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A Quebec-made camera for exoplanet detection

November 1,2020

Quebec's federation of amateur astronomers features the new instrument of Mont-Mégantic's observatory in its information bulletin. This instrument, PESTO, uses Nüvü's EMCCD technology to discover new exoplanets by transit imaging.


Canadian technology developed for astronomy helps detect cancer cells

September 1, 2020

The Canadian Space Agency website presents Nüvü Camēras' ultra sensitive EMCCD camera technology for both space and ground-based applications in their News from the Canadian space industry.


Bringing Habitable Planets to Light with Faster Adaptive Optics

September 1, 2020

Photonics Spectra magazine’s special September edition on optics features a Nüvü Camēras signed article on the power of adaptive optics and the contribution of high performance imaging for exoplanet discovery.

Massachusetts, USA

Finding your product-market fit

July 17, 2020

MarketHunt podcast interviews Nüvü Camēras’ CEO to share her experience on navigating the different low-light imaging markets available and successfully finding market fits enabling solid company growth.

Montreal, Canada

The Canadian Space Agency awards $15 million for technology R&D to 25 companies

May 27th 2019

Nüvü Camera was awarded funding to increase the TRL of the safest solution for space debris protection, a Wide Field EMCCD Camera for space-based instruments.


Nüvü Camēras: Will the “Canadeye” join the Canadarm in space?

December 7th 2017

Substance presents Nüvü Camēras’ space accomplishments, a crucial role in Canada’s contribution to space exploration and security of future space instruments in this harsh environment.


Nüvü Caméras: an EMCCD controller for space

November 22nd 2017

Photoniques presents the CCCPs, the space version of Nüvü Camēras’ photon counting CCD controller, a breakthrough innovation that will enable EMCCD technology to become an enhanced solution in future space instruments.

Nüvü Caméras new canadian eye in the sky

November 22nd 2017

Following an interview with Nüvü Camēras’ CTO, Olivier Daigle, Space Q presents Nüvü’s latest product launch : The world’s first EMCCD controller qualified for operation in a space-like environment.

Space Q

EMCCD controller for extreme low light imaging

November 15th 2017

Novus Light announces Nüvü Camēras’ CCCPs, the world’s first EMCCD controller designed for extreme low light imaging in a space environment.

Crossing Borders - Fall 2016

October 27 to November 2, 2017

Japan was the first country to purchase from Nüvü Caméras. Since then, the Japanese early adopters have remained dedicated to the Canadian EMCCD technology. Nüvü Caméras, in turn, enriched its innovative ecosystem with its last visit to Tokyo, thus further enhancing and preserving this partnership.

Tokyo, Japan
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