What You’ll Do
- Evolve the fleet from a collection of individual vehicles into a living, roving network with integrated metrics and monitoring
- Squeeze CPU and GPU cycles out of our limited onboard hardware resources
- Extend the custom Linux distribution used on the self-driving vehicles
- Create abstract sensor and embedded device interfaces in C++
- Work with autonomy engineers to meet latency requirements for sensor data
- Scale onboard and offboard systems for transporting data to/from the vehicles
- Build HIL (hardware-in-the-loop) test infrastructure to automatically verify onboard code changes and profile performance
- Engineering support for field testing and fleet operations
What You’ll Need
- Professional or hobbyist level familiarity with Linux
- Comfortable reading and developing production quality software with C++ and Python.
- Excellent skills in triaging, isolating, documenting, and tracking issues.
- Ability to analyze test results and build, use and configure automated reporting systems.
- Excellent communication skills with diverse groups of team members including technicians, software and hardware engineers, managers and executives
Bonus Points If
- Familiarity with embedded device integration and sensing equipment, such as LIDAR, radar, or cameras.
- Experience with ROS and/or ground robotics systems.
About the Team
At the Advanced Technologies Group (ATG), we are building technologies that will transform the way the world moves. Our teams in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Phoenix, and Toronto are dedicated to mapping, software and hardware development, vehicle safety, and operations for self-driving technology. Our teams are passionate about developing a self-driving system that will one day move people and things around more safely, efficiently, and cost effectively.
The Onboard Integration team is responsible for developing the core APIs and libraries and for each self-driving platform so that our teams can develop on top of it in a seamless and scalable way.