Brijot Imaging Systems, a provider of non-invasive imaging systems which use passive millimeter wave technology, announced Jonathan James has joined the company as Senior Director of Business Development for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He will be based in the U.K.
James has extensive experience working with government end-users and security equipment distributors within the European, Middle Eastern, Asian Pacific and African markets. Most recently, James was engaged by Miran International, where he advised the chairman on emerging security and counter terrorism technologies.
Prior to Miran, James was founding CEO of the UK security company ThruVision. In that role he developed ThruVision's business plan and the spin out process from STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, U.K.
James has also held senior management positions at STFC Rutherford Appleton Lab, Polatis, Melles Griot Technical Optics, Oxford Instruments, and the Micro and Optoelectronics Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
"Jonathan's extensive experience will be invaluable in driving Brijot forward in our target markets as we continue to respond to international demand for a technology that detects concealed objects without compromising privacy or health," said Mitchel Laskey, CEO and President of Brijot Imaging Systems.
James holds a doctorate from Cambridge University (Trinity College), Cambridge, U.K. He is a member of the UK Institute of Directors and a chartered physicist.