Lead the future of automotive. Steer and verify the autonomous vehicles of tomorrow. Responsibilities: Join a high-performing international environment that incubates the Autonomous Vehicles Imagine AV traffic scenarios and define their dynamic…
Lead the future of automotive. Steer and verify the autonomous vehicles of tomorrow.
- Join a high-performing international environment that incubates the Autonomous Vehicles
- Imagine AV traffic scenarios and define their dynamic characteristics
- Use your programming skills and a Domain Specific Language to implement scenarios
- Put the AV to the test using a simulator or a real test-track setup
- Debug the [near-]crash situations using specialized software tools
- Implement algorithms that automatically analyze metrics and identify dangerous situations
- Pump your Python muscle to improve the Continuous Integration infrastructure
Required Skills and Qualifications:
- Practical experience with C++/Java/OOP languages
- Practical experience with Python
- Competitive salary
- Medical insurance
- Company events
- Driving License (B) Course and Exam if necessary
- Professional Development
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