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Our online press kit provides basic information for media interested in the latest information about Daylight Solutions, including its history, executive biographies, and latest press releases. If you would like more information regarding Daylight Solutions, please contact our media relations representative.

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Executive Leadership

Dr. Timothy Day
CEO, CTO, Chairman of the Board of Directors
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Paul Larson
President, COO, Director
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Dr. Tim Day and Paul Larson
Executive Leadership
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Latest Stories
  • March 8, 2017 Daylight Solutions Signs Definitive Agreement With Leonardo DRS
    Daylight Solutions, Inc. (Daylight), a world leader in mid-infrared lasers and systems based on its proprietary quantum cascade laser (QCL) technologies, along with Leonardo S.p.A, through its U.S. subsidiary Leonardo DRS, announced today that they have signed a definitive acquisition agreement in which Leonardo DRS will pay $150 million USD to obtain 100% of the equity of Daylight Solutions.
  • March 7, 2017 Leonardo is growing in the USA with the acquisition of Daylight Solutions
    Leonardo, through the US subsidiary Leonardo DRS, has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Daylight Solutions, Inc., a leading developer and supplier of quantum cascade laser products and technology.
  • March 6, 2017 A breakthrough in chemical imaging technology expands pharmaceutical analysis capabilities while simplifying the workflow
    Daylight Solutions announces the release of the Spero-QT infrared microscope at Pittcon 2017 in Chicago, IL. The Spero-QT is the second generation of high-performance infrared chemical imaging microscopes offered by Daylight Solutions, the leading provider of quantum cascade lasers (QCL) and QCL-based analytical instruments. The Spero-QT shares the wide-field, high-resolution and real-time chemical imaging capabilities of its ground-breaking predecessor but can now produce twice the data