Dyson invests £200m into a UK driverless vehicle campus
Appliance giant Dyson is looking to venture outside the household by investing £200m into building a UK driverless vehicle campus.
The company will be redeveloping a Wiltshire airfield for its research purposes, offering plenty of space for testing driverless vehicles.
Several old World War Two-era air hangars will now be used for engineering work, housing up to 2,000 new employees at a site where Mosquitoes, Spitfires, and Lancaster bombers were once housed.
Jim Rowan, Dyson Chief Executive, comments: