GeoDigital is recruiting software developers for the autonomous driving team

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From Richard Pollock

GeoDigital's innovative Autonomous Driving team is reshaping how geospatial data
are acquired and interpreted, and the way that road vehicles use the interpretation
results. This involves LIDAR and image sensing, spatial databases, photogrammetry,
GNSS, inertial sensing, machine vision, machine learning, and embedded system development.

GeoDigital is recuiting a full-time senior-level and a full-time intermediate-level
software developer, both to work in our Lompoc, California, 93436 USA office.
The work for these positions will include participation in the development of the
following:

- software tools to increase the efficiency of GeoDigital's data interpretation activities

- embedded software systems for route feature data management

- embedded software systems for vehicle localization refinement

- techniques for updating route feature data and distributing updates to user vehicles

Development software systems used internally in this work include the Point Cloud Library (PCL),
the Robot Operating System (ROS), OpenCV, and CUDA.


Benefits of working for GeoDigital:

- Comprehensive medical, vision and dental coverage, with employer contribution to HSA.

- Company paid Life Insurance, ADD, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability.

- Company contribution to 401k.

- Flexible scheduling.

-Collaborative team-oriented working environment.  


Senior-level software developer position qualifications:

- university degree in an engineering or science field with a computing emphasis.

- a minimum of 7 years of industrial software development experience with steadily increasing
  responsibilities, or a research-based graduate degree and a minimum of 5 years of industrial
  software development experience with steadily increasing responsibilities.

- expert-level C, C++, and Python programming skills.

- familiarity with development toolchains on Windows and Linux platforms.

- experience in the selection and application of techniques from one or more of the
  following fields: machine vision, point cloud processing, photogrammetry, computational
  geometry, machine learning.

- working knowledge of terrestrial coordinate systems.


Intermediate-level software developer position qualifications:

- university degree in in an engineering or science with a computing emphasis.

- a minimum of 5 years industrial software development experience with steadily increasing
  responsibilities

- expert-level C, C++, and Python programming skills

- familiarity with development toolchains on Windows and Linux platforms


For both positions, experience with one or more of ROS, PCL, OpenCV, or CUDA is desirable.


To apply for either position, please send your resume to gayle@nimbushrsolutions.com
or visit our website at www.geodigital.com/careers.

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