BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Governor Larry Hogan’s cyber-tech trade mission to Israel features a Baltimore County company that takes technology to places it has never been before.
There are things that you have to see to believe but Brimrose Technology makes believers out of things you can’t see.
Think of a camera that sees into each pixel of a picture and sees the invisible, everything from underwater oil spills to plant bacteria to people walking around sick.
“If there’s a village that has Ebola you’ll be able to use this technology to actually image parts of a village that have high temperatures associated with those,” said Ronald Rosemeier, Brimrose founder and CEO.
“Wounds, bacterial infection. Do you have a wound is it getting worse is it getting better? We can do that with this hyperspectral non-invasive testing,” said Dave Trudil of the Brimrose biotechnology division.
Brimrose Technology is used by NASA, the defense department, pharmaceutical companies, the food industry. You name it, there’s a use for it.
It’s a perfect match for the governor’s effort to expand Maryland economic development with Israel, a world leader in the cyber-tech industry.