Dan McCloskey is the VP of Hardware at Wayve, a company pioneering AI technology to power self-driving vehicles.
Vice President, Hardware
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“I’ve been fortunate to be at the forefront of self-driving development and see AV technology evolve from early experiments to fielded deployments. At Wayve, I’m excited to be applying advancements in deep learning and hardware technologies to improve the scalability and accessibility of this groundbreaking technology.”
Dan is responsible for designing and scaling hardware technologies and architectures to integrate AV2.0 onto different vehicle platforms and partner fleets. His team is also developing the framework for demonstrating the safety assurance for our Level 4 (L4) automated driving system.
Dan has over 12 years of experience in the AV industry. Before Wayve, he led hardware teams at Alphabet’s Waymo and SoftBank-backed Nuro. Working on Google’s Self-Driving Car Project, Dan developed advanced radars for L4 self-driving that guided all Waymo’s vehicles. At Nuro, he supported the successful deployment of the Nuro R2 autonomous delivery robot and developed its scalable R3 sensor, computer and vehicle platforms.
Dan holds a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech.