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Assume responsibility of non-management position within a company and work within advanced engineering groups regarding development of intelligent products and on-board implementation of machine intelligence.The work encompasses development, verification and validation of artificial intelligence or machine learning algorithms, prescriptive and predictive analytics and applications to vehicle platforms or systems using embedded or edge computing hardware. The target platforms or systems include, but not limited to, conventional, hybrid or electric vehicle powertrains, advanced suspensions, material handling and other auxiliary equipment for on-road and off-road applications.
ESSENTIAL DUTY AND RESPSONSIBILITY
Conduct independent research and development on new technologies and establish requirements (resources, equipment, estimates, test plans, and milestones) according to the needs of a project related to real-time operating system (RTOS), Autosar, embedded systems, open-source tools, Internet of Things (IOT), edge computing and architecture virtualization
Carry out the technical aspects of advanced vehicle system controls research and development in the aspect of implementation using embedded software tools, version control and configuration management, verification and validation, DevOps and CI/CD software
Work with internal and external project teams on advanced control development efforts independently with minimum supervision using embedded software and model-based development tool suites
Assist developing or integrating control strategies and implementation in a virtual simulation environment using modeling tools (such as AMESIM, Matlab/Simulink/Stateflow etc.) or hardware-in-the-loop simulators and transferring simulated strategies to vehicle testing and eventual production implementation
Conduct feasibility studies and project estimates (manpower, budget development, and timelines etc.) on proposed projects
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering and 5-plus years related experience
Master's degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering and 3-year related experience
Work experience in electrical-electronics (E-E) system architecture design, real-time operating system, Linux, and embedded virtualization preferred
Embedded software development experiences using C/C++/C# or Python Automotive or heavy-duty vehicle background with vehicle control system experiences
Work experience in automotive or heavy-duty vehicle CAN bus and architecture Work experience in Wind River Vxworks, Linux operating systems, drivers and peripheral handling, dSPACE or Vector tools
Have the essential controls/software education background and with in-depth work-related experiences
Strong and efficient time management, communication and critical thinking skills Strong presentation skills and able to confidently interface internal or external customers
Solve technical hurdles and troubleshooting guidelines independently with clarity and assess the priorities based on business needs
Strongly motivated in learning new technologies and skills in controls and artificial intelligence fields
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