Here’s EVERYTHING you’ve always wanted to know about outsourcing your engineering services, but were too afraid to ask: When should you do it? What are the risks? How do you select the right partner? We discuss all these and more.
When Shivani Dhamija successfully pivoted and expanded her business in 2020, it was harder to keep up with the demand for their products more than ever. After all, they not only successfully released their product line to retail stores all over Canada, but they were also able to begin expansion to the United States. They were then looking to increase their production without significantly increasing costs – and so they asked for Enginuity’s help.
“We’re looking forward to using this technology so we can go to our customers and say, ‘here’s our strategy, and we’re going to give you an option that’s grounded in reality. Not grounded in maybe’s, nor guess-timates.” To serve you better, we’re collaborating with SDMM to bring Digital Twins and Reality Capture technology to our Discovery Process. How does this help you? Find out more.
Continuous Monitoring Systems collect predictive maintenance-style data in order to detect possible problems in machine and installations. But what exactly are the advantages of one? Most of all, do you need it?
Enginuity’s story began the same way that Atlantic Canada has developed into becoming a region with world-class ocean capabilities – with Ben Garvey, Founder and President, growing up on and around boats. From those first projects working on towed sonar arrays, winches and launch and retrieval systems, to today where we are putting robots on boats and designing in-ocean communications devices, we’ve always had an affinity for designing for the Marine Environment.
“I think there’s nothing we can’t do. If you give us time and budget, we have the people to really dig into any problem and figure it out. It’s a very talented group, and we have a very broad skill set. I really, firmly believe that not even the sky is the limit – I think we could probably design a rocket and shoot it off to space. As long as it’s physically possible, we’ll find a design that works.”
User experience (UX) design has become quite prevalent in the world of product development. Despite its recent popularity there is still much confusion as to what it actually is. So, where is all the confusion coming from? And where does it actually fall among the many terms attempting to define specific design fields? Better yet, how does UX design work within engineering?
Introducing marine connectors that will make launch and retrieval for marine assets faster, safer, and more discreet: SEA-Lift and SEA-Snap.
The SEA-Lift is a rapidly deployed, high-load dynamic lifting connector, while the SEA-Snap is a single-handed, high-load refined marine carabiner for offshore use, both designed for harsh marine environments.
Whether you’re installing a pre-lay for a MODU, a new spread for an offloading system, installing a tidal turbine, or exploring offshore wind, SEA-Stab from Enginuity offers simple, cost-effective, and rapid connection — one that connects in seconds and stays for life.
No matter the complexity of an engineering project, ultimately people are going to use it. Thinking about carrying, gripping, pushing buttons, reading screens; this is where Industrial Design hits Enginuity’s Design Control Process.