New Product Innovations:

Innovation in new physical products continues to grow rapidly. In each industry segment, new products are being brought to market that have new features, connectivity and benefits for users.

We have rounded up some of the biggest trends in new product innovations across multiple industries.

Top 3 Reasons Why Cannabis Vape Tech is Soaring

Cannabis legalization in regions across the world is igniting demand for new cannabis tech hardware devices. The result? A flurry of R&D activity as entrepreneurs and corporations race to bring new hardware to market. The most popular of these new cannabis devices are vaporizers that work by heating up marijuna flower, oil or extracts into a vapor that can be consumed. Right now dozens of companies across the world are racing to bring new cannabis vaporizer technology to market. Here are three reasons why:
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Canadian Innovation: A Look at Famous Inventions

The history of Canadian invention has spanned more than a century with over one million patents filed - yet few people can name more than one or two Canadian inventors. The most common name that comes to mind is Alexander Graham Bell – the inventor of the telephone in 1867. Over 125 years later Mike Lazaridis & Doug Fregin sought to greatly improve the telephone through adding wireless email functionality – this was the start of Canada’s treasured RIM (Research in Motion) corporation. In between these two great feats of […]
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New Battery Technologies for Hardware Products

Current state of Battery Technology Perhaps the greatest design obstacle for today’s portable devices is to find a source of power that is small, light-weight, long-lasting, durable, and -- of course -- powerful.  Whether the product is a cell phone, an electric car, a We-Vibe, a pacemaker, or any of the scores of devices to which we’ve become accustomed to charging on a regular basis, providing the power required is a challenge.   Moreover, in the design of intelligent personal devices, the task of making the battery unnoticeable to the wearer […]
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Designing a Pneumatic Fish Cannon

Flying Fish, a mysterious mythical creature and now a reality. Dubbed the 'Salmon Cannon', a new glorified vacuum tube is helping fish in the Columbia River traverse man made dams by flying over them. Whoosh Innovations, the company behind the device first designed the pneumatic tube system to transport fruit and vegetables in packing plants.  But when Washington state posed a research question of how to help Salmon migrate across hydroelectric dams Whoosh pondered if fish could use the system too. "So we put a tilapia in the fruit tube," says Todd […]
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