C++ Software Engineers | Canberra, ACT
|Position Type:||Full Time|
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|Application Close Date:||31-Jan-2019|
As the world grapples with impacts of road and traffic accidents, increased air travel and the emergence of automated vehicle technology, Seeing Machines enhances safety with camera-based driver monitoring technology.
About the opportunity
As a key member of our Automotive Product Engineering team, you will:
- build state-of-the-art computer vision and machine learning technology for autonomous vehicles
- collaborate with world-class Scientists and Engineers
- code C++ for SoCs and automotive-grade operating systems
- design and architect reusable software components
- profile and accelerate algorithms
- debug and troubleshoot software issues
- collaborate on design reviews and code reviews
- work closely with the world's leading car makers and be part of the Seeing Machines journey as we help shape the future of automotive technology
You will have:
- commercial experience developing production-quality C++ code
- ability to develop both low-level and high-level code, from device drivers to high-level applications
- experience writing code for multi-core SoCs
- experience with ASPICE, CMMI, or equivalent industry standard
- an aptitude for software architecture and design
- a natural approach to collaborative problem solving
- well developed communication skills
- a commitment to quality and strong attention to detail
To apply, please include an updated resume and a cover letter outlining your interest in the role, and how you could make a difference at Seeing Machines.
About Seeing Machines
Specialised computer vision algorithms underpin Seeing Machines core camera-based driver monitoring technology. Algorithms allow us to precisely track eye gaze, head position and pupil size, while our state-of the-art AI technology analyses the data to quickly and accurately detect driver drowsiness, distraction and microsleep levels.
The why of our technology
- According to the World Health Organisation, over 1.3 million people die in road accidents, globally.
- The American Automobile Association says that 1 in every 10 auto accidents in the US is fatigue related and that 25% of US car accidents are caused by distraction.
- European Commission recommends that camera-based driver monitoring technology be mandated to enhance safety in cars, vans, trucks and buses from 2022.
- Air traffic is set to double over 15 years and the world's aviation fleet is set to double in 20 years. This creates a huge demand for more pilots and air traffic management which increases pressure on training and safety frameworks for the aviation industry, globally.
- Seeing Machines' Guardian technology for commercial fleets has been scientifically proven to reduce fatigue related driver events by more than 90%.
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