Peloton Technology Stock

peloton-tech.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $83.82MM

Peloton is a developer of connected and automated vehicle technology designed to improve the safety and efficiency of global automotive markets.

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Team

Management Team

Joshua Switkes Ph.D
Co-Founder, Board Member, President & Chief Executive Officer
Mark Herbert
Vice President of Software
Dave Lyons
Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer
Quin Garcia
Advisor
Steve Boyd
Vice President, External Affairs & Co-Founder
Christian Gerdes Ph.D
Co-Founder & Advisor

Board Members

Joshua Switkes Ph.D
Mark Platshon
Birchmere Ventures
Ralph Eschenbach
Sand Hill Angels
Lawrence Burns
Michael O'Connor Ph.D
Shaun Healey
BP Ventures
Ken Arnold
Mark Lydon
Intel Capital
Rodney Slater

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News

The trucking world has been inundated in recent years by startups and large companies alike pitching an array of automated driving technology and business strategies, all aiming to solve the big three problems with freight: safety, fuel costs and driver shortages. For Peloton Technology, a Silicon …
Peloton Technology (“Peloton”), a connected and automated vehicle startup that’s setting out to improve the safety and efficiency of freight transportation, has closed a $60 million Series B funding round led by fleet management giant Omnitracs, which spun out of Qualcomm a few years back. The round included participation from a handful of notable names, including Intel …