Software / Embedded Systems Engineer / Adafruit Jobs Board

Software / Embedded Systems Engineer position available at Keymeonline.com

New York, NY – Full Time

We are a funded robotics venture looking to grow our technical team with a talented software engineer. You will be working in a fast-paced and self-directed environment. Our subsystems include machine learning, path planning, computer vision, and a good amount of hardware.

Our code base largely consists of C++ and Python, though ideally you would be comfortable working in any language. Our rapid development cycle and short time to market require flexible engineers and an agile development strategy. If you know of a better solution or technology for one of our subsystems, please come on board and take the lead in that area. Experience with real time systems, IPC, actuator control, OpenCV or embedded systems would be helpful. Position offers competitive salary and stock options.

If you are interested, please send your resume with a brief description about yourself and relevant experience to [email protected]

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