Important projects have been planned by Dyson, that announced the intention of spending a total of 2.35 billion dollar across a UK tech campus, expansion of its manufacturing efforts, investment in British universities to foster talent, and 1.56 billion dollar in new specific tech development projects. The society will invest very much on new products and product categories: vacuums, fans, heaters, hand dryers, robots and more. According with a company press release, the British company wants to roll out no fewer than 100 new products, across four new tech portfolios over just the next four years. Dyson also announced its entry into the humidifier market, with a device that simultaneously filters bacteria out of the air while it works. In past interviews, founder and CEO James Dyson has hinted that the company might be interested in applying the work it has done in battery tech to other areas, too, and continuing to advance the field of domestic robotics.