Today, we’re pleased to share Ganesh Thonse has joined the team as vice president of systems engineering. In this position, Ganesh will lead mechanical, electrical and embedded systems engineering teams to develop real-time Artificial Intelligence-based systems targeting automotive driver safety. He will also lead the manufacturing operations team. Ganesh brings over three decades of experience to Nauto in the development of high quality, mass-market products in the Consumer Electronics and Semiconductor industry.
“I have been fascinated by the fast-growing universe of the Internet of Things and AI,” said Ganesh Thonse, vice president of systems engineering, Nauto. “The prospect of building an AI-powered solution that has the potential to optimize costs and enable greater visibility and control over a vehicle fleet is something I believe will drive the next generation of automobile development. Nauto's use of AI technologies to increase driver safety, cut fleet management costs and save lives is a challenge and I want to be part of this future”
Prior to joining Nauto, Ganesh was vice president, hardware and systems engineering for GoPro. Prior to that, he held management positions with STMicroelectronics Sage, and Philips Consumer Electronics. Ganesh holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communications from the University of Mysore, India.