At CareAR, our mission is to Make Expertise Accessible with live visual AR interactions, instructions, and intelligence in order to drive game-changing operational efficiencies, customer outcomes and enhanced safety.
We envision a world where human intelligence and information are augmented with contextual data delivered on-demand across devices from desktop to drones to support any situation from the “chair to the air”.
We are an innovative team that really does Care. We have deep enterprise experiences building scalable communications software platforms and solutions. Our IP and collective team understand the value of delivering delightful and frictionless user experiences at scale.
Co-Founder & CEO
Sam Waicberg is the co-founder and CEO of CareAR. Previously, Sam spent 15 years in executive leadership roles helping create solutions that disrupt industries and transform work functions. Those include SVP Business Development for Vidyo, a pioneer in video collaboration, CMO of Genband, an $800M communications applications provider, and CEO of Iperia, a venture backed mobile platform provider, leading through its acquisition by Genband.
Co-Founder & CTO
Chetan Gandhi is the co-founder and CTO of CareAR. Previously, Chetan spent 12 years as leading engineering and product management functions for Vidyo, a global video collaboration platform provider. Chetan was instrumental in creating some of the first embedded video enabled solutions across healthcare and banking, as well as a key contributor to the company’s overall API platform strategy. Chetan also worked at Intel for over 7 years as a technical architect within their telecommunications industry.
Chief AR Architect
Omer has more than 20 years of experience in innovation and emerging technologies. Prior, Omer was Head of Technical Innovation at Vulcan Inc., where his team was tackling some of the world’s most complex problems. Omer also spent 12-years at Microsoft, leading engineering management for both the Mixed Reality at Work group and the Hololens experiences group, which included 3D scanning and AR applications, SLAM and 3D reconstruction algorithms.