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Nüvü Cameras technology to be used in nüSpace nanosatellites

June 16, 2022

Pioneers in bringing EMCCD technology to space, Nüvü cameras unveiled their current project: nüSpace.

nüSpace is a camera platform compatible with small satellites in terms of budget, bass, volume and power consumption. It is built for compatibility with a variety of sensors & technologies, including EMCCD, a newly space-qualified technology. It also contains Nüvü's patented controller design for lower background noise for unmatched low-light imaging performances.


Advanced Imaging Rises to the Task of Detecting Space Debris

March 2022

Photonics Spectra magazine’s March edition features a Nüvü Camēras signed article on the unique method and advantages of EMCCD imaging technology for detecting and monitoring space debris.


​Roman space telescope: local know-how at the heart of a $5.4 billion project

March 7, 2022

Nuvu and ABB worked together to develop a space version of Nuvu patented EMCCD controller to meet NASA's requirements.

Quebec, Canada

Nüvü Camēras’ EMCCD Space Technology for Nanosatellite

12 February, 2022

On June 29, 2021, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) awarded Nüvü Camēras a contribution as part of the Space Technology Development Program to develop an EMCCD exoplanet imaging solution compatible with nanosatellite systems.

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Quebec, Canada

A company in the southwest of Montreal catches the attention of NASA

January 20, 2022

The Montreal company Nüvü Cameras caught the attention of NASA, which will integrate its imaging technology into its next major mission, scheduled to launch in 2027.

Quebec, Canada

Nuvu Cameras introduces the HNü Alpha, Gamma & Omega

November 16, 2021

Nüvü Caméras, a leading ultrasensitive CCD & EMCCD imaging solution manufacturer, announces its HNü series’ new official names: the HNü Alpha, Gamma and Omega. Through its unique and patented electronic design, Nüvü Caméras has been developing state-of-the-art low-noise, high-sensitivity EMCCD cameras for over a decade.

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Quebec, Canada

The Enigma of Fast Radio Bursts

January 17, 2021

Nüvü's key role in exoplanet imaging aboard the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope is highlighted along with another Canadian contribution to astronomy; the CHIME telescope, which will be used to study fast radio bursts.

Quebec, Canada

The Holy Grail of science': Montreal startup's high-tech camera to help NASA search for exoplanets

December 28, 2020

The Canadian Brodcasting Corporation interviewed Nüvü's Oliver Daigle who shared its unique experience in providing its enabling camera technology for NASA's next space telescope along with ABB.

Quebec, Canada

Nüvü's work on Roman Space Telescope shared across media

December 1, 2020

Nüvü's cutting edge EMCCD technology being chosen for a Hubble-like mission by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), recognized internationally for its rigorous risks management, is an outstanding accomplishment for Nüvü Camēras and has been shared across various media outlets:

Aerospace Manufacturing & Design Magazine
Atumoticà e Instrumentacion
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Canadian Space Agency
Control Automation
Industria Italiana
La Presse
La Tribune
Le Carrefour de Québec
MM Österreich
Montréal Inc
Montreal in Technology
Parabolic Arc
Quartier Innovation Montréal
Québec International
Space Connect
Space Daily
& Many others...

Montreal, Canada

Canadian camera technology to fly on NASA exoplanet telescope

November 30, 2020

Nüvü's work on NASA's upcoming Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope is featured by SpaceQ. This mission will be the first to allow space-based imaging of exoplanets, thanks to its coronagraph imager instrument.


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