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Cyclone V SOC FPGA Design: Lessons Learned

By Ken Wells | Apr 4, 2016

Cyclone V Lessons From an Angry Moose In 2013, Nuvation designed and built a mechatronic version of the popular mobile game Angry Birds. Keeping with our company’s Canadian heritage, we dubb...

Nuvation Auto-Pilot in Peterbilt Truck

By Edward Ayrapetian | Apr 1, 2016

Over the past several years autonomous vehicle technology has been undergoing significant advancements. With commercial applications becoming increasingly more viable, most automotive manufacturers ha...

Autonomous Design for DiscoFish

By Lindsay Farlow | Aug 27, 2015

This year at Burning Man DiscoFish will be showing off some impressive autonomous capabilities. That’s right, the Fish will be able to drive itself. In addition to being really cool, the autonomous ...

Keggy the Autonomous Beer Keg

By Michael Worry | Aug 27, 2015

Nuvation is building an autonomous beer serving kegerator robot, because we like having great conversations at parties without the constant interruption of going to get a refill. When this after-hours...

"Autobox" Hardware Testing Tool

By Daniel Steger | Apr 8, 2015

Have you ever needed to power cycle your hardware remotely? Have you ever wanted to read several different voltage levels remotely? Do you want the ability to remotely control AC outlets? How about to...

Discofish Meets Paparazzi at Burning Man 2014

By Joseph Xavier | Sep 14, 2014

It look like the tech paparazzi got a snap of Discofish, Nuvation’s ever evolving autonomous vehicle experiment, at Burning Man 2014, and an honorable mention in Techcrunch. Well, to be fair, they c...