Passionate about pushing the limits of modern technology, co-founders Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle created the company in the heart of Montreal in April of 2010. Focused on designing and internationally commercializing innovatively sensitive cameras, Nüvü Camēras’ purpose is to allow scientists and professionals alike to explore interesting new territories that have hitherto remained uncharted.
Nüvü Camēras’ EMCCD camera, distinguished by its ability to capture the most infinitesimal quantity of light without background noise blurring the generated image, is the product of the Ph.D. earned by Dr. Daigle, CTO, engineer and astrophysicist. “When NASA is interested in an invention while the first prototype has just barely been completed, it’s a sign that we have a good product in our hands!” declares Ms. Ducharme, CEO, whose expertise is management of innovation.
Beyond the stars, the two co-founders of Nüvü Camēras also keep both feet well on the ground. They are currently introducing their camera in the biomedical imaging field. In fact, the company collaborates with various university health centers, governmental institutions as well as private companies to design superior diagnostic tools and novel applications for this ultra sensitive camera.
In order to satisfy an increasing demand, Nüvü Camēras strategically based its initial operations on the University of Montreal and École Polytechnique campus, then created an organizational structure for quick and sustainable growth. With at least one order of magnitude (10×) less noise than any other camera on the market, Nüvü Camēras is leading high sensitivity EMCCD camera technology to comply with worldwide demand.
On top of a multidisciplinary dream team, Nüvü Camēras is surrounded by a great number of Canadian alliances. The company has received several prestigious prizes for its breakthrough camera as well as its business skills and accomplishments. Nüvü Camēras’ cutting edge expertise is based on a continuously growing team directed by Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle.
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