About Glenbrook Technologies
Since 1983, Glenbrook Technologies has continuously reinvented itself, adapting our unique x-ray imaging technology for evolving global markets.
Building on years of expertise in x-ray phosphor technology, Glenbrook Technologies is known for its innovative and patented fluoroscopic imaging camera. The design and manufacture of our system configurations include applications for electronic assembly, medical device, pharmaceutical packaging, small animal research, mail security, and more.
Each system functions as x-ray microscopes, providing users with the ability to examine, in real time, the internal details of small, complex objects at high magnification; objects such as micro-electronics, medical implants, mail, and other applications.
Some of Glenbrook’s achievements include: the first recording of a coronary angiogram of a rat’s heart, screening suspect mail at US, Romanian, Moroccan and Singaporean intelligence facilities and specifically, chosen by the FDA to inspect medical devices. Our x-ray systems are used worldwide at National laboratories, electronics facilities, medical device manufacturers, universities and research hospitals.
Glenbrook Technologies has received awards for its innovative technology including The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame, The Research and Development Council of New Jersey and The New Jersey Technology Council. The Orthopaedic Research Society has recognized Glenbrook with election to membership. The New Jersey Senate and General Assembly has also recognized us for our contribution to Homeland Security.
We love and take pride in what we do because we feel that what we do matters to us and to the manufacturers, researchers and intelligence agencies we serve and to those who benefit.
Recognition for Glenbrook’s advances include:
- Induction into the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame
- SMT Vision Award
- World Mail Security Award
- New Jersey Technology Council Life Sciences Award
- Invention Advancement Award from The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame
- Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award from the Research and Development Council of New Jersey