Formerly co-founder and CEO at Icera Inc. and Element 14 Inc., acquired by NVIDIA and Broadcoms for > $1 billion. Was CEO at Acorn Computers and board member at ARM. Physics graduate (University of Cambridge).
Formerly Distinguished Engineer at Broadcom, co-founder and VP Systems & Software at Element 14, and CTO of Acorn Computers. Mathematics graduate (University of Cambridge).
Formerly a Partner at global law firm DLA Piper and Bird and Bird. Intellectual Property & Technology specialist. Physics graduate (University of Cambridge).
Formerly VP Marketing at Neul (acquired by Huawei) and led several product lines at NXP Semiconductors’ automotive group. MBA and electronic engineering graduate (Universities of Warwick and Brighton).
Formerly Financial Controller at Icera Inc. (acquired by NVIDIA) and chartered accountant trained at KPMG. Zoology graduate (University of Bristol).
VP AV Systems
Formerly Principal Scientist at NVIDIA and Technical Director at Icera Inc. Background in Nokia in mobile phones. PhD in cryptographic processing and engineering graduate (University of Sheffield).
Formerly Director of Software Engineering at Neul (acquired by Huawei) and previously software engineering career at Light Blue Optics, Frontier Silicon and others. Electronic engineering graduate (University of Exeter).
Professor Philip Torr
Runs one of the world’s leading computer vision research groups, Oxford University’s Torr Vision Group.
Professor Andrew Blake
Founding director of the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s leading AI research centre.
Longest serving Managing Director of Surface Transport at Transport for London.
Professor John McDermid
Europe's foremost authority on safety assurance with respect to high-integrity systems.
Professor Alessio Lomuscio
Holds a Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies at Imperial College London, where he leads the Verification of Autonomous Systems Group.
Professor Ram Ramamoorthy
Research leader in prediction and motion planning. Director of Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour at the University of Edinburgh.