How did you get here? More precisely, how exactly did you arrive at this specific article? Chances are you were wondering about IoT devices, which led you to Google, which brought you here — to Enginuity!
We can’t all be experts in everything, but we’re all experts in one thing: our own ideas. But where and how does something as small and abstract as an idea evolve into something bigger? Something real?
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.
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?”
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.
Enginuity is leading the charge in developing and deploying rapid and responsive solutions to the COVID-19 healthcare challenges.
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.
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!
Here is a recent article by Entrevestor that acknowledges Enginuity as we showcased our new facility and some of our partnerships during our Open House in November 2019. We have great plans for growth and additional robotics work in the upcoming years by growing our clientele, adding more employees, and production. Our facility allows for a place to work with clients where they can be included in engineering team decisions and further understand our engineering design process.
Halifax-based design engineering firm provides creative and practical solutions to unique problems. Ben Garvey grew up sailing the high sea, crossing the Atlantic on a number of occasions in his sailboat. A mechanical engineer by trade, Garvey was inspired by his sea voyages and success in navigating naval challenges to establish Enginuity Inc. in 2003, a Halifax-based engineering design firm. Garvey wanted to build a company that could provide innovative and practical solutions to unique problems.
Aethera’s New RF Power Processing Unit for the VASIMR® Engine Completes Full Power Acceptance Tests at Ad Astra Rocket Company’s Texas Facility.