About the job
This is a 12-month contract opportunity with extension possibility
Maintain, test, and upgrade hardware and software systems installed on autonomous test vehicles.
Measure the performance of the components, sensors, and devices and provide feedback to the technical teams.
Design and manufacture the fixtures and components to be installed on the autonomous test vehicles, fulfilling complex requirements of the research teams.
Conduct troubleshooting, document findings and report on them.
Provide support for critical tasks related to autonomous test vehicles and the related infrastructure.
Bachelors or higher degree in mechatronics engineering or related fields.
Deep understanding of sensors used in robotics, and the mechanical and electrical components that are used to support them.
Experience in testing hardware reliability, functionality, and making clear reports to be used for root-cause-assessment.
Familiar with automotive-related electrical hardware systems.
Hands-on experience in computer-aided design/modeling software.
Hands-on experience with 3D printing and prototype making of mechanical components.
Familiar with PCB design and fluent in one major ECAD software.
Familiar with embedded design procedure, familiar with either a major family of microprocessor or FPGA.
Knowledge in at least one kind of embedded-related programming.
Experience in software development, code review, testing, bug fixes, and troubleshooting.
Hands-on experience in version control systems.
Strong analytical skills, analyzing and interpreting the relevant data.
Master’s or higher degree in mechatronics engineering or related fields.
Experience in Robotics and Robot Operating System (ROS).
Experience in Python and C++ software development.
Proficiency in computer vision and LIDAR technologies.
Experience in autonomous driving industries.
Experience in conducting research and summarizing the findings.
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