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Will traffic be safe in the future? At AstaZero you will contribute to enabling challenging tests of automated and connected vehicles to ensure the safe and sustainable traffic environment of tomorrow!
AstaZero, a joint venture between RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden (ri.
se) and Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers.se), is a non-profit world-leading high-tech test center for research and development within active safety, connected and automated transport. The test center has a unique capacity with its own proving ground and digital environments that create the opportunity to conduct, support and accelerate research and development in the transport sector. Development often takes place through partnerships and in close cooperation with vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, authorities and universities from all over the world.
Take the chance to join the journey towards a safe automated and connected transport system! With your contribution, we will enable challenging tests of automated and connected vehicles for a safe and sustainable traffic environment. Help us continue to be a world leader in verifying tomorrows automated and connected transport systems!
You will be an important part of our R&D department, where we develop solutions that ensure the reliability of the transport system in terms of road safety in the future. By participating in research projects together with industry and academia, you contribute to the technologies that shape tomorrow's safe and secure transport systems and infrastructure. Your focus will be on the development of virtual testing environments and software related to virtual testing. As a software development engineer, you will be part of a growing team working in both our own development projects and research projects together with several different companies. The goal is to create software that contributes to increased ability, both short-term and long-term, regarding verification testing at AstaZero. You will also interact with other areas such as the “development of network communication scenarios and autonomous test systems” and “digital systems and test management”. In your role at AstaZero, you will work independently, while maintaining a close dialogue in the team, which follows an agile approach. Your work is mainly done at the development office at Lindholmen Science Park, but a lot of activities will also take place on our proving ground outside Borås.
Who are you?
You are driven by curiosity and you like new challenges. It is important that you are self-motivated, able to take initiatives and have your own drive. Taking the initiative and pursuing new ideas comes naturally for you.
- You have a M.Sc. in Computer science, Engineering Physics, Electrical engineering or similar.
- You have worked with a simulation tool such as CARLA, CarMaker, PRO-SiVIC or dSPACE
- You have good C++ programming skills and preferably good knowledge of Python.
- You have work experience within sensor system like camera, radar and lidar.
- You have some experience with Linux / UNIX environments.
- You are fluent in Swedish and English in both speech and writing.
- Driving license B is a requirement. The position is based in Gothenburg, but you will also spend working time at our proving ground.
- Experience working with git it is a merit.
- Courses like “Sensor fusion and nonlinear filtering” or “Deep machine learning” is a merit.
- Experience working with gaming engines is valuable (e.g. Unity and Unreal Engine)
Great emphasis will be placed on personal characteristics.
Are we right for each other?
At AstaZero, we like different and we are convinced that diversity contributes to an innovative environment where we together challenge boundaries and develop new knowledge and skills for the future. With us, passionate problem solvers meet to solve some of the world's most important, and perhaps funniest, problems. We cannot promise you an easy job, but what we can promise you is a bunch of committed colleagues and some exciting societal challenges to tackle. You will work in a dynamic environment that gives you development opportunities both professionally and personally. With us, you get the opportunity to make a real difference.
Do you want to know more?
If this sounds exciting and you want to know more, please contact Peter Eriksson, Research engineer, phonenumber: 0707-235790, or Nadja Svahn, Department manager R&D, phonenumber: 0705-526163. Final application date is March 17, 2021. Interviews will take place continuously during the application period.
Union representatives: Henrik Biswanger, SACO, 010 516 61 57.
Calls from external recruitment companies and sales persons are kindly declined as we rule under the Public Procurement Act.
Traffic safety, Verification, Automation, Self-driving, Connectivity
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