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Right now we are especially on the look for embedded software engineers. Read more about these job openings here!
However, we are always looking for new team players that thrive on finding and implementing solutions to highly complex challenges, not afraid to try out new ideas in search of innovation and take pride in delivering outstanding products.
We offer a workplace where everything is possible – from creating a massive decrease in traffic accidents and revolutionizing vehicle motion control worldwide to demonstrating our functions to the King of Sweden by drawing a crown on the ground with shaving cream.
Are you a student and want to gain valuable work experience through internships or thesis? At Sentient you can explore all aspects of our business including function development, product integration, customer support and marketing. We are curious and interested in your ideas and knowledge that we believe can contribute to our development and goals. You will be an important part of the team.
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Though Sentient focuses on serious matters, such as preventing traffic accidents and providing comfortable and tunable driving, we often demonstrate the functions in more or less spectacular ways. The Royal Crown, that Sentient presented the King of Sweden, for his birthday belongs to the latter.
– 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, says Johan Hultén, co-founder and CTO at Sentient.
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 S+ Motion Control makes the average driver an expert one, at the very least. Where traditional ESP prevents instabilities, e.g. oversteer, S+ Motion Control prevents instabilities and follows the intended path, keeping the vehicle within its lane.
/Johan Hultén CTO and co-founder of Sentient
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