Engineering Design Firm Blog Articles

How can I innovate my way out of this mess?

My phone is ringing off the hook these days, and everybody's pretty much asking the same question: "I want to get back to making my widgets/designing my product etc., but it's got to be a bit different. Can you help?"

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"I have an idea..." Getting your Brainwave from Hair-brained Scheme to Functioning Prototype

The process of building a prototype is highly creative, often imaginative, and usually pretty iterative. It’s all about moving from a half-baked idea to something you can hold in your hand.

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How Engineering Innovation Helps in Times of Crisis

Did you know that door handles are among the most germ-infested objects in houses, hospitals, workplaces, and public buildings? Several engineered products have surfaced to help reduce virus transmission.

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Contract Win - Bluedrop Simulation and Training

Enginuity Inc is pleased to announce a new client relationship with Bluedrop Training and Simulation. Enginuity will be designing the physical components of a new helicopter simulation trainer, designed to reduce the cost and time required to train aircrew.

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ACOA Boosts Enginuity design

ACOA recently showed support for EnginuityMED and their FIVA, Fluid IV Alert. Designed in collaboration with Dr Orlando Hung of the Victoria General Hospital in Halifax, Enginuity engineered the product from concept to first sale in 9 months.

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Who thinks of snow in the height of summer?

Trecan Combustion (Hubley, NS) are the world leader in mobile and permanently installed industrial snowmelters. Their patented designs have been in use in more than a hundred airports, shopping malls, parking lots and other industrial facilities North of 40 degrees for more than 35 years.

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EnginuityMED - New baby - Idea to first sale in nine months

Enginuity are rightly proud of the spin off EnginuityMED that we incorporated in January this year. When we sat down with Dr Orlando Hung in July last year we had no idea of the road ahead, but knew something interesting was about to happen.

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