Purigen Case Study

Simulating Embedded Devices
Simulations are widely used to study and come up with solutions to possible problems that could occur in certain systems. If a simulation accurately models an embedded device, it can effectively be used to masquerade in place of the embedded device itself.
When Freescale Semiconductor asked for our help building a marketing demo, we never imagined what the outcome would be. We expected it to be a tough project, having only nine short weeks to form a concept and build the system.
Ever wonder what’s involved in sending a rocket to outer space? We designed and built a data acquisition system for Space Systems Loral (SSL). The system was used to measure the shock and vibrations that occur when a spacecraft separates on its way into space.

Welcome to the Garage

Jul 15, 2018

It’s big, it’s loud, it’s messy. And that’s what we love about it. The Garage is a place where Nuvation's engineers hang out on their spare time to explore ideas, work on personal projects and get creative. From go-karts to beer dispensers, it’s where our team spends a lot of time.

Meet eRex

Jul 16, 2018

eRex is an electric vehicle that Nuvation Engineering started building for the Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE. When we could not find a suitable battery management system (BMS) to use in the vehicle, we decided to make one ourselves.
Nuvation Waterloo Design Center
We are excited to announce that Nuvation’s Waterloo Design Center has moved to a new location in Waterloo, Ontario! Although we made many great memories at our old office, we are looking forward to starting our next chapter at 40 Bathurst Drive, Waterloo.
Maximizing BLE Security
Wearables often communicate using radio protocols such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Zigbee, WiFi, Z-Wave, Cellular, or LoRa, among others. These protocols provide solutions that meet a spectrum of needs related to range, bandwidth, interoperability and power requirements.
Hike for a Cure
This year Nuvation employees hiked from Yosemite Valley to 'Histio Lookout' on the 17th anniversary of Hike for a Cure. Nuvation CEO Michael Worry has been personally involved with Hike for a Cure since it started in 2001.