Conduct product presentations and training courses on the Company products; gather North American regional requirements in the Power train and EV application area and influence the feature sets provided in the Company's future product families.
Provide technical brake system support throughout all phases of the vehicle program to ensure robust program execution and performance; work with component and vehicle engineering to ensure system/subsystem interfaces are working as defined.
This position has a massive C++ codebase, and the right candidate must be willing to dive right in. You should be ready to work with system engineers to create scalable, maintainable and robust software designs for new driver assistance functions and/or automated driving.
Develop and implement product and technical trainings; provide applications support for customers integrating the Company products including analysis of requirements, design support, troubleshooting, test and simulation.
Works with sales team in assessing potential application of OmniVision products to meet customer needs and preparing detailed product specifications for development and implementation of customer applications and solutions.
Technical responsibility for North America customer projects, studies and internal development activities in the field of GNSS/INS localization for highly autonomous driving. First point of contact as technical
Analyze customer/internal requirements and specifications and translate these into software designs; analyze existing embedded software to add features, make modifications, fix bus, and/or port to different platforms.
Act in a consultative fashion and are looked to as an expert, or trusted technical advisor, in your field by the account team and customer; collaborate with the Account Manager to recommend and develop appropriate customer solution offerings.
You will have to work with senior engineers to understand scalability and performance requirements and then dig through multiple lines of code, sometimes in different development environments to understand where your code should go.