Nvidia is hiring a
Senior Embedded Software Engineer, Autonomous Vehicles
NVIDIA has been transforming computer graphics, PC gaming, and accelerated computing for more than 25 years. It’s a unique legacy of innovation that’s fueled by great technology—and amazing people.
Today, we’re tapping into the unlimited potential of AI to define the next era of computing. An era in which our GPU acts as the brains of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can understand the world. Doing what’s never been done before takes vision, innovation, and the world’s best talent. As an NVIDIAN, you’ll be immersed in a diverse, supportive environment where everyone is inspired to do their best work. Come join the team and see how you can make a lasting impact on the world.
The Autonomous Vehicles Platform Team is looking for Senior Software Engineers to develop and bring NVIDIA's automotive platform out to the world. You will participate in a focused effort define productive ground-breaking solutions that will redefine the world of transportation and the growing field of self-driving cars. You will work with hardworking and dedicated multi-functional engineering development teams across various vehicle subsystems to integrate their work into our autonomous driving DRIVE SW platform, while achieving or exceeding all meaningful NVIDIA and automotive standards & guidelines. You'll find the work is exciting, fun, and very meaningful. Proven strong software design and development experience is a must.
What you’ll be doing :
Software design, development and bring-up of applications designed to reliably capture and record data from various sensors such as Cameras, Radars, Lidars, etc on an autonomous vehicle platform.
Collaborate with software, hardware and systems engineering teams to enable development of autonomous vehicle data recorders, debug and resolve in-vehicle system issues, ensuring that NVIDIA HW and SW solutions are correctly integrated and working on autonomous development vehicles
Regularly engage with partner teams directly to develop new feature sets, customize, integrate and productize Hyperion DRIVE platform software.
Define target performance metrics for platform software stability and continuously improve platform software scalability and reliability.
Analyze complex technical issues across software and hardware domains and independently drive issue analysis and resolution across multiple teams
Work in an environment which involves Hypervisor, Linux, QNX RTOS
BS or MS in CS/CE/EE (or equivalent experience)
3+ years in a related field
Excellent communication and organization skills, with a logical approach to problem solving, good time management and task prioritization
Excellent C, C++, Python programming skills
Experience with embedded system software development involving Linux/RTOS on ARM based SoC's.
Strong debugging skills from application to kernel level and comfortable working across SW/HW domains
Device driver knowledge is a major plus
Master of software debugging tools: software debuggers, analyzers, trace loggers
Prior experience with Autonomous Vehicles or Robotic systems
Familiarity with POSIX, QNX RTOS and associated development and debugging tools
Prior experience working with CAN bus, Radar, Lidar is a plus
Widely considered to be one of the technology world’s most desirable employers, NVIDIA offers highly competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. As you plan your future, see what we can offer to you and your family www.nvidiabenefits.com/
NVIDIA is committed to fostering a diverse work environment and proud to be an equal opportunity employer. As we highly value diversity in our current and future employees, we do not discriminate (including in our hiring and promotion practices) on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status or any other characteristic protected by law.
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