Dyson case studies
See how other businesses are benefiting from Dyson technology.
Multiple Dyson Technologies
From light levels to air quality, appliances to washroom hygiene, every detail affects the guest experience – and technology can help or hinder this. Four Dyson technologies are improving Rosewood London – a multi-award-winning hotel in the heart of Holborn.
Queen Mary University
From light levels to hygiene, every detail can affect students' wellbeing, ability to concentrate and overall study experience. In schools, colleges and universities, it's important to create an environment where students can thrive.
The D9 research building is among the latest additions to Dyson's 56-acre campus headquarters in Malmesbury, England. It's where we develop our most confidential projects, like motors, energy storage and robotics.
Queen Mary University of London
Cu-Beam™ lighting has helped improve study environments where ambient lighting is often complemented by desk lamps.
Dyson D9 Research building
For the intricate research, design and development work in D9, conventional lighting was unfit for purpose.
Uniform Wares is a premium watch brand founded in London, 2009, by Patrick Bek and Oliver Fowles. They place emphasis on sophistication, minimalism and contemporary design.
When Crider began new construction and rehab projects at its facility, it decided to find technology that offered a more hygienic, safe and fast experience.
Boston University aimed to improve hand drying in existing campus buildings, renovations and new construction, to reduce energy consumption and decrease waste.
White Horse Inn
The White Horse Inn moved to greener, cleaner washrooms by eliminating the expensive, time-consuming burden of paper towels and hazardous, unhygienic traditional hand dryers.
With more than 1.5 million spectators visiting Soldier Field annually, cleaning up discarded paper towels and constant dispenser restocking was placing washrooms under considerable strain.
Paper towels were creating a mess on the floor, as well as plumbing issues when they were flushed. So Cattlemen's needed a solution that wouldn’t detract from the guest experience and the Old West character.
The aquarium launched an ambitious sustainability plan which included installing hand dryers to reduce waste. But they had to be quiet, so they didn't disturb visitors during events.
The Fox Theatre sought to reduce the environmental impact of hand towels and inefficient dryers, as well as speeding up restroom times during short intermissions.