Bosch Systems Engineer - ADAS Camera Development in Plymouth, Michigan
Systems Engineer - ADAS Camera Development
15000 Haggerty Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170, USA
Legal Entity: Robert Bosch LLC
As one of the largest North American automotive suppliers, Bosch develops Driver Assistance functions like Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Predictive Emergency Brake Systems (PEBS), Lane Departure Warning/Keeping Systems (LDW, LKS), Predictive Pedestrian Protection, Road Sign recognition, head light control, Traffic light detection, Advanced Parking Assistance, and many more.
For these functions Bosch has all necessary sensors in our portfolio (e.g. radar, camera, ultrasonic sensors, …).
In our offices in Plymouth, MI and Palo Alto, CA we develop state of the art systems as well as advanced features leading to partly/highly automated driving. Join us to become part of the exciting and growing field of Driver Assistance.
This position includes system engineer responsibilities of advanced camera based driver assistance functions related to automotive vision systems including, but not limited to, back-up cameras, surround view cameras, mirror replacement cameras and forward view stereo cameras, through their skills in.
The ideal candidate would be highly self-motivated and have the willingness to dive right in. You will work directly with an entire development team including software developers, fellow application / calibration engineers and project managers to develop project specific solutions for driver assistance and/or automated driving technologies.
Below is a highlight of the things you would being working on:
Interface with customer to specify product specification and customer requirement elicitation about camera systems.
Analyze customer requirement and develop solutions, system definition, system layout, system specification, etc.
Lead and drive all customer change requests
Define vehicle level impact based on changes at component level
Define and carry out the functionality testing based on prototype for proof of design concept, analyze testing result to evaluate functionality.
Cooperation with design and validation team for component and layout optimization.
Understanding of vehicle architecture, vehicle communication (CAN, CAN FD, Ethernet, Flexray,..), vehicle dynamics and driver assistance Interfaces
Able to perform vehicle level trouble shooting and diagnostics
Work out component specification of outsourcing part, support purchasing activities.
Support for the definition of test cases / test strategy, validation specifications analyze and document test data / results.
Preparation customer technical documentation and entire camera system release.
Presentation of the own work results in internal teams and in customer meetings.
Responsible for evaluating customer specifications and translating the system requirements into Rational DOORS, evaluate requirements and test coverage, and support issue / defect tracking
Ensure system development, validation and delivery according to guidelines and processes in place
Support test drives with customer
First point of contact for OEM for application topics, prepare technical presentations for customer
Bachelors Degree in an Engineering Discipline.
1 or more years experience with vehicle and system design, test and release procedures in an automotive function.
1 or more years experience in systems / requirements engineering.
Knowledge of driver assistance sensor technologies and functions, high interest to work on exciting new driver assistance technologies.
Strong sense of responsibility and commitment, innovative thinking.
Hands on experience with Agile development methods (SCRUM, Kanban, Lean, etc.).
Capable to work independently in an organized and structured fashion with strong analytical skills that supports a systematic approach to problem resolution and strong communication skills to discuss issues/challenges with global development teams and external customers.
Good written / verbal communication and presentation skills to discuss issues / solutions with team and external customer.
Flexible, willing to travel (4-6 weeks / year) and participate in test drives (international travel possible).
Good English skills verbal / written (additional languages encouraged).
Comfortable with test activities in vehicles.
Capable to understand Embedded C-code and/or C++ and make small software changes.
Valid driver license.
By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled.
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