ASV Global is seeking an engineer with experience developing algorithms for real-time sensor processing. Our vessels are equipped with a variety of sensors from LIDARS to HD cameras. You will join the team responsible for improving our sensing capabilities. You will write real time code to process and fuse data from multiple sensors to get an accurate and consistent representation of the state of the world. This involves sensor fusion, segmentation, tracking, and prediction of contacts, as well as localization for our own ship.
The more information we have, the more effectively we can operate autonomously, so you will ensure that we have as much information as possible. Your work will directly affect the overall performance and safety of our vessels and those around us. You should be familiar with the state-of-the-art in sensor processing and committed to staying up to date with the latest developments. You should be passionate about doing things the right way, and not cutting corners. If this sounds like your kind of work, get in touch; we’d love to hear from you.
Autonomous Sensing Engineer
About ASV Global:
We are a fast paced, rapidly expanding, world leading company, specialising in the design, build and operation of unmanned maritime vehicles and control systems. We operate in the Military, energy and research sectors and build innovative, technologically advanced products to solve difficult problems.
Our success is due to the people we employ – if you’re smart, adaptable, highly productive, a team player and relish the challenge that comes with solving difficult problems then ASV Global is for you.
Our software developers are a tightly knit group of extremely talented individuals. There’s a pervasive desire to do things the right way, even when that takes longer than the easy way. If a developer is stuck or can’t decide on the best way to do something, it’s common for them to walk down the hall and get someone else’s opinion. We practice a meritocracy here: the best idea is the one we use, whether it comes from the project lead or an intern. This means that every individual can have a significant impact on our product and ultimately the success of the company.
We are also firm believers in self-improvement and constant growth: that’s why we have monthly “lunch-and-learn” gatherings where one developer on our team presents some topic that may be unfamiliar to the rest of us. Examples include an overview of machine learning, computer vision, or the latest C++ standards. We believe that maintaining a solid work/life balance is crucial to the well-being of our employees. Furthermore, we understand the need for a flexible work schedule to deal with unexpected situations. Of course, we also provide all the standard perks–paid sick leave, vacation time, health benefits, and 401k matching.
Furthermore, our software stack includes software development in modern C++ on Red Hat-family Linux. We use Confluence and JIRA for project management, Mercurial for version control, Jenkins for continuous integration, and ReviewBoard for code review. Experience with any of these tools is a plus.
This position requires use of information which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Applicants must be a U.S. Person as per 22 CFR 120.15 in order to satisfy export
In addition, applicants should meet the following requirements:
Responsible to: Technical Director of Software
Salary: Dependent on Experience
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