Rob Csongor is vice president of Autonomous Machines at NVIDIA, where he’s responsible for go-to-market strategies for NVIDIA’s AGX family of technology solutions, including the DRIVE platform for self-driving cars, Isaac platform for robotics, and Metropolis platform for smart cities. Rob is one of NVIDIA’s first employees. He joined the company in 1995 to head up product marketing and launched its first product, NV1. Over the years, he has launched numerous businesses, serving as vice president and general manager of the Automotive business, the Embedded business, and the Notebook business. In addition, he has served at the company as vice president of investor relations and vice president of Worldwide Corporate and Strategic Marketing. Rob has worked for 36 years in the technology and computer industry in Silicon Valley. Prior to NVIDIA, he spent 12 years in the minicomputer and personal computer industry, including nine years at Adaptec, and served in a variety of product marketing and technical roles. He also held the roles of CEO, vice president, and general manager at HearMe Corp. Rob holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Villanova University.
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