We are Soteria Radar. A Pittsburgh-based startup working out of Carnegie Mellon University’s Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship to develop hardware which interacts with Connected Vehicles, providing informational inputs and enhancing system effectiveness. We are creating the next generation of intelligent infrastructure and safety devices to ensure stakeholders from cyclists to passengers are out of harm’s way.
A 2019 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Public Policy and Management program with an obsession for autonomous vehicles and barriers to their implementation. Through his independent studies and coursework concentrated in entrepreneurship and strategy development this project to aid the adoption of new trends in mobility and smart cities began.
Jenny is currently a student in Carnegie Mellon University’s, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in Human Computer Interaction. Last summer, Jenny worked in the Reliable Autonomous Systems Lab on a social robot which interacts with participants. This robot is located at the 3rd floor of the computer science building at CMU. At Soteria Radar, Jenny’s focus is on software development.
Mark is a Serial Entrepreneur in all senses of the word and an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon, where he teaches technology entrepreneurship and innovation. He has been providing guidance to the team since this idea first took shape in one of his classes and through weekly meetings which have been instrumental in guiding us along our entrepreneurial journey.
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