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Vehicle Perception Engineer

Job Title
Vehicle Perception Engineer
Job ID
Plymouth,  MI 48170
Other Location

Job Responsibilities(The qualified candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to the following)

  • The candidate will collaborate with other algorithm developers, perception, localization and mapping engineers, and system architects for other subsystems to achieve extremely capable automated vehicle.
  • The candidate will develop perception and sensors technologies enabling automated vehicle features that will integrate into targeted vehicle applications.
  • The candidate will work closely with engineering researchers, software developers, validation engineers, HMI engineers, network engineers and suppliers to develop components and systems to support features.
  • The candidate is expected to lead or support advance technical work that develops, deploys, validates, and optimizes new technologies on sensor, sensing, perception and/or features for automated vehicles.
  • Travel as required.

Job Specifications

  • Bachelor in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, required; Master’s/PhD Degree in Engineering preferred.
  • 5+ years of production automotive experience.
  • Ability to independently carry out all phases of algorithm development, compile, build, debug, simulation, testing, validation and documentation.
  • Ability to produce effective written and verbal communication across a global team.
  • Experience in SW engineering, especially C/C++, debugging skills, and multi-threaded programming, Matlab and Simulink.
  • Tracking theory knowledge such as in Kalman filters.
  • Knowledge about automated driving.
  • Team player and project-oriented.
  • Extensive work ethic.
  • Creative thinking.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with autonomous driving sensors such as Camera, Radar, Lidar and IMU/GPS
  • Background in data/information-fusion, uncertainty-analysis, and the application of stochastic probability models, including Hidden Markov Models and Bayes’ Theorem
  • Experience with Embedded SW Development environments


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