Nuro is a robotics start-up whose mission is to accelerate the benefits of robotics for everyday life. We have an elite team of entrepreneurs and engineers, designers, and scientists. We believe AI and robotics are at the cusp of transforming daily life and we are dedicated to building meaningful products with this technology. Join us and play a critical role in our mission.
About the Role
We are looking for engineers to make our bots come to life. Our vehicle infrastructure engineers provide a stable, high-performance platform that allows our autonomy teams to implement an autonomy stack that works across multiple bot generations and variants. This work requires close collaboration with both our robotics and hardware teams to architect software runtime framework over Nuro’s robot platforms and resolve performance problems.
About the Work
This position has the opportunity to work on the following:
- Work on multiple Linux/Android-based systems inside our vehicle
- Collaborate with other software teams to design and implement the onboard runtime framework across distributed hardware platforms.
- Collaborate cross functionally with hardware and sensor engineering teams to enable the use of new components/devices on the self-driving vehicles
- Design and implement hardware validation framework onboard and offboard, improve software reliability on various hardware components.
- Build or improve foundational libraries and interfaces with emphasis on low-latency and consistent performance
- Provide guidance for evaluating new hardware components (GPUs, CPUs, accelerators, …)
- Excellent coding, architecture and debugging skills
- Deep understanding of Unix/Linux or Android OS
- Knowledge about robotics hardware components, including sensors, embedded platforms, etc.
- 2+ years of industry C/C++ experience
- You have start-up DNA: You have demonstrated an ability to thrive in the ambiguity of a dynamic, start-up environment or have the DNA to do so
- You possess a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or a c related field