Bridger Photonics was recently awarded a grant from the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology for the development of a mobile lidar sensor for mapping methane gas. The resulting product will help the oil and gas industry uncover costly natural gas leaks. Please see the linked article for more details. http://governor.mt.gov/Newsroom/ArtMID/28487/ArticleID/4533… Read More


Bridger Photonics, Inc. has been awarded a NIST Phase I SBIR to develop an absolute interferometer for industrial metrology applications. Bridger’s sensor will simultaneously provide >1,000 measurements per second, <10 nm precision, and >0.5 m maximum measurement distance. Bridger’s solution is will fill a gap in precision measurement technology for applications that require rapid monitoring of macroscopic distances such as positioning… Read More


Bridger Photonics has opened three new job positions for Optical Engineer, Optical Scientist and Technician. For more information, check out our careers page.… Read More


Bridger Photonics is now accepting qualified applicants for an Electrical Engineer and a Technician position. Please see our careers page for more information.… Read More


Bridger Photonics’ CEO Peter Roos and CTO Mike Thorpe recently traveled to Washington, DC to present at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit. This summit afforded Bridger the opportunity to show the latest progress on its methane leak-detection system, a project funded by an ARPA-E grant. To learn more about Bridger’s ARPA-E project, please refer to… Read More


GPS World Magazine recently featured Bridger Photonics in an article on gas leak detection. This article focuses on Bridger’s unmanned aerial vehicle-mounted methane detection system, part of a project funded by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). The issue of gas leaks at gas and oil production sites has been the subject of nationwide news… Read More


Bridger Photonics was recently featured in an article by The Guardian about methane leak detection. The write-up includes information on the current state of gas leak detection technology, along with an explanation of Bridger’s technology. Bridger recently received a grant from the US Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy to develop a system for… Read More