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about dreamvu

DreamVu is a pioneer and the leader in omnidirectional 3D vision systems. We leverage patented optics with visual imaging software to create omnidirectional 3D vision systems to solve some of the most challenging problems in vision.

Our Purpose

To enable autonomy by providing visual intelligence with unparalleled field of view that’s low-cost and low-power

Leadership Team

Highly accomplished leadership team with expertise spanning optics, computer vision software, autonomous systems and high-volume businesses
Rajat Aggarwal

Rajat Aggarwal

Chief Executive Officer

Rajat completed his BS and MS at IIIT Hyderabad in 2017 with a specialization in computer vision and computational photography. His path-breaking research on computational cameras led to several publications and patents starting from his early undergraduate days. His publication in CVPR’16 was a breakthrough in the field of computational photography and eventually became the seed for DreamVu. A hardcore inventor at heart, Rajat is a true believer in the power of optics to solve some of the most trickiest challenges in sensing and perception for humans and machines.

Rohan Bhatial

Rohan Bhatial

Chief Operating Officer

Rohan completed his BS and MS at IIIT Hyderabad in 2017 with a specialization in cognitive aspects of night time driving. Before co-founding DreamVu, he worked in multiple startup-environments at the CXO level managing and building diversified teams, building ecosystems, sales & marketing and using technology as a tool to disrupt unorganized industries. Rohan enjoys learning about new technologies and mapping it to build disruptive business models for challenging industries.

Anoop Namboodiri

Anoop Namboodiri

Chief Science Officer

Dr. Anoop is an Associate Professor at the renowned computer vision department at IIIT Hyderabad. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Michigan State University specializing in pattern recognition, biometrics and computer vision. He has had an illustrious career publishing over 75 papers in renowned conferences and building systems that are currently deployed at a massive scale. Prof. Anoop believes in minimalistic and efficient approaches to solve challenging problems using his visionary ideas.

Mark Davidson

Mark Davidson

Chief Revenue Officer

Mark received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1995 from Penn State University and currently serves as Chief Revenue Officer for DreamVu. Mark is known for his versatility in his ability to transform businesses into highly successful operations. By focusing on technology and product development strategies while creating world-class business development/sales and marketing organizations, he quickly diagnoses and operationalizes clear effective business practices that stakeholders enthusiastically embrace.

Raj Kumar

Raj Kumar

Head of Manufacturing Operations

Raj has more than 10 years of experience in global and cross-functional project management including new product introduction, vendor management, and full product life-cycle management, in high-tech companies, including at Intel Malaysia, and Finisar Malaysia. Raj holds MTech from IIT Roorkee and MBA from NTU, Singapore.

Sashi Reddi

Sashi Reddi

Investor & Board Member

First investor in 40+ tech companies in the US and in India. Helping visionary entrepreneurs realize their dreams of building great companies. Seasoned entrepreneur and business leader. Founded 4 start-ups over the last 20 years. My last company AppLabs, a software testing firm with 2,500 employees, was acquired by Computer Sciences Corporation (now NYSE: DXC).

Parikshit Sakurikar

Parikshit Sakurikar

Head of Imaging Technologies

Parikshit has a Ph.D in Computer Science from IIIT Hyderabad with a specialization in Computational Photography and Machine Learning. Parikshit has a broad expertise in computer vision and an avid interest in computational optics and cameras. He has more than 15 publications in top tier conferences spanning the fields of computer vision, graphics and high-performance computing.


Sunil Kaul

Business Development Advisor

Sunil is a highly experienced, hands-on C-level executive with experience in both start-up and large corporate environments including semiconductor and systems companies. He has successfully led technology businesses from greenfield stage to multi-million dollars in revenue.

Prof. P. J. Narayanan

Director at IIIT Hyderabad

Professor PJN received his Ph.D. in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Maryland in 1992. He is a pioneer in the field of computer graphics, computer vision and parallel computing. He has received various awards and accolades at the international level for his path-breaking contribution to this field.

Dr. Michael Brown

Professor at York University, Canada

Dr. Michael S. Brown received his undergraduate and PhD degrees in Computer Science from the University of Kentucky in 1995 and 2001 respectively. He has over 13 years of academic experience working in Asia, holding prior faculty positions at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), and the National University of Singapore. His research interests are in the area of computer vision, image processing, and computer graphics with an emphasis on physics-based models for image enhancement and restoration. Dr. Brown regularly serves on the senior program committees of the major computer vision conferences (CVPR, ICCV, ECCV) and is currently an associate editor for the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI) and the International Journal on Computer Vision (IJCV).

Prof. Takeo Kanade

Helen Whitaker Professor @ CMU

Professor Kanade received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1974 and was the first generation of computer vision researchers. From 1992 to 2001, he served as the founding director of the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University and trained more than 200 researchers, laying the foundation for CMU’s academic position in the field of robotics. His papers have been cited more than 100,000 times, and there are a number of technical patents named after him. His extensive research in computer vision and robotics since 1980 has laid the foundation for today’s autonomous vehicle projects. CMU’s Robotics Institute invented the world’s first autonomous prototype in 1984.

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