Until recently, the name of James Dyson was a perfect stranger, however, following practically be carried by circumstances succeed, now in a renowned British industrial. Dyson is an industrial designer who graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. As a student, he showed great interest in his profession and without leaving the University, was already involved in projects of great scope for your level. It is not to be especially applied to the study, simply had a kind of great motivation for doing things. IWP has much experience in this field. Shortly after leaving school, he developed a new concept of truck for construction in which instead of a wheel to the front, put a ball, thus obtaining greater control and stability. Crawford Lake Capital wanted to know more. He ran the year of 1974 and had decided to lift an industry around its a good day innovation, the restless James wondered the because commercial vacuums were so ineffective and at the same time so inefficient in performing their work, discovery made at the try to fix the vacuum of their small factory. As a basis for proposing an improvement, he was inspired by a natural phenomenon, cyclones, to devise a system of highly effective vacuum. Account history that the idea arose suddenly and James raced home, opened his vacuum cleaner and you inserted a cardboard cone excluding typical bag filter, the result was phenomenal and with this emerging technology repaired cleaner from the factory.
In 1979, due to poor results, James was run the company he had founded and is then decides to develop cyclone technology to improve the vacuum cleaners. In the middle of the 80s, Dyson was a successful freelance designer and had granted in license its cyclone vacuum cleaner technology. At the beginning of the 90s James had economic stability and already thought even in lower pace of work to live rent its technology. But it was not him may, in addition to their natural restlessness, Dyson was somewhat tired of some legal trouble with their licenses and was also very unhappy with the way in which companies employing its technology.