Vice President of Autonomous Machines
Rob Csongor is vice president of Autonomous Machines at NVIDIA, where he’s responsible for go-to-market strategies for the AGX family of solutions, including the NVIDIA DRIVE platform for self-driving cars and NVIDIA Isaac platform for robotics and smart cities.
Csongor joined NVIDIA in 1995 to head up product marketing and launched NVIDIA’s first product, NV1. Over the years, he has served in several management and executive roles at the company, including vice president and general manager of the automotive business, vice president of investor relations, vice president of corporate marketing, general manager of the notebook business, and general manager of the embedded business.
Prior to NVIDIA, Csongor spent 12 years in the minicomputer and PC industry, including eight years at Adaptec, where he led the company’s SCSI host adapter business and served in a variety of product marketing and technical roles. He also held the roles of CEO, vice president and general manager at HearMe Corp.
Csongor holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Villanova University.