Hardware Developer for Vision Systems

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Employer: Veoneer
Domain:
  • Engineering
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • Timisoara
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 03.04.2019
    Short company description

    We innovate at the frontiers of engineering, uniting the physical sciences with artificial intelligence and machine learning. Join our international team of 8600 people in 13 countries.

    Requirements

    What you'll bring:

    - HW experience at least 3 years (testing, validation, PCB design, schematic design,
    HDI design);
    - Strong knowledge with Power Supply, Oscilloscope, External load, Measurement
    Equipment;
    - Knowledge about HW filters, Analog/Digital signals, Communications protocols;
    - Experience in simulation with Hyperlynx, SI, PI;
    - Mentor Graphics, PLM, C is a plus;
    - Knowledge of ISO26262 is a plus.

    Responsibilities

    What you'll do?

    - As a Hardware Developer for active safety products you will be working on
    Vision/Night Vision Camera-based systems. You will be involved in the whole
    chain, requirements break down/decomposition, HW architecture, design,
    DFMEA, verification on documentation;
    - Our designs incorporate both analog and digital parts. These contain, power
    supply, DSPs, FPGAs, Flash, RAM (LPDDR, DDR3, etc.), Vehicle Interfaces (CAN /
    Flexray / Ethernet) mounted on 6-10 layers PCBs, depending on the complexity;
    - PCB build up (Stack-up, impedance matching, length matching) is also an
    important part of the design where signal integrity is a critical factor for quality
    and robustness of the product;
    - You will be working closely with systems engineers, software engineers and
    production engineers to develop a "State of the art" product that saves lives.