Senior Radar Software Engineer
Starship Technologies offers visa sponsorship
Starship Technologies will arrange the immigration paperwork required for the winning candidate and cover the associated costs.
in Tallinn, Estonia
We are looking for a software developer to join our spirited and motivated team of pragmatic signal processing and self-driving engineers. Read more about Starship Technologies
- You have experience with radars, and more specifically doppler FMCW radars.
- You have experience with data-driven development.
- You can produce real-time algorithms with tight constraints.
- You can write production level code.
- You have experience with C++ or something similar.
- You have experience with object tracking, sensor fusion or signal processing.
- Experience and interest in electronics is a strong plus.
- Apply and let's discuss your salary and benefits.
Starship Technologies is developing the future of delivery – self-driving robots that will bring goods to people all around the world.
We have entered commercial pilots with hundreds of robots driving along sidewalks across the United States and four countries in Europe. Soon there will be thousands and millions of robots around the world.
Autonomous driving is difficult – our unstructured vibrant world is one of high complexity where anything can happen. Luckily sensor technology is constantly improving, allowing robots to tackle ever more complex environments.
Currently, the two main types of sensors are cameras and an array of four radars. Just now, we are making another hardware leap with our radars: from continuous-wave doppler radar to frequency-modulated continuous-wave doppler radar for a richer input. Writing software for FMCW radar (and our future radar iterations) is not trivial and we could use some help in here.
In short, your first contribution would be to write the smarts behind our new frequency-modulated continuous-wave doppler radar. We’ll also look towards you to direct future radar designs and you’ll get to see self-driving robots become ubiquitous and make deliveries convenient and useful along the way.
About Starship Technologies in Tallinn, Estonia
Starship Technologies builds self-driving local delivery robots. We are disrupting a 2-trillion-dollar local deliveries industry and we believe our robots will revolutionise local delivery. We envision a world where you can send and receive anything you want, anytime and anywhere. Our engineering expertise, combined with our experience of co-founding Skype, is enabling us to turn this into reality.
Starship Technologies was launched in 2014 by Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis. Our business headquarters are in London and our engineering in Estonia.
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