Lead Hardware Integration Engineer | Canberra, ACT
|Position Type:||Full Time|
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|Application Close Date:||31-May-2018|
The Guardian Test & Validation team is responsible for developing procedures, methods and tools for testing, verification and validation of our Guardian driver monitoring technology.
About The Opportunity
The Lead Hardware Integration Engineer provides software/hardware quality and is responsible for software requirements and design wherever the hardware design will impact the OS and software application. On a day to day basis, this will involve:
- ensuring firmware and bootloader development is completed on time
- authoring SW requirements based on hardware designs
- managing design and architecture reviews of the software products - based on the understanding of hardware systems and/or changes
- authoring of software user stories and task exit criteria, performing testing on the application and OS development work and authoring and executing user acceptance testing
- fault-finding and troubleshooting of existing systems and verifying issue reports from users, technicians and customers
- author and review technical product documentation e.g. systems architecture products and user manuals for engineers, customers and end users.
You will have:
- tertiary qualifications in systems engineering, electrical engineering, computer science or computer engineering
- commercial experience working in software testing or development
- demonstrated knowledge of circuit design schematics and a general understanding of waveforms and validation of hardware analysis tools like an oscilloscope
- a solid understanding of the overall product development lifecycle (from planning, analysis, design, implementation to maintenance) and how test engineering processes fit within it
- commercial experience with JIRA, Confluence, Perforce, Crucible and Go Build
The following skills and experience would be advantageous:
- experience with Yocto or any other custom Linux OS development/testing
- experience testing and/or developing at the OS/Kernel level
- Python and/or C++
- embedded Linux development/testing
- I2C and Microcode Development Experience
- exposure to working and configuring open-source Linux applications e.g. network manager or modern manager etc.
- ability to identify organizational or process inefficiencies and suggest/implement changes
- developing and testing FPGA products and understanding how they interact with application level software
To apply, please include an updated resume and a cover letter outlining briefly the qualifications, skills and experience that you would bring to the role.
About Seeing Machines
Seeing Machines has over 15 years of research and development, commercial application and proven expertise in intelligent face and eye tracking technology that enable machines to see, understand and assist people. Our core IP brings to life a range of technology applications that make vehicles smarter, with the intelligence to protect, enable and respond. Today, Seeing Machines deploys technology in a number of cutting edge applications such as:
- Commercial road transport
About Guardian Accident Prevention Technology
Guardian by Seeing Machines is a real-time driver fatigue and distraction solution that is scientifically proven to reduce fatigue events by upwards of 90%. Guardian combines in-cab intervention with 24/7 support and analytics services, providing a complete safety solution for commercial vehicles. Today Guardian has intervened in more than 50,000 fatigue or distraction events, and is used by leading transport and logistics companies across the globe.
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