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Green Imaging Technologies


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Last Raised

$250K | 16 yrs ago

About Green Imaging Technologies

Green Imaging Technologies, Inc. (GIT) specializes in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology. Specifically GIT is a Systems Integrator of MRI technology for industrial solutions. MRI is perhaps best known for health and pharmaceutical purposes such as bone and tissue scanning. GIT will now turn the focus of this powerful technology on applications for industry beginning with the analysis of rock core plug samples taken from exploration wells in the petroleum sector. GIT has a new patent-pending Capillary Pressure Measurement process, GIT-CAPTM, that aims to provide more accurate data in 1/10 the time of the existing process that can take 3-4 weeks to perform.

Headquarters Location

Fredericton, New Brunswick,


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Green Imaging Technologies Patents

Green Imaging Technologies has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Fluid dynamics
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance
  • Porous media
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Nuclear magnetic resonance, Spectroscopy, Porous media, Fluid dynamics, Magnetic resonance imaging


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Related Topics

Nuclear magnetic resonance, Spectroscopy, Porous media, Fluid dynamics, Magnetic resonance imaging



Latest Green Imaging Technologies News

UNB MRI Research Centre

Jul 26, 2013

Green Imaging Technologies (GIT) Green Imaging technologies held an open house in the MRI Centre Nov.2, 2006 to demonstrate their prototype capillary pressure instrument and to announce $250,000 in funding from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). They have now raised more than $1,000,000 in financing for their investments, most of it private sector investors in the region. Representatives from ACOA, the university, investors, and government attended; more than 50 people intotal. Dr. Harry Xie from Bruker traveled from Houston TX to see the prototype which is based on Bruker Minispec. GIT was recently the cover story for the November 2006 issue of Progress Magazine. The full article may be found here ( GIT Article ). The GIT home page is ( )

Green Imaging Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Green Imaging Technologies's headquarters?

    Green Imaging Technologies's headquarters is located at Fredericton.

  • What is Green Imaging Technologies's latest funding round?

    Green Imaging Technologies's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Green Imaging Technologies raise?

    Green Imaging Technologies raised a total of $250K.

  • Who are the investors of Green Imaging Technologies?

    Investors of Green Imaging Technologies include Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and First Angel Network.

  • Who are Green Imaging Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Green Imaging Technologies include Redlen Technologies, Imagimed, Quality Electrodynamics, Direct Conversion, Profound Medical and 13 more.

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