Terabee is a multi-award winning startup that designs, develops and produces the world’s smallest, lightest and fastest sensors and sensing solutions for advanced robotics. With a particular focus on distance sensing, mapping, SLAM and obstacle avoidance. Our TeraRanger brand of sensors are small, lightweight (8g) and fast, making them perfect for fast-moving ground and airborne robots.
Terabee is currently looking for a drone-oriented software developer. (Both junior and senior applicants will be considered). As a member of the R&D application team you will be crafting software solutions for customer platforms, and helping solve a vast array of fascinating challenges in the robotics domain.
Develop custom solutions that harness state of the art sensing technology to improve customer drone platforms and solve specific challenges and use cases
Develop and maintain drivers for TeraRanger sensors for Pixhawk-based projects (PX4 and Arducopter) as well as our own ROS packages
Participate in Code and Architecture reviews, striving to develop high quality solutions
Working knowledge of C++, Python an advantage
Practical experience with developing solutions for UAV flight controllers
Good understanding of cutting-edge technologies in Control Theory and Robotics
Knowledge of at least one version control system, preferably Git
Nice to have:
Knowledge of Robot Operating System (ROS)
History of developing software for embedded systems
Experience in developing or applying 2D or 3D SLAM algorithms
Experience in piloting drones
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a young, dynamic and fast-moving organisation and to develop your skills at the leading edge of technology.
Location: Saint-Genis-Pouilly, France (on the border with Geneva, Switzerland and right next to our partners at CERN. Good English language skills are essential. Applications from European Nationals, or those with appropriate visa’s, preferred.
Applications: Please send your CV and a cover letter to email@example.com with the title ‘Drone software developer’ in the subject line.
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