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  • Title: James Dyson Award | Jamesdysonaward.com
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to content.. INFORMATION: /STRONG>">.. James Dyson Foundation cookies policy.. You are not logged in.. Click here to login.. Choose language:.. Deutsch.. English.. Español.. Français.. Italiano.. Nederlands.. Русский.. 日本語.. Home.. About the award.. Projects.. Registration.. Login.. Partners.. PROBLEM SOLVERS WANTED.. This year's winner was Dan Watson with his invention,.. SafetyNet.. Dan received £10,000 and a further £10,000 was given to his university department.. James Dyson said: "SafetyNet is an elegant solution to the real global problem of overfishing.. Congratulations to Dan and to his university".. You can  ...   14th 2013.. Keep up to date by following the James Dyson Foundation on.. Facebook.. or.. Twitter.. View Projects.. NEWS.. Keep up-to-date with all things James Dyson Award.. Register for our email newsletter or find us on.. The 2012 winner has been announced.. This year's competition will open on 14th March 2013.. WE'RE WORKING WITH.. Click here.. to see a list of all our partners or.. install the latest version of Abobe Flash.. to see the logos.. 2012 James Dyson Foundation.. |.. Contact Us.. FAQ.. Competition Terms and Conditions.. Privacy..

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  • Title: James Dyson Award | Jamesdysonaward.com
    Descriptive info: About the award.. The James Dyson Award is an international student design award running in 18 countries.. It’s run by the James Dyson Foundation, James Dyson’s charitable trust, as part of its mission to encourage the next generation of design engineers to be creative, challenge and invent.. THE BRIEF.. "Design something that solves a problem".. THE PRIZE.. International Winner:.. - £10,000 the student or student team (of up to four members).. - £10,000 for their university department.. - James Dyson Award trophy and Certificate.. Two International Runners-up:.. - £2,000 each.. - James Dyson Award Certificate.. Fifteen International Finalists:.. National Winners:.. - £1,000 each.. Up to nine National Finalists from each country:.. WHO CAN ENTER?.. The James Dyson Award is open to product design, industrial design and engineering university level students (or graduates within 4 years of graduation) who have studied in the following countries:.. Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, UK.. and.. USA.. See the Terms and Conditions for full entry criteria..  ...   journalists pick 15 international finalists.. Informed by the international judges, James Dyson will name the winner and two runners-up.. For more information on the judges.. click here.. WHY ENTER THE AWARD?.. The James Dyson Award supports students not only with monetary prizes but also by promoting and recognizing good quality entries.. “Winning the James Dyson Award means I can develop and test the Airdrop system.. The extensive publicity for my design has also opened a lot of doors for me.. Airdrop has the potential to help farmers around the world and I’m up for the challenge of rolling it out.. ”.. - Edward Linacre, winner of the James Dyson Award 2011.. Edward designed 'Airdrop’, an irrigation system that extracts water from thin air and then delivers it directly to plant roots.. KEY DATES.. Entries Open.. Thursday 2nd February 2012.. Entries Close.. Thursday 2nd August 2012.. National winners and finalists announced.. Thursday 30th August 2012.. Dyson engineers shortlist announced.. Thursday 20th September 2012.. International finalists announced.. Thursday 18th October 2012.. Winner announced.. Thursday 8th November 2012..

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  • Title: James Dyson Award | Jamesdysonaward.com
    Descriptive info: The winner of the James Dyson Award 2011 is Airdrop, receiving £10,000 and £10,000 for their university department.. You can view the winning entry and two runners-up below or use the drop-down menu to select shortlists by judging stage and country.. The James Dyson Award 2012 dates will be announced soon.. Please choose the competition year.. Active.. 2010.. 2011.. 2013.. Shortlist.. All Entries.. Regional Judging.. Dyson Engineers' semi-finalists.. International Judges' finalists.. James Dyson's runners-up and winner.. Please choose your region.. Global.. Australia.. Austria.. Belgium..  ...   Project list:.. Items per page:.. 10.. 20.. 30.. 40.. 50.. Show All.. Name.. Function.. Image.. Share this project.. A-Z.. Z-A.. Highest 1st.. Lowest 1st.. The BETH Project.. The BETH Project’s prosthetic socket is designed to be adjustable, robust and affordable.. This is ac.. SafetyNet - Escape Rings.. The goal of the SafetyNet system is to make commercial fishing more sustainable by significantly dec.. Revival Vest.. This is a design project based around a self-inflated life jacket which is triggered to inflate by c.. 1..

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    Descriptive info: Registration | Jamesdysonaward.. com.. WHY REGISTER?.. Enter the James Dyson Award.. Upload and submit your product as part of the Award.. Entries will close on 2nd August 2012.. Keep up to date and register to receive James Dyson Award news by email.. You can unsubscribe at any time.. We’re now on.. Join us and hear the latest updates.. WHY DO WE NEED YOUR DETAILS?.. Your details will be used by the James Dyson Foundation for administration purposes only and will not be shared with any other organisation.. All fields are mandatory.. First and last name.. First name.. Last name.. Date Of Birth.. 01.. 02.. 03.. 04.. 05.. 06.. 07.. 08.. 09.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25..  ...   1953.. 1954.. 1955.. 1956.. 1957.. 1958.. 1959.. 1960.. 1961.. 1962.. 1963.. 1964.. 1965.. 1966.. 1967.. 1968.. 1969.. 1970.. 1971.. 1972.. 1973.. 1974.. 1975.. 1976.. 1977.. 1978.. 1979.. 1980.. 1981.. 1982.. 1983.. 1984.. 1985.. 1986.. 1987.. 1988.. 1989.. 1990.. 1991.. 1992.. 1993.. 1994.. 1995.. 1996.. 1997.. 1998.. 1999.. 2000.. 2001.. Email and password.. Email address.. Re-type Email Address.. Password (max.. 15 chars).. Re-type password.. Region.. Region.. Please tell us where you heard about the James Dyson Award.. Please indicate why you are registering.. Please indicate why you are registering.. I would like to receive James Dyson Award news.. I would like to submit my project for the James Dyson Award (only possible when Award is open for entries).. I have read and understood the.. Terms Conditions..

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    Descriptive info: Partners.. Standard Australia.. Die Angewandte.. Vienna Design Week.. Denmark.. Danske Designere.. ARKITEKTFORBUNDET.. Strate Collège Designers.. École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs.. École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts appliqués et des Métiers d'Art - Olivier de Serres.. École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle.. École Supérieure d'Art et de Design.. École de création Management.. Universitéde Technologie de Compiègne.. Les Arts Décoratifs - École Camondo.. ISD Valenciennes.. Ecole Supérieure Art et Design Saint Etienne.. British Council.. German Design Council.. Verband Deutscher Industrie Designer.. International.. Wordbank.. The  ...   New Zealand.. Farry.. Co Law.. Russia.. Stankin University.. Nizhegorodskiy State.. The British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow).. Techsovet Magazine.. Kazan24.. Gaudeamus.. Singapore.. DesignSingapore Council.. ELISAVA Escola Superior de Disseny i Enginyeria de Barcelona.. Swiss Design Association.. United Kingdom.. Brunel University.. Glasgow School of Art.. London South Bank University.. Bournemouth University.. Royal College of Art.. United States of America.. Industrial Design Society of America.. We would like to thank our partners around the world for supporting the James Dyson Award..

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    Descriptive info: View entries.. Selected region: U.. Back to list.. Share this project.. Share.. Project details.. SafetyNet - Escape Rings.. Description.. The goal of the SafetyNet system is to make commercial fishing more sustainable by significantly decreasing the numbers of non-target and juvenile fish caught during the trawling process.. Escape Ring devices form a part of this system, and are currently the focus of the development work.. The rings tackle the problem of holes in a net closing up during trawling when under tension.. Many small fish are unable to escape, or are severely injured in the process.. Escape Rings hold the meshes open, and a simple light ring acts as an emergency exit sign.. The lights make the rings more visible and also stimulate fish escape reactions, guiding them out.. All electronic devices are powered by a tested on-board energy harvesting system, meaning that once fishermen fit the devices to their nets they never have to think about them again.. When trawls reach the end of their working life, the Escape Rings can be removed and fitted to the new one.. The Rings are available in a range of sizes.. Inspiration.. While completing a Masters of Engineering degree in Glasgow, Scotland, I chose to work on this for  ...   and it made sense to work on a local problem where I could experience, and hopefully find some empathy with, the industry.. The project turned into a personal interest and the development continued past the end of my degree and has now turned into a start-up business.. Development.. Several working prototypes have been created - both battery powered and energy harvesting - and the rings will soon be trialled in conjunction with a UK government body.. Particular attention has been paid to finding materials and processes that can; -Withstand the rough nature of the fishing industry and chemical attack of a marine environment.. -Keep manufacturing cost and complexity to a minimum, making them affordable for fishermen.. Strength, performance at 25 atmospheres pressure and different methods of power generation have all been subject to rigorous testing and iteration.. Rings weigh under 100g, are 20mm thick, and able to stand compression from a full trawl under towing conditions.. Fishermen have been consulted at every stage from inception to prototype, and their feedback has helped make the Escape Rings what they are in terms of usability and fitness for purpose.. The goal has always been to create a product that would actually be used and their support has helped immensely.. Images..

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    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. If you've got a question about the James Dyson Award, have a look at our.. Frequently Asked Questions page.. If we still haven’t answered your question, you can use this form or contact us directly:.. James Dyson Foundation.. Tetbury Hill.. Malmesbury.. SN16 0RP.. +44 (0)1666 828001.. jamesdysonaward@dyson.. com.. If you would like to contact your local James Dyson Award representative in one of the 18 participating countries, please fill in the form below.. Alternatively, click.. to download their contact details.. Name.. Message..

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    Descriptive info: Frequently asked questions.. ENTERING THE AWARD.. Q) Why should I enter the James Dyson Award?.. A) Many reasons! You could be in with the chance of winning either in your country or internationally.. There's also the prestige: the Award will celebrate and publicise your work on a global platform.. Your project will have its own display page on the James Dyson Award website – a place that you can direct friends, family and even prospective employers.. Q) Who can enter the James Dyson Award?.. A) Entrants must be, or have been within the last four years, undergraduate / bachelor or postgraduate engineering or design students for at least one semester at an institution in a country chosen to participate in the JDA and are required to provide evidence as requested by the JDF.. In case of team entries, at least one team member must fulfil the above eligibility criteria for the team to be able to participate in the James Dyson Award.. All other team members must be currently university level students or have graduated within the last 4 years at an institution in a country chosen to participate in the JDA, but may be (or have been) students of other disciplines.. They will also be required to provide evidence proving their student or alumni status:.. a.. A copy of a signed letter from your tutor or lecturer stating you attend(ed) a particular course within a particular university.. b.. Your degree certificate.. c.. A letter from the University to you confirming your place and degree title.. If in doubt of your eligibility – get in touch at.. Q) I’m a mature student.. Can I enter the James Dyson Award?.. A) Yes, as long as you meet the eligibility criteria above.. Q) Why is my country not participating in the James Dyson Award?.. A) The Award is still relatively new but it is already running in 18 countries where we have suitable means to support it.. If the Award is extended to more countries, it will be mentioned in future competition’s Terms and conditions.. Q) I studied jewellery/graphic/fashion/etc design – can I enter?.. A) Sorry, the award is only open to university level students studying in the fields of product design, industrial design and engineering.. Q) What countries are participating in the James Dyson Award?.. A) Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, UK, and USA.. Q) Can I enter as part of a team?.. A) Yes, team projects are judged in the same way as individual projects.. Should a team win, the prize money is split between the team members.. Q) Can I only enter one project – or can I submit all my best designs?.. A) You can enter as many designs as you like.. The winning project is judged on the basis of merit, regardless of the designer.. Q) I'm French, but studied and developed my project at a university in.. Which country does my entry get allocated to?.. A) The James Dyson Award is about celebrating young designers, but equally it's about rewarding the educators who invested in you to help you get to where you have.. That's why we’re offering an equal prize to the university department that inspired and encouraged the work.. So your entry would be tagged to.. , not.. Q) I haven't made a prototype of my product – does that mean I can't enter?.. A) No.. We understand that it’s unfeasible to expect every great design idea to be prototyped at university easily.. But having evidence of a working prototype (in images and video) will greatly help your chances – the judges will have abetter idea of how (and if) it works.. Q) What do I have to submit to have the chance of winning the James Dyson Award?.. A) You will need:.. ·.. Three paragraphs in both English and your mother tongue if different, covering the function, inspiration and development of your product.. Up to 10 images showing the development process of your design: early sketches, rudimentary prototypes, detailed CAD renderings (optional), and the finished product on a white background (up to 3 Mb each).. A video (uploaded via YouTube) showing your development journey and ideally a prototype in action.. This is strongly recommended, but not mandatory.. Proof of eligibility.. See above for further details.. Q) What are you looking for in a good entry?.. A) We're looking for ideas that:.. demonstrate a significant and practical purpose, offering real benefits to the end user.. 2.. are viable; incorporate clever yet simple engineering principles that make an invention work.. 3.. are ideally working prototypes or have been tested using crude  ...   A) Entries will be reviewed through a number of stages:.. Stage 1: A panel of design and engineering professors and professionals in each of the 18 participating countries.. Stage 2: A panel of Dyson design engineers.. Stage 3: Finally, an international judging panel, comprising high profile designers and engineers, academics and journalists.. James Dyson will choose the final winner, informed by the international judges.. Q) How many winners will there be, and what's the prize?.. There will be one International Winner, and one National Winner in each country participating in the James Dyson Award.. The prizes the Winners and Finalists will receive include -.. - £10,000 for the student or student team.. - £10,000 for the student’s university department.. - James Dyson Award trophy and certificate.. - James Dyson Award certificate.. Twelve International Finalists:.. National winners:.. Q) Will there be an award ceremony?.. A) Due to the international nature of the James Dyson Award, we don’t plan to hold an award ceremony.. However, we will be still be announcing the winner of the James Dyson Award to the international press.. Q) Who's on the international judging panel?.. A) We'll announce the international judging panel on the news section nearer to the time of judging.. THE JAMES DYSON FOUNDATION AND DYSON.. Q) What is the James Dyson Foundation?.. A) We're a registered charity dedicated to encouraging more young people into design engineering.. To find out more visit.. www.. jamesdysonfoundation.. Q) What's the relationship between the James Dyson Award and Dyson?.. A) The James Dyson Award is administered and run by the James Dyson Foundation, which has the mission of encouraging young people to fulfil their potential to become designers or engineers.. There is a clear distinction between the goals of James Dyson Foundation, a philanthropic entity, and Dyson the commercial business.. There is also an obvious relationship - the James Dyson Foundation is funded through Dyson profit; it benefits from having James Dyson acting as the chair of the board of trustees and it is able to tap into resources that Dyson can offer, for example its engineers who volunteer to assist with the educational work of the James Dyson Foundation.. Q) Will Dyson profit from my ideas?.. As stated in the terms and conditions, you will retain the rights to any intellectual property surrounding your idea.. The aim of the James Dyson Award, run through Dyson’s charity the James Dyson Foundation, is to give young design engineers the helping hand they need to showcase their ideas on a global stage and get exposure which will enable them to make contacts and push their work forward.. Dyson will not take on your idea.. Q) Will I get a job at Dyson if I win?.. A) The James Dyson Award is funded by the James Dyson Foundation – a charity.. The intention is to encourage more young people into design engineering, not to recruit for Dyson the company.. That said, the Award raises the profile of participating young design engineers and there are a number of past entrants who have subsequently applied for jobs at Dyson and still work there happily today.. If you are interested in working for Dyson, please visit.. careers.. dyson.. Q) Can the Dyson team visit my university?.. A) Each year the James Dyson Foundation organises a number design engineering lectures and workshops in schools and universities around the world.. We plan these events up to a year in advance and while we would always like to do more, we are a small team.. Instead, we offer a number of free educational resources, please visit www.. Q) What happened to the Dyson Design Award in my country?.. A) The James Dyson Award now sits under the James Dyson Foundation, Dyson’s charitable arm, and we’ve got ambitions to grow the award, year on year.. That’s why we’ve moved from separate awards to one international award.. The changes make the award consistent and fair as students in every country are working to the same brief and entries will be judged purely on their merit.. The new James Dyson Award is also more wide reaching thanks to the scope of the website.. And there’s a bigger prize and more global recognition in store for the winner.. THE WEBSITE.. Q) Why can’t I read entries in my own language?.. A) When a student enters a project, they are asked to submit their written content in both English and their mother tongue.. This is so our international judging panel will be able to understand the submission, and judge it accordingly.. If your own language isn’t the same as the competitor’s, you’ll be able to see their content in the default language - English..

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