Bozeman, MT, August 23, 2011 —  Inc. magazine today ranked Bridger Photonics, Inc. NO. 164 on its 30th annual Inc. 500 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.  The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs.  The Bozeman, Montana based Bridger Photonics, Inc.… Read More


Bridger Photonics, Inc., a world leader in pulsed mid-infrared lasers and LIDAR, announced today that it has signed a product supply agreement with Protea Biosciences, Inc., a leading developer of bioanalytical technology.  Bridger will supply its compact, mid-infrared lasers for use in Protea’s newly developed Laser Ablation Electrospray Ionization (LAESI) sources… Click here for full press… Read More


In Dr. Roos’ invited talk, he explained Bridger’s company strategy, the story of its start, and gave perspective on the unique company culture, which fuels its innovation.  Dr. Roos’ slides will be available at the MEDA website.  For a full description of the conference visit: Click Here.  To get more information on the Montana Economic… Read More


As an employee-led effort, Bridger Photonics and its employees donated 1,595 pounds of food and 5 turkeys to Moonlight Basin’s “Turkey for a Ticket” food drive.  This amount represented nearly 10% of the total donations for the entire food drive.  Moonlight reached 17,000 pounds of food this year, far exceeeding their goal of 12,000 pounds. … Read More


Bridger Photonics was named the 2010 Innovator of the Year, by Prospera Business Network in recognition for their success and commitment to creating innovative laser technologies that improve the lives of others.  “We are very honored by this award,” said Bridger CEO Pete Roos.  “Bridger is at the forefront of the industry in terms of… Read More


When helicopters land in unprepared zones, the turbulence from the helicopter blades often blows sand and dust.  This creates “brownout” conditions that make landing and navigation extremely difficult for pilots.   Brownout is the second leading cause of downed rotary-wing aircraft in the middle east (small arms fire is #1).  Bridger was recently awarded a… Read More