automation will 'improve our lives', says dyson founder - electric air purifier
Sir JamesDysonhas said automation should not be feared as he announced plans to increase R & D spending to £ 8 per week in 2018, which will "improve our lives ".
Billionaire founder ofdysonsay said it will boost employment rather than replace the worker's job as skilled engineers and it experts are required to develop new technologies behind robots and automation.
"I do understand this concern, but my own view is that it will only increase employment," he said.
"His comments were made when the group pledged to invest £ 8 a week in R & D investments (R&D)
In 2018, the company made a record 2017 profit due to strong demand in Asia.
Potential revenue has increased by 801 to pounds and revenue has increased.
5bn, where growth comes from Asia.
The group said that the growth rate of the European continent was 21, and the growth rate of the United Kingdom and the Americas was similar to 19.
Sir James says automatic products are a huge boost for the group, especially air purifiers in Asia.
Dysonhas also promised to spend 2. 5bn on long-
The word "technology", one of which is designated for use in its new electric vehicle project.
The group revealed last year that it is working on an electric vehicle to be launched in 2020.
Half of this investment will go directly to the development of the car and the remaining £ 1 will go to battery technology.
The group has 400-
A strong team of cars will enter a new state this yearof-the-
The art building at Hullavington airport, which covers an area of 750 acres, will become Dyson's second research and development campus in the UK.
Dysonis is currently recruiting 300 employees for the automotive team.
Last year's disclosure of its electric vehicle plan took place in a dispute with former ceo Max Conze over alleged disclosure of confidential information.
Konze and Desong strongly denied the charges when they settled out of court on December.
Mr. Kanzer works for vacuum cleaners and hair dryers
Before being replaced by chief operating officer Jim Rowan in October, he had been a manufacturer for six years.
Sir James says the group has now "moved forward" from this legendary event.
"We have a very good engineer CEO and we are in a very good state," he said . ".
He also said that the group employs 4,450 engineers and scientists, half of them based in the UK, and is continuing efforts to increase female engineers across the company, more broadly in the UK.
More than 1/4, accounting for 28, students in their private
Sir James said that the university funded by Malmsbury, Wiltshire is female, but there is more work to be done to increase the number of companies and senior female engineers.
"We have a very good representative (by women)
But it's not as good as we should . "
While it is the group's "mission" to increase the number of female engineers, he said, "Society is a problem because it does not encourage girls to work in engineering and we will do what we can, but society must do what we can. "
The group has not yet announced its gender pay gap by the April deadline, and on last September, the university enrolled 33 undergraduate students at its launch, hoping to increase the number of recruits to 50 this year.