ADAS (Advance Driver Assistance System ) / Controls Theory Engineering Internship

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Quanergy
Sunnyvalw
Sunnyvale, CA
Posted: March 27 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Paid

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Description

Quanergy is a Silicon-Valley-based startup developing smart sensing
solutions for real-time 3D mapping and object detection, tracking, and
classification. We’re a small company run by engineers, dedicated to
building next-generation LiDAR technology for autonomous vehicles and
advanced driver assistance systems. By joining our team at this point,
you’ll play a key role in the development of our company, not just our
software. We’re looking for someone extremely bright, driven, a great
communicator and explainer, and just as passionate about the future of
transportation, perception, and mapping as we are!

We're looking to host several interns to work on a variety of
projects within our systems engineering department working on ADAS ( Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) feature development.

Here are some of the sample projects we have in mind:



We are looking for people who have experience automotive/aerospace control algorithms and theory within matlab/simulink. Any experience in vehicle dynamics, ADAS and automotive sensors is a plus.



If this sounds like something you'd be interested in working on for 3-6
months, please email us your resume and a cover letter describing your experience.

Responsibilities

- Develop a ADAS features like Park aid, Forward collision warning and Intersection warning in matlab/simulink environment
- Develop simulation algorithms in matlab/simulink
- Define/Specify sensor requirements for ADAS features
- Develop HMI solutions for the ADAS features

Requirements

MATLAB/SIMULINK and CONTROL THEORY EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

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