Casey Hare Joins SpectraFluidics Inc.

January 27, 2009

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ — SpectraFluidics Inc., a
company that specializes in creating chemical detection technology, has named

Casey Hare its Vice-President of Systems Engineering.

In his new role, Hare will serve as the Company’s system architect. He
will expand the Company’s ability to deliver reliable and robust chemical
detection to the market. In addition, he brings manufacturing and product
development experience to the SpectraFluidics technical team.

SpectraFluidics is a partner with the U.S. Army and the University of
California, Santa Barbara
, to develop and commercialize the Company’s
advanced, field-deployable chemical sensor for explosives and contraband

“We’re thrilled to have Casey as a member of our team,” says Craig R.
, CEO of SpectraFluidics. “Casey’s breadth of design and systems
engineering complement our research and development skills perfectly.”

Hare graduated from UCSB with bachelor’s degrees in Physics and Mechanical
Engineering. He also holds a master’s in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford

For the past two and a half years, Hare headed Casey Hare Design
Consulting, specializing in systems, instrumentation and automation. His
projects spanned physics, applications science, mechanical engineering,
electrical engineering and software.

He has also served as an instructor at UCSB since 2004.

Prior to starting his own consulting firm, Hare was founder of Multiprobe
Inc., a nanotechnology company delivering failure analysis tools to the
semiconductor industry. Among his many accomplishments, Hare designed the
Atomic Force Probe (AFP) and built the Multiprobe engineering and
manufacturing team.

“I’m excited about joining SpectraFluidics,” says Hare. “The technology is
truly exciting and I look forward to adding to the impressive talent already
at SpectraFluidics.”

For more information about SpectraFluidics, visit
http://www.spectrafluidics.com or send inquiries to info@spectrafluidics.com

SOURCE SpectraFluidics Inc.

Source: newswire

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