Emily Weslosky

Lead Product Manager Nuro

Emily Weslosky is the Lead Product Manager at Nuro. With ten years of experience in product and operations, she is responsible for remote operations at Nuro, as well as managing the teams building the tools to unlock Nuro’s autonomous vehicle operations. Prior to joining Nuro, Emily led product at Depot Global, a startup that connected autonomous vehicles in need of maintenance with available service providers, and held leadership positions in both product and operations at Uber. At Uber, she helped launch uberX throughout the Midwest, led driver eligibility / availability projects, and built fleet management products for Uber’s self-driving vehicles. Emily earned her Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business. 

Agenda Day 1

Thursday, February 27th, 2020

4:30 PM DEVELOPING PURPOSE-BUILT ZERO OCCUPANT VEHICLES FOR DRIVERLESS DELIVERIES

Robotics company Nuro deployed its first generation driverless robot, R1, in December 2018 when it launched the first fully driverless delivery service for the public in
Scottsdale, AZ. Now, Nuro launches its second generation robot, R2, in Houston, TX in the coming months––with delivery partners Domino’s, Walmart, and Kroger. Join this
session to hear about:
• Developing purpose-built autonomous vehicles for on-road safety
• How collaboration with the U.S. Department of Transportation is opening up innovation for a new class of zero occupant AVs
• Operational considerations for customer-facing AV services

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Emily.

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