Fellow Robots Team
We are a multidisciplinary young team ranging from robotic, software wizards and data scientists to designers and business experts.
We have built many platforms including Telepresence robots, humanoid robots, sensors, cloud computing and more cutting edge technology platforms. We came out of SU Labs at Singularity University at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley.
What distinguishes Fellow Robots is the ability to partner and work shoulder to shoulder with customers to learn how robotics can improve their retail needs.
FOUNDER & COO
Before Fellow Robots, James was a Ph.D. candidate at Georgia Tech, and a Teaching Fellow at Singularity University. He left the Ph.D. program to help build the company, with plenty of recklessness and a little bit of robotics experience.
Dan’s background is in medicine and electrical engineering. He has seven patents, over 50 articles in scientific journals, has served on two scientific journal editorial boards, and occasionally left the planet. He has built and programmed a wide range of robots, primarily focused on assistive devices for people with disabilities.
After graduating from Purdue University with an electrical engineering degree, Andrew worked for Motorola right in his home town on their Displays Design team. Andrew also worked with Sony Ericsson on mobile PC cellular products and for defense contractors to the US government.
COMPUTER VISION ENGINEER
Graduated from University of Georgia, Georgia with MS in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. She has 3+ years of experience in computer vision and pattern recognition. Priya leads the Computer Vision robotics division.
MANUFACTURING AND SALES ENGINEER
With over a decade of experience working with automotive technology and an Engineering background from San Jose State University, Varun brings a scalable approach to prototyping and deployment at Fellow Robots.
MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING ASSISTANT
Currently a Mechanical Engineering student at San Jose State University, Vincent uses his classroom knowledge in conjunction with his hands-on experience to assist in the assembly and troubleshooting of the robots.