Software Engineer - Machine Vision
Posted on 07/14/2020
Vecna Robotics seeks a software engineer - focusing on machine vision - to be part of a team designing and implementing Vecna's high performance robotic systems. This role is part of a small and agile team reporting to the Chief Architect of Advanced Development.
In this role, you will work in a fast-paced division, generating innovative solutions and working rapidly to make prototypes to test and demonstrate feasibility. You will work with a talented and cross functional engineering team to design and build custom components, actuators, and sensing methods across many products and research areas.
The selected candidate will research, develop, and implement advanced computer vision and deep learning-based algorithms to aid in autonomous vehicle navigation and other operations. You will design, develop, test and prototype advanced computer vision and image processing algorithms for various robotics applications and invent and develop image analysis algorithms. This is a full-time, salaried position.
Minimum Education & Experience
- BS in Computer Science, Physics, Math, or Electrical Engineering; MS preferred.
- 2 years of practical work experience required outside of any academic programs.
- Strong understanding of software design methodologies.
- Strong C++ skills, including experience with C++ open-source libraries.
- Strong Deep Learning, Multi-core, GPU experience,
- Strong background in computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition and related fields.
- Hands-on experience in computer vision such as: 3D reconstruction; camera pose estimation; 2D and 3D tracking; and/or object recognition.
- Proficiency with C/C++ and computer vision libraries (such as OpenCV).
- Deep Learning, Multi-core, GPU experience is a plus.
- Broad knowledge of and experience working with machine learning involving design development of algorithms and techniques is a plus.
- Must be detail-oriented and organized and possess strong communication skills.
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