Robotics technologies are at the heart of the products and services of this era. From self-driving cars to thermostats and drones, the Robotics community has developed the core technologies that have enabled these innovations. IEEE RAS and Intel will like to invite you to an open conversation about what is next for the community. What is our vision as leaders in this space? What are the key problems we should focus on as a community? Intel will start the conversation by sharing some insights into two key technologies it has been working on: RealSense and Intel Joule. Please join us to help us shape the future of core Robotics technologies which will enable the next generation of products and services.
Carlos is the Startup Initiatives Manager for the Makers & Innovators Group at Intel. He is a Robotics engineer by training, with business acumen, and passion for user-experience and design. He works closely with early stage startups to enable them to develop products with Intel technology. He also works with Intel Capital to identify investment opportunities for the company. His areas of expertise are: Robotics, Internet-of-Things, and Artificial Intelligence.
Carlos earned his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Universidad San Francisco de Quito in 2005 and his M.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2008.