Eric Sanchez, CEO
Eric is CEO at Revl with experience in aerospace and robotics. He not only leads Revl’s vision and business development, but also adds deep technical knowledge from his previous experiences as overall system designer.
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Nelson Vazquez, CTO
Nelson is an electrical engineer with specialization in control systems, robotics and electronics. He leads the hardware team at Revl which includes hardware design and embedded firmware development.
Bruce Pla, CDO
Bruce leads Revl’s industrial design and manufacturing. He is in charge of product design, rapid prototyping, sample verification, sourcing manufacturers, assembly line optimization, supply chain management, and quality control.
Oliver Dain, Head of Sotfware
Oliver is Revl’s lead machine learning engineer. He is responsible for architecting and building key pieces our cross-platform AI video editing technology. He also is responsible for managing our data collection and tagging tools.
Kirk Draheim, Interaction Design
Kirk is responsible for Revls Software product development. From very early research to final visual design. He is also responsible for designing Revl’s commercial websites, graphic design needs, product photography, and all other front facing visual design needs.
Corey Richardson, Industrial Design
Corey is an Industrial Designer with a focus on product development. Corey is part of Revl’s Industrial Design team at Revl HQ in San Francisco. This consists of product design, research and development, rapid prototyping, CAD design, product testing, package design, product rendering, exhibit design, and sample verification.
George Weickhardt, Hardware Engineer
George creates hardware designs for Revl’s hardware products, not only the Revl Arc camera, but Revl-X servers and external sensors. He is in charge of electronic schematics, PCB layouts, new product introduction (NPI), fabrication and tests.
Andrew Mayers - Senior iOS Engineer
Andrew leads the Revl iOS team, his specific focus is interfacing with machine learning models to identify interesting moments for the video editing, and the low level camera communication with the app.
Alec Lively - Field Ops
Evey Neely - Fullstack Software Engineer
Full-stack engineer currently working to create tooling to collect and tag Revl videos to be used as training data for moment detection and other machine learning purposes. He also works on a number of other Revl projects that require a web based interface or server resources.
Naooki Sato - Software Engineer
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