Matt Rendall, CEO
OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath
Matt Rendall is CEO and Co-Founder of OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath, where he is responsible for driving the strategic commercialization of industrial telerobotics and autonomous system as well as the strategic vision for the Company. Within 18 months of inception, Matt led Clearpath to become a leader in unmanned vehicles for research and development and has since expanded into the manufacturing sector with the launch of its industrial self-driving vehicle division: OTTO Motors. The division provides self-driving vehicle technology for material transport to some of the world’s most innovative brands including GE and John Deere.
Matt began his career by developing and commercializing complex electro-mechanical systems, and held various research and development positions in automation, automotive, and defense
industries. Matt holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the inaugural Mechatronics Engineering class at the University of Waterloo, and a Masters in Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology also from the University of Waterloo. His thought leadership brought the company early success, along with a variety of accolades including the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award for Young Entrepreneur and Business Insider’s 40 Under 40 People to Watch recognition.
About OTTO Motors
OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath, provides self-driving vehicles designed exclusively for indoor material transport. The vehicles operate with infrastructure-free navigation, offering intelligent, safe, efficient, and reliable transportation for industrial centers. www.ottomotors.com.
Clearpath provides industry-leading self-driving technology, products, and services to over 500 of the world’s most innovative brands. Proprietary hardware, software, and services are delivered through the company’s industrial and research divisions: OTTO Motors Clearpath Robotics. www.clearpath.ai
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