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Cepton Technologies Names Neil Huntingdon as Vice President of Business Development

December 19, 2018

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 19, 2018--Cepton Technologies, Inc., a provider of 3D LiDAR solutions for automotive, industrial and mapping applications, today announced the hiring of Mr. Neil Huntingdon as Vice President of Business Development. Huntingdon will be responsible for Cepton’s business development and customer growth globally, leading a talented team across the world. Most recently, he was Vice President EMEIA at Quanergy.

“With the addition of Neil and also Jerone this past month, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the market’s most seasoned LiDAR executives are witnessing the power of Cepton and our high performance Micro-Motion Technology (MMT™) LiDAR,” said Jun Pei, CEO and co-founder of Cepton Technologies. “We have spent the past few years working tirelessly on our sensors ensuring that they deliver on the industry’s needs. I’m proud to say that by appointing Neil to our leadership team, 2019 will be a pivotal year for Cepton as our presence grows and our product leadership shines around the world. Welcome to the team, Neil.”

Huntingdon has a lengthy career in innovative and disruptive technology business development across the image processing, industrial, IoT and embedded markets. Most recently at Quanergy, he managed all business development in the extended EMEIA market. Prior to that, he held senior sales positions at Apical (ARM), MCCI and Transdimension (Oxford Semi). Huntingdon began his career as the European Sales Director for GSI Technology and Alliance Semiconductor.

Said Huntingdon: “Cepton’s LiDAR products already address the real needs of key markets. With the combination of high resolution, low cost, long-range, small size and lightweight sensors, so much is possible. Cepton – in only two years – has delivered and shipped a portfolio of products that outperform the biggest and most established companies in the LiDAR market. Hands down, Cepton has what it takes and I am happy to join the team.”

The appointment of Huntingdon closes out a successful year for Cepton. In addition to the company’s bevy of customer acquisitions, Cepton also announced a number of significant partnerships. Cepton partnered with Koito Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TYO:7276), a leading global tier-one supplier of exterior automotive lighting, and May Mobility, the first autonomous vehicle company to replace existing transportation systems with its fleets of self-driving micro-shuttles. As Cepton expands its portfolio into 2019 and beyond, transportation will continue to be a key focus for the company, including autonomous vehicles on the road, along with off-road applications such as mining, agriculture and heavy equipment.

To learn more about Cepton Technologies, please visit: http://www.cepton.com/

About Cepton Technologies, Inc.

Cepton Technologies, Inc. is a 3D sensing solutions provider shipping next-generation LiDAR products for the automotive, industrial and mapping markets. Founded in 2016 and led by LiDAR and advanced image industry veterans, Cepton has a leadership team that recognizes where the automotive industry and Internet of Things (IoT) market are headed and have deployed four advanced LiDAR solutions that are mapping the future. Cepton LiDAR technology delivers unrivaled detection range and resolution at low cost, to enable perception for the fast growing market for smart machines. For more information, visit http://www.cepton.com/.

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SOURCE: Cepton Technologies, Inc.

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