Continental Algorithm Engineer Computer Vision ADAS in Queretaro, Mexico
Algorithm Engineer Computer Vision ADAS
The Sensing and Driving Functions Algorithm Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, and maintainance of features in radar, camera, fusion, and/or vehicle control systems. He/she will actively work with internal and external engineering teams to bring high-quality products into production.
Research and development of computer vision algorithms for embedded platforms to meet product requirements.
Prototyping and implementation in simulation tools followed by porting to embedded environments.
Continuous improvement of algorithms through automated testing and live testing in vehicles.
Ensure the quality of the delivered software.
Utilize advanced data analysis techniques to provide insight and inspire future development.
Maintain a thorough understanding of customer and product requirements.
Collaboration with internal and external worldwide teams.
Follow Continental's Material Life Cycle development process, including code, requirements, and test result reviews.
Effective communication in English (TOEIC 700+)
BS degree in related field: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics
Minimum 5 years of experience developing complex computer vision algorithms
Proficient at implementing efficient algorithms with C/C++ programming
Skilled at analyzing large sets of data using Python/Matlab
Experience with source control systems (Git), bug tracking (Jira), and agile development practices (Scrum)
Good understanding of code quality metrics, unit testing, static analysis, and test driven development
Solid knowledge of filtering algorithms, machine learning, and computer geometry
Strong ability to solve problems in logic, mathematics, and dynamics
Willingness to work on different sensor products, and serve many different roles to fill department needs
Fluent communication in English (TOEIC 900+)
M.S./Ph.D. degree in related field: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics
Minimum 3 years of experience developing complex computer vision algorithms for commercial automotive applications
Proficient solving problems in logic, mathematics, and dynamics
Self-motivated, with an ability to work within a team or autonomously
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The Autonomous Mobility and Safety Business Area integrates safety technologies and controls vehicle dynamics to ensure safe and comfortable driving. The objective is to implement "Vision Zero", the vision of accident-free driving. Autonomous Mobility and Safety's components and system capabilities are prerequisites for autonomous mobility.
Autonomous Mobility and Safety (AMS)