A connected, healthy home
In support of a healthier home that is easier to navigate for owners, Dyson smart purifiers and humidifiers, as well as robotic vacuums, now work with Hey Google, Amazon Alexa and Siri.
A connected Dyson ecosystem
You can now connect your Dyson Link app to your voice assistant, allowing you to ask your Dyson machines to clean and purify your home through voice control.
You can now ask your Dyson machines to:
Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum:
- "Start vacuuming"
- "Stop the vacuum"
- "Return the vacuum to dock"
Dyson smart purifiers and humidifiers:
- "Turn the living room purifier on"
- "Set living room fan speed to 4"
- "Turn on auto mode"
- "Turn on night mode in the bedroom"
- "Turn on oscillation mode"
- "Set oscillation mode to normal"
- "Turn on diffuse mode"
- "Set airflow to rear"
- "Turn on humidity mode"
- "Set the humidity to 50%"
- "Turn on auto humidify mode"
- "Turn on breeze mode"
Youu can now use your smart purifier and humidifier to help control your indoor environment, hands free. Dyson purifiers and purifier humidifiers capture 99.95% of pollutants from the air, including gases and allergens. With voice control, you can now schedule times for your machine to turn on and set the power mode. Users can also receive updates on the remaining filter life and view real-time reports on indoor air quality through the Dyson Link app, particularly important as we continue to spend more time in our homes.
Owners can now take even more advantage of Dyson’s latest autonomous cleaner, the Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum. Without lifting a finger, owners can instruct the machine to map specific areas of their home, clean with 20% more suction power and change the power mode in use in different areas of their home.
The future of cleaning
As certain parts of the world continue to experience quarantine restrictions, our homes have never been so important to us. As they have become places of work, rest and play, even the way in which we interact with our homes has changed. In fact, research shows that use of voice interfaces has grown by more than 9 percent since 2019, and globally the number of homes with at least one smart home device increased by a third over the past year.
With time spent doing household chores on the up during lockdown, the impact of connected technology on keeping our homes healthier in less time seems to be the way of the future. Find out more about Dyson connected machines and how you can integrate them into your home below.
Vacuum your home, sitting down. Owners can now take even more advantage of our latest autonomous cleaner, the Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum.
Dyson Link app, wherever you are. When away from home, owners can still use the Dyson Link app to schedule and monitor cleans, as well as control purifiers and fans remotely.
 Filter efficiency tested at 0.1 microns (EN1822).
 Gas capture rates vary.
 Statista (2020) Number of Smart Home forecast worldwide from 2017 to 2025. Available at: https://www.statista.com/forecasts/887613/number-of-smart-homes-in-the-smart-home-market-worldwide
 Office for National Statistics (2020) Coronavirus and how people spent their time under lockdown: 28 March to 26 April 2020. Available at: https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/nationalaccounts/satelliteaccounts/bulletins/coronavirusandhowpeoplespenttheirtimeunderrestrictions/28marchto26april2020
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