Luminar Technologies announced that it had hired two executives from Tesla and Intel.
The maker of sensors and software for autonomous vehicles said that Alan Prescott joins as chief legal officer, following his role as general counsel at Tesla. Prior to working four years at Tesla, Prescott led Uber’s Advanced Technology Group’s legal team as senior counsel overseeing commercial, regulatory, litigation, privacy and cybersecurity.
Trey Campbell is joining Luminar as vice president and leader of its investor relations department. Prior to joining Luminar, he worked 20 years at Intel, starting as a financial analyst and later becoming the vice president of investor relations.
Last month, Luminar provided estimates for 2021 revenue at $25 million to $30 million, compared with around $14 million for 2020.