Profiles

AEye Team Profile: Ove Salomonsson

LiDAR is the final sensor modality that is needed to make ADAS systems (and eventually full autonomy) work effectively in all conditions. LiDAR is more deterministic by nature, as it can detect and measure the distance to all objects. And with an agile LiDAR, such as AEye’s iDAR, this can be done incredibly fast with the added ability to classify objects and determine their velocity.
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AEye Team Profile: Amy Ishiguro

An NPI Engineer is responsible for bringing a product from the engineering sample phase to mass production. At the end of the day, my goal is to deliver a safe, reliable, and cost-efficient product at volume.
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AEye Team Profile: Aravind Ratnam

I believe that Level 2 ADAS features will be mainstream by 2025 and may include LiDAR, as automakers realize its value in corner cases which camera and radar cannot adequately address.
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AEye Team Profile: Vivek Thotla

I came to AEye from a Tier 1, so I know what goes into developing an automotive grade sensor, and the AEye team is made up of people from all over the automotive industry that have great, diverse insight into how to bring a product to market.
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AEye Advisory Board Profile: Adrian Kaehler

I was part of the microprocessor design team at Intel in the early 2000s. For the second Grand Challenge, Stanford University teamed up with Intel and VW to build the winning car: Stanley. I got involved in the project and, ultimately, in AVs, because I felt that the Grand Challenge was cool and interesting, and a clever and effective way to develop AV technology.
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AEye Team Profile: Jim Robnett

Advanced ADAS solutions and, eventually, fully autonomous vehicles, will be the most important transportation technology innovation event in my lifetime – and I knew that I needed to be a part of it.
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AEye Team Profile: Indu Vijayan

Autonomous vehicles will spark a radical shift in our society. Not only will it make safer and more efficient public transportation accessible to the masses, it will allow us to have the time to accomplish meaningful tasks which would otherwise be lost to a long commute. Engineers are the leaders in bringing about this societal change.
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AEye Advisory Board Profile: Luke Schneider

For the better part of 25 years, I have worked at the intersection of transportation and technology. Starting as a powertrain engineer at Ford Motor Company, and through executive tenures at Flexcar, Zipcar and Silvercar, I have seen the industry begin the most profound, tectonic shift in its 120 year history.
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AEye Advisory Board Profile: Tim Shiple

With over 15 years of experience in the automotive industry and another 12 years in technology, I’ve found that the development of autonomous vehicles is the perfect intersection of my experience and interests.
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AEye Advisory Board Profile: Scott Pfotenhauer

I was fortunate enough to work for Intel from the mid 70’s to the mid 90’s – and participated in the advent of desktop and mobile computing...we now have the advanced computing tools that allow companies to apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their decision making and take advantage of big data. These trends converge around the auto industry and its next inflection points — EVs and autonomy.
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