Get to Know Us
We create autonomous vehicles. From building the first self-driving cars to creating the first aerial transportation drones, to launching satellites into space, we are re-imagining the way autonomous vehicles can have an impact on last-mile logistics.
Our founders, Jason Calaiaro and Kevin Peterson, met at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the world’s most prestigious computer science department and robotics institution.
In 2015 the two CMU graduates reconnected to form Marble, the most intelligent and reliable fleet of delivery robots to reinvent last mile logistics for today’s delivery needs. The company has grown to include a diverse and wildly talented team, whose skills span software and hardware development, design, operations and government relations.
As Co-Founder and CEO of Marble, Kevin Peterson steers the direction and strategy of the business. Kevin also ensures that the robots are capable of seamlessly navigating the city and efficiently routing to their destination by leading the team that builds the software that detects people, cars and other objects, as well as the proprietary mapping technology to map the city’s sidewalks.
Over his career, Kevin has developed autonomous cars, a submarine-chasing ship, lunar landers and rovers, and a robotic tractor for unexploded ordnance survey before turning his attention to Marble.
As Co-Founder and the hardware lead at Marble, Jason Calaiaro is in charge of the hardware engineering and design of the robots. He has developed Marble’s modularity system, technology that Marble has filed as a provisional patent, which enables Marble to alter a robot’s cargo bay and support varied delivery use cases.
Jason served as Chief Information Officer and Director of Propulsion at Astrobotic, designed and built spacecraft and lunar rovers for exploring the moon, and built the first transportation drones at Matternet before founding Marble with Kevin.
Why Did I Choose to Work at Marble?
“As a former special education teacher, I feel that Marble's vision will help those with special needs to live a life of greater accessibility and independence.”
Kevin Lee, Operations Specialist
“It’s awesome (and challenging!) to be using cutting-edge technology to bring robots out of research labs and factories to where they’ll be interacting with people in constantly-changing environments.”
Lauren Miller, Robotics Software Engineer
"I believe that Marble's technology will responsibly reshape, as we know it, the way we think about accessibility and transportation of goods with a safe autonomous system."
Carlos Loera, Project Manager