News & press
Nüvü Camēras won the 2011 Regional Award for New Technology granted by CME and NRC-IRAP for the implementation of innovative new technology across the entire province of Quebec.
Nüvü Camēras won a total of 4 prizes at the 13th annual Québec Entrepreneurship Contest including the GURU Entrepreneur Grand Prize for the new company having distinguished itself the most across the greater Montreal area.
In early 2011, Olivier Daigle, Nüvü Camēras CTO, was named Personality of the Year to highlight the important contribution that is his discovery of the most sensitive camera.
Olivier Daigle, Nüvü Camēras CTO, was named Personality of the Week in recognition of his invention: the world’s most sensitive camera.
Nüvü Camēras CTO, Olivier Daigle, was awarded the 2009 Discovery of the Year by Québec Science magazine for his innovative camera now commercialized by Nüvü Camēras.
Press release describing Nüvü Camēras’ innovative HNü camera. Some of its most noteworthy specifications were mentioned such as its range of detector sizes available (128, 512 or 1024), optimal background noise below 0.001 electron/pixel/frame and its thermoelectric cooling capacity that can reach either -85°C using air cooling or -90°C with liquid cooling.
Laser Focus World issued a press release describing Nüvü Camēras’ innovative HNü camera. Some of its most noteworthy specifications were mentioned such as its maximum EM gain of 5000, background noise level below 0.001 electron/pixel/frame and a readout rate up to 20MHz.
Nüvü Camēras launches its thermoelectric EMCCD camera: the HNü. The HNü has been designed to provide what is expected from a high sensitivity thermoelectric EMCCD camera: the highest SNR for applications requiring photon counting, fast acquisition, high quality optics for the best detection efficiency and simple integration with intuitive and reliable software solutions as well as a compact and easy to handle size (including its power supply).
Read the full press release here: Nüvü Camēras Press Release – January 31st 2013
Labrigger.com, the source for open solutions for biomedical research, whose goal is to “accelerate and enable research by reducing the duplication of effort by multiple labs”, devotes its last post to what researchers should look for prior to purchasing an EMCCD camera. Labrigger let Nüvü Camēras experts present an in-depth review of all the electronic noise sources and constraints that come into play when imaging in low-light conditions with an EMCCD camera. Take a look at the entire article here!
In the September issue of Space Quarterly, Sr. Satellite Engineer with Telesat and Chair of the Ottawa Chapter of the Canadian Space Society Ryan Anderson brings Nüvü Camēras into the limelight. From the ability to simply produce less noise to control EMCCDs, Nüvü Camēras avoids the use of noise filtering algorithms that may eliminate valuable data in addition to noise. Mentioning some of Nüvü Camēras’ most recognized customers including NASA for future applications in space, the article features VP and CTO Olivier Daigle. He provides insights on how the determination for state of the art instrumentation in astronomy helped Nüvü Camēras achieve such a reputation through scientific publications and how they lead to opportunities in the biomedical field as well as the OEM market for integrated imaging systems.
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In the June 1st 2012 edition of L’Actualité magazine, an article was featured describing a variety of Nüvü Camēras’ technological innovations and also announced the forthcoming new EMCCD camera that will be available at a lesser cost and that can be used in a wide range of applications, especially in biomedical research.
A press release regarding Nüvü Camēras’ innovative EM N2 camera was issued on the Vision Systems Design website detailing some of its most notable specifications including its maximum EM gain of 5000 and subelectron background noise level. Some of the camera’s applications in the field of biomedical research were mentioned as well.
Laser Focus World issued a press release describing Nüvü Camēras’ innovative EM N2 camera. Some of its most noteworthy specifications were mentioned such as its maximum EM gain of 5000 and background noise level below 0.001 electron/pixel/frame. In addition, a short list of the camera’s applications in biomedical research was also included.
An article describing in interesting detail the origins of the company followed by a concise description of astronomical and biomedical applications of Nüvü Camēras’ EMCCD technology was published in early 2012. The press release also details the long-term goals and ambitions of the company’s cofounders, Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle.
A press release was issued describing emerging young businesses marketing innovative new technologies. Among the three presented companies, Nüvü Camēras was described in fair detail and several potential contributions to biomedical research as well as an insight on future projects were listed.
In the fall of 2011, a press release was issued detailing the fund granted by the Government of Canada for Nüvü Camēras to accelerate its commercialization strategy.
Near the beginning of autumn of 2011, an article was published in Les Affaires, a business-related newspaper, discussing some promising applications of the EM N2 camera.
An interesting article describing the various technological advantages of the EM N2 was published in early 2011 in Rue89. The article also shows experimental data obtained with the camera including a video of a clear and virtually noiseless acquisition of a distant galaxy. Furthermore, some applications of the camera beyond its uses in astronomy were discussed such as its potential impact on breast cancer diagnosis or medical follow-ups for various types of therapies.
An article about the cofounders of Nüvü Camēras, Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle, as well as the technological innovations brought forth by the company was published in early 2011 in La Presse Affaires.
Nüvü Camēras cofounder Olivier Daigle was honored at the 45th conference of the Assocation for the Education of Science and Technology in Quebec to promote an interest in the pursuit of college-level studies in science among young students.
An article was published in Le Lien Multimédia in the summer of 2010 discussing Nüvü Camēras cofounders Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle’s efforts to start a company with the purpose of commercializing the most innovative EMCCD camera. The article further describes the major advantages of the imaging system as well as some potential applications in growing fields of study, namely biomedical research.
An insightful interview was conducted with cofounder Olivier Daigle that adequately summarizes his education and scientific background before designing the revolutionary EMCCD controller, the technology behind Nüvü Camēras.
Within a month after the creation of Nüvü Camēras, La Presse, a Montreal-based newspaper, issued an article recounting cofounder Olivier Daigle’s passion and motivation for designing the most sensitive EMCCD imaging system.
A mere few weeks following the foundation of Nüvü Camēras, a press release recounting the history and inspiring motivation behind cofounder Olivier Daigle’s innovative design of a novel EMCCD camera was published.
In early 2010, NSERC published an impact story describing the basic properties and potential uses of the innovative EMCCD camera designed by Olivier Daigle, Nüvü Camēras’ CTO.
Quebec City’s daily newspaper, Le Soleil, published a piece regarding the highly sensitive camera developed by Olivier Daigle, cofounder of Nüvü Camēras, born in Lévis near Quebec City.
One of Montreal’s daily newspapers, Journal Métro, published an article describing Nüvü’s promising camera.
The University of Montreal issued a press release describing the world’s most sensitive camera designed for astronomical use now commercialized by Nüvü Camēras.
In an article in Forum magazine, the University of Montreal announced that a camera built within its very own Experimental Astrophysics Laboratory was purchased by NASA.
An investigative report on the various potential impacts of Nüvü Camēras’ EM N2 on several fields of biomedical research such as cancer studies was presented in early 2012 in the 3rd season of Campus, an educative television series that sheds light on the world of university studies and research.
An interview with Michel Fortin, the CEO of SAJE, an organization whose purpose is to help young entrepreneurs, as well as Nüvü Camēras cofounder Olivier Daigle was conducted and presented on Canal Argent, a television network focused on high technology business challenges.
In early 2010, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s french scientific television program Découverte presented an interesting report on Nüvü Camēras’ early technology that was mostly initially developed within the laboratories of Photon Etc.