In the hype of autonomous driving, driverless cars will need to be able to handle critical situations on the same level as very skilled drivers.
Sentient makes this happen. Want to join our team?
What if autonomous vehicles were driven like a mediocre driver was driving them? Would anyone with a high level of driving skill accept being driven in a car like that? Would he/she feel comfortable sending his/her children off to school, or to their leisure activities, in autonomous vehicles like that?
Would the public accept the autonomous cars on our roads performing worse than if a skilled driver were behind the wheel?
The answer to those questions is no.
Neither skilled drivers nor the general public would accept autonomous driving that’s less safe than today’s cars being driven by experienced drivers.
However, in the hype of autonomous driving, little is said about the critical situations every car will have to deal with, situations like aquaplaning and skidding on ice at high speed. We’re convinced that, when introducing autonomous driving, driverless cars will need to be able to handle critical situations on the same level as very skilled drivers.
That’s why Sentient’s Vehicle Motion Control makes the average driver an expert one, at the very least. Where traditional ESP prevents instabilities, e.g. oversteer, Vehicle Motion Control prevents instabilities and follows the intended path, keeping the vehicle within its lane.
See the demo showing when our ‘artwork’ was presented to the King of Sweden using our patented Vehicle Motion Control:
To strengthen our pace of development even further, we’re seeking talented people for the following roles:
- Function Developer
- Functional Safety Analyst
Working in a very dynamic team, you’ll make a difference, developing and integrating the next generation of active safety functions for autonomous vehicles at Sentient.
Working with development at Sentient means that:
- You’re creative and analytical
- You like to systematise/automise repeated tasks to get the time to develop new things
- You should have an MSc in Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Mechatronics, Automation, Signal Processing, Electronics, Computer Science or similar
- You have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the field.
Working as a Function Developer means that:
- You should have extensive experience of physical modelling and Matlab/Simulink
Functional Safety Analyst
Working as a Functional Safety Analyst means that:
- You should have extensive experience of ISO 26262
If you’re the right candidate, don’t hesitate to send in your application, by 2019‑06‑30 at the latest, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Selection and interviews will be taking place continuously. The position may be filled before the closing date, so please apply as soon as possible.
For futher information, please contact Johan Hultén on +46 73 631 3780.
To learn more, visit: https://sentientplus.com/