Localization expert wanted at Synapticon

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From Nikolai Ensslen via ros-users@

at Synapticon we're urgently looking for an expert in localization and navigation with good experience in ROS and with LIDARs and/or comparable sensors. Gazebo and control theory skills are a plus. 

Your job would be a responsible software development role in a project for autonomous control of vessels in docking situations.

Fixed-term and freelance contract is possible. Location could be whether Stuttgart, Germany or Redwood City, California. For periods, the project requires to travel to San Diego or Miami.


Synapticon is building the most comprehensive platform to create powerful control systems and complementary services. Our technology delivers best-in-class performance, ultimate flexibility and unparalleled accessibility. We dramatically reduce the time required to develop R&D prototypes of advanced systems and turn them into optimized custom designs for our client's series products. Leading innovators in research and industry are working with Synapticon to create some of the most progressive products in robotics, industrial appliances and electromobility.

Synapticon provides you with an environment that believes that everything is possible. Who is strongly moving things forward, at Synapticon will generally receive strong support rather than obstacles. We're living an honest and appreciating community of friends working together, in which authority comes from capability, not from hierarchy. Our common dream is enabling the future and actively help building it.

Sounds interesting? Please send us your CV and anything else that explains your background and motivation tocareer@synapticon.com

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