Rob Millar started his career in the automotive industry in 1992 working as an electronics engineer with AB Automotive Electronics. There he was responsible for the development and testing of body control systems used on vehicles from Jaguar, Land Rover and others.
In 1995 he moved to TWR Engineering, initially responsible for the engineering of electronic systems on the Volvo C70 coupe and convertible.
Following this he led electrical project teams in the implementation of technology leadership projects for Ford and General Motors and many concept vehicles including the:
- Ford Fiesta I3 DISI ASM
- Bugatti Veyron
- Audi S4+
- Vauxhall Omega MV8
- Ford Focus convertible
- BTO concept
- General Motors Proactive Maintenance project
In 2003 he left TWR for Ricardo Vehicle Engineering concentrating on their military vehicle and technology demonstration programs. In 2004 he left Ricardo and founded RDVS.