Nui Wang, fresh out of the University, joined PBR Automotive in 1981 and spent a couple of weeks studying the conventional brake systems. Discovering the flaws in the previous systems, he set out to work on a brake that did things right.
His redesigned brake allowed the brake caliper to be support and guided by he brake pads, an ingenious and significant change. His next design, a simplified brake with much less parts that the conventional one once again was a successful change.
Still not satisfied with his designs, Nui completely revolutionalized the brake with the "Banksia". The Banksia with its simple design and excellent reliability and performance, completely changed the automobile industry. The Banksia was lighter, less costly to manufacture and more reliable than conventional brakes
The humble Nui states, "My philosophy is that quality is in inverse proportion to the parts count - lower parts count, higher quality because there are less variable to control". Obviously, this engineering genius's "less is best" theory works well.