Breast cancer deeply impacts not only the patients but also their loved ones, caregivers, and so many more. Having a strong support system who truly knows firsthand what you’re thinking/feeling is empowering and essential to a survivor’s recovery process on a physical, mental, and emotional level. For this reason, we have donated 24 non-slip dragon boat seats to Bosom Buddies so they can paddle over Lake Banook with comfort!
In 2021, we pushed the limits of a challenging year. Let’s look back on our achievements, clients, and projects; and let’s look forward to 2022.
Enginuity spin off, SNAP Innovations Inc.of Halifax, Nova Scotia is delighted to announce a contract award from Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) on behalf of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). SEA-Snap and TALON connectors will be distributed across multiple RCN testing locations on both Canadian coasts, including with Naval Fleet School dive teams.
“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.
Thank you so much to the Halifax Chamber of Commerce for recognizing Enginuity as one of the finalists for Innovative Business of the Year for Halifax Business Awards 2021!
What a year. Let’s recap a challenging year filled with innovation, featuring our achievements, clients, and some of our plans for 2021.
Enginuity’s electronics prototyping capability is growing! The addition of a new PCB milling machine to our electronics lab means we can design and build prototypes (or do small production runs) of newly designed PCBs — printed circuit boards — in-house.
Enginuity’s new flume tank opens doors for underwater technology testing to drive innovation during shutdown.
When COVID-19 restrictions meant the local testing tanks at Dalhousie University and Memorial University were off-limits, Enginuity solved this dilemma in our own inimitable style by building a brand-new flume tank in the loading dock of our Halifax facility.
Enginuity is leading the charge in developing and deploying rapid and responsive solutions to the COVID-19 healthcare challenges.
Doug Jones coordinates Ignite, an innovation hub expanding from Yarmouth in central Nova Scotia, to Stellarton in northern Nova Scotia. Ignite’s Mission is to help entrepreneurs grow their companies and their economic impact and their goal is to provide physical space and support for these local entrepreneurs. Their locations provide the tools they need for their businesses, and are they supplied with basic prototyping, video equipment, drones, and more. We’d like to congratulate Doug on Ignite’s new facilities and Enginuity appreciates the opportunity to be one of their Corporate Partners!