Our favourite project is the one we're working on at that moment! Working in the NSPDDC means every project is something new; with its own unique engineering challenges.
The team supports entrepreneurs from all corners of Nova Scotia industry. Here are some recent success stories.
Sue Siri’s Iris Booth offers a professional camera, lighting and resolution – without the studio costs. Looking for a snazzy new headshot for your LinkedIn page, but you don’t have the cash for a professional studio session? A new … Continue reading
Published in the Dal News Nov 20, 2013 The Innovation and Design iDLab in the NSPDDC on Sexton Campus visibly teems with inspiration. Lobster traps equipped with bait-saving technology sit by desks displaying Lego models with pneumatic mechanisms, as a … Continue reading
Published in Canadian Association of Diving Contractors Magazine, Fall/Winter 2011 In this new age of fast advancing technology, the ability to acquire, store and transfer high quality digital data has progressed exponentially. However, as many have experienced, data retention … Continue reading
Trap helps lobstermen fish, cut bait June 24, 2012 – 4:13am The Chronicle Herald N.S. man’s invention intended to save cash, time in the fishery Lobster is Canada’s most valuable seafood export, but for fishermen working at one of … Continue reading
The team at the NSPDDC have been supporting small and medium sized companies in Nova Scotia for more than 20 years. Together they have helped develop innovative designs which have launched successful business ventures in the province.