With sales of €39. 2 billion in, Continental is among the leading automotive suppliers worldwide and currently employs more than 215k employees in 55 countries. The Chassis & Safety division develops and produces integrated active and passive driving safety technologies as well as products that support vehicle dynamics. The product portfolio ranges from electronic and hydraulic brake and chassis control systems to sensors, advanced driver assistance systems, airbag electronics and sensorics as well as electronic air suspension systems all the way to windscreen washer systems and headlight cleaning nozzles. The focus lies on a high level of system competence and the networking of individual components. Thus products and system functions are developed along the SensePlanAct chain of effects. They form the foundation for automated driving. Chassis & Safety employs more than 40k people worldwide and generated sales of approximately €8. 4 billion in 2015..
Algorithm Developer for ADAS TSR
We develop Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, an emerging and innovative field in the automotive business. Using video, radar and infrared sensors, our end products are “looking” around the vehicle, and take actions like making the driver aware of dangers, brake the car or even steer it out of the harm’s way. The final goal of this kind of systems is to help protect the lives of passengers and pedestrians alike.
You will be responsible with the development and validation of algorithms applied to video camera sensors. This includes the mono and stereo vision technologies, both of them offering functions like obstacle avoidance, lane keeping, traffic sign recognition, headlight assistant, to name a few.
You will be joining a team of worldwide experts in the image processing field. Our challenge is to create algorithms which are faster, more reliable, and able to run on high-end embedded systems.
Daily activities include: algorithm requirement engineering, design and documentation of the concept, implementation for the target platform using C/C++, usage of dedicated simulation environments for testing.
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