Embedded SW Developer Sensor Fusion Automated Driving

Ref No. EMP401780
Location Stuttgart, Germany
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Our client, a major TIER 1 supplier to the automotive industry is looking for talented C++ Software engineer with experience in automotive series-develpment projects.

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C++, driver assistance systems, ECU, automotive

The Job

Your role would comprise the following tasks:

  • implement efficient software for running an environment model, perception, sensor-data-fusion and tracking algorithms on computer prototypes and embedded ECUs on the car.
  • support your colleagues in implementing algorithms in resource-optimal software and contribute your own experience to the team.
  • test and evaluate your developments intensively with simulations and in-ehicle.
  • work in cooperation and coordination with teams of different departments in an international environment

You meet the following criteria:

  • you have a degree in Robotics, computer science, mathematics or related.
  • you are an expert in C/C++ and have worked in automotive series-development projects
  • you have >3 years product-development experience as a software developer in driver assistance projects. Knowledge of tracking algorithms and experience workin with sensor data( camera, radar, lidar) is a plus.
  • you are able to transform complex algorithms in time-aligned and efficient Software on computers as well as on embedded controllers and ECUs'
  • you are responsible, you like teamwork and you have good communication skills
  • you work independently, goal-oriented and analytically.

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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