Anthony Levandowski

Anthony Levandowski

I'm an engineer and entrepreneur. In 2016, I co-founded Otto, an autonomous trucking company. Prior to Otto, I co-founded the Google self-driving car program (now known as Waymo.) I have built and sold five companies including 510 Systems, a mobile mapping start-up that experimented with LiDAR technology, Anthony’s Robots, where I created the Pribot, a self-driving Toyota Prius that was the world’s first self-driving car to drive on public roads, and Otto, which retrofitted tractor-trailers with self-driving technology. In 2004, I helped build Ghostrider, the world's first autonomous motorcycle for the DARPA Grand Challenge – now residing in the Smithsonian.

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Companies

  • 2018-     Pronto – Co-founder
  • 2016-2017 Uber – VP of Engineering: Head of ATG
  • 2016-2016 Otto – Co-founder – Acquired by Uber in 2016
  • 2007-2016 Google – Software Engineer
  • 2008-2011 Anthony's Robots – Founder – Acquired by Google in 2011
  • 2001-2007 510 Systems – Founder – Acquired by Google in 2011
  • 2000-2007 La Raison – Founder

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