Through online collaboration, Enginuity and Jackpot Digital were able to create a new casino gaming product that will revolutionize modern gaming in a post-pandemic world.
How the Titanic Tragedy in 1912 Has Shaped Our Enginuity Design Process in 2022
Bluedrop’s Hoist Mission Training System (HMTS) is a fully immersive virtual reality device that is used to train search and rescue personnel for various hoisting operations. The full-scale HMTS can simulate high cable tensions that mimic those usually applied when hoisting people or objects onto a helicopter. However, as an industrial training tool, a full-scale HMTS can weigh up to 8000 lbs. and is not designed for portable use. Seeing a need for a more portable trainer to demonstrate at tradeshows and to deploy at forward operations bases, Bluedrop wanted to design a system that could fit on a double (4’ x 8’) pallet and be easily and quickly assembled. Bluedrop asked the Enginuity team to scale down the original design to allow for rapid installation and tear-down. Learn more about this process.
How outsourcing engineering to Enginuity helped Geospectrum Technologies exceed its growth and innovation goals
When GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc. (GTI) went looking for an engineering partner last February, they wanted more than talent — they wanted a company with similar values. Outsourcing their engineering to Enginuity has helped them exceed their growth and innovation goals. Learn more about this strategic partnership.
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.
Aethera Technologies sought out the help of Enginuity’s Mechanical Engineering and Design team in order to assist with the design one of the key components of Ad Astra Rocket Company‘s electric rocket system (VASIMR), the Ion Cyclotron Heater RF Processing Unit. We were able to come up with a highly optimized design for this Power Processing Unit (PPU) that met the tight restrictions required for space propulsion – at 98% energy efficiency.
Ocean Pride Fisheries in Lower Wedgeport, NS has the largest vertically integrated sea cucumber operation in North America. With the help of Enginuity’s Industry 4.0 team, they were able to streamline their dried sea cucumber grading process, allowing them to standardize the quality of their output while optimizing their labor resources and throughput.
Enginuity is helping Nova Scotia Start-Up Prosaris in developing their ultrasonic leak detector, the OL1, from early prototyping up to the final manufacturing stages. Together, we were able to develop a product that can detect and direct users towards the smallest of air and gas leaks, that can help both the bottom-line and the environment.
IMO Foods in Yarmouth, NS has streamlined the packaging process of their popular Kersen Canned Fish, using Enginuity’s Robotics & Automation Team, capturing all that is Industry 4.0.
IMO can now double their production length to meet market demand.
James Wylde from Greenlight Analytical has a background in detection for security applications and has always been passionate about accurate practices to ensure safety compliance. His prototyping idea stemmed from working with the Frito Lay chip company to find out what chips actually smell or taste like (consistently across various manufacturing facilities) and how the chemicals in the baking process affect these things.