190 Norseman Street Toronto, ON M8Z 2R4
We're recruiting a Software Engineer - Controls for a Silicon Valley-founded Autonomous Vehicle tech company that has a significant Toronto product development site. This opportunity is a unique chance to join an AV startup that is taking off. We have a strong partnership with our client having placed their Head of Software Engineering and Head of Hardware in Toronto.
Real opportunity to commercialize AV - they solve real problems and have real customers, contracts, and revenues with some of the biggest global enterprises.
Industry-leading team in robotics and AI that have worked successfully together in a distributed team model.
Become one of the key Toronto-based leaders & help establish the company as a leader in the Toronto AV community.
Collaborate with leading research teams @ U of Waterloo and U of Toronto.
Develop control systems for autonomous vehicles, ensuring that the behavior of our vehicles is safe and smooth
Develop scalable frameworks to support many types of vehicles and configurations
Implement distributed software to process vehicle data and perform validation testing
Improve onboard software stack stability, health monitoring, and error reporting
Design efficient components and optimize existing software for limited compute platforms
Optimize the trajectory planning to achieve a comfortable and smooth ride
Bachelors or a higher degree in CS, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
Experience with classical control and optimization techniques, LQR, MPC
3+ years of industry experience using C++ and Python in production
Familiarity with state estimation techniques, trajectory planning algorithms, and drive-by-wire systems
Solid understanding and hands-on experience in one or more of: Operating Systems, Databases, Concurrency, Linux Kernel, Compilers, Distributed Systems, etc
Experience in characterizing vehicle dynamics and behaviour models
Knowledge of robotics and frameworks such as ROS or LCM
Linux kernel development experience
Familiarity with state-of-the-art 3D control simulation frameworks
Experience with CAN bus
Experience with SocketCAN
Apply today or contact Brandon Shim-Ping, Director of Talent, at brandon AT grossmandorland DOT com to learn more.
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