Bosch Intern in Driver Assistance Radar Hardware (RF) in Plymouth, Michigan
Our Chassis Systems Control Division develops innovative components, systems and functions in the field of vehicle safety, vehicle dynamics and driver assistance. Active safety systems recognize and intervene in hazardous driving situations. Driver assistance systems offer drivers not only comfort but increased support in safety-critical situations.
If an accident is unavoidable, passive safety systems provide protection for vehicle occupants and reduce the risk of injury. Our competence lies in the networking of active and passive safety systems with actuation and driver assistance systems, thereby realizing new dimensions in safety, agility and comfort.
Driver assistance systems and functions based on radar and video sensor technology such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Predictive Collision Warning and Lane Keeping Support.
Our North American Driver Assistance Team is defined by its “can do” spirit.
We strive for accident-free and comfortable driving with our global foundation of proud and uniquely talented associates.
We excite our customers with innovative products and solutions that change the mobility experience.
CC-DA/EHW1-NA is responsible for RF Integration, Hardware PCMs, and interface to our customers for all hardware related topics including hardware integration, testing, bracket design, plant alignment, and plant localization support.
The Radar Hardware team is offering an intern position for RF lab activities and upgrades. This position offers the ability to work remotely with occasional, on-demand in-office / on-site work.
Upgrade and improve existing Matlab scripts and tools
Develop new scripts and tools within our lab
Support the team with RF integration measurements and evaluations
Internship will start either December 2020 or January 2021
Ability to work independently and self-organized.
Good communication skills to allow working remotely.
Good team work spirit to foster relationships in a remote working environment.
Basic knowledge in Matlab or other programming / scripting language (i.e Python).
Academic understanding of control theory.
Basic understanding of electronic design and circuits.
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited university
Pursuing a Bachelors or Masters degree with at least one semester completed
Minimum of overall GPA of at least 3.0
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
Experienced in Matlab. Understanding of complex scripts.
Experienced in electronic design and controls.
Mechanical understanding and hands-on.
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