Embedded C++ Linux Engineer
Washington, District Of Columbia
$100k - $170k
Job Opportunity: Embedded C++ Linux Engineer for Automated Drone Delivery Robotics
Are you a talented engineer with a passion for robotics, embedded C++ programming, and Linux systems? Join us as we revolutionize the future of automated drone delivery for food and groceries.
Position: Embedded C++ Linux Engineer
Clearance: No security clearance required
A trailblazing force in the field of automated drone delivery technology. We are dedicated to creating cutting-edge solutions that enhance convenience and efficiency in urban logistics, making food and grocery deliveries faster and more reliable.
- Develop and optimize embedded software using C++ within a Linux environment for our automated drone delivery robotics.
- Collaborate with a cross-functional team to integrate software with the hardware components of our delivery drones.
- Implement real-time communication protocols, flight control algorithms, and system interfaces to ensure seamless drone operations.
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related field.
- Proficiency in embedded C++ programming and Linux system development.
- Familiarity with real-time operating systems (RTOS) and embedded Linux.
- Experience with software development for robotics systems, control algorithms, and communication protocols.
- Knowledge of sensor integration, motor control, and navigation systems.
- Familiarity with version control tools like Git.
- Passion for drones, robotics, and automation technology.
- Previous work on autonomous systems, AI, or machine learning is a plus.
- Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
- Opportunity to work on groundbreaking projects in the field of automated drone delivery.
- Collaborative and forward-thinking work environment.
- Opportunities for skill development and career growth.
If you're excited about shaping the future of automated drone delivery technology, we encourage you to apply. Be part of a team that's changing the way people experience food and grocery deliveries.
Posted by: Steven Moyer