Our vision at Intel’s Real Sense Group is to enrich people’s lives through devices and machines that perceive the world in 3D. We work on a portfolio of computing devices including VR/AR devices, Smartphones, Drones, Robots and Peripherals. Our mission is to enable our partners to build high volume products powered by best-in-class RealSense™ 3D technologies. The Real Sense product portfolio includes 3D Cameras, Tracking Modules, Computer Vision libraries and ASICs for depth processing and sensing and understanding with world class algorithms.
This is what we do - http://intel.ly/2sEsthT
You will develop, evaluate internal/external, integrate and test Engineering Design Automation tools, create flows/scripts and maintain the engineering design environment. Evaluates vendor practical capabilities to provide required products or services. Responsible for working with Front-end engineers designing, deploying and testing efficiency of tools to utilize in achieving design goals. Collaborate with design teams on methodology development and compute infrastructure. Design Automation Engineers are advocates of applying design methodologies to help execute projects effectively and successfully with high quality.
You will be an RA (Resource Allocator) for RealSense and be responsible for licenses, computing resources, tools, legal and version control infrastructures.
The qualified engineer will serve as representative to CAC Computing Allocation Council and LAC License Allocation Council
What are we looking for?
- More than 3 years of experience in CAD or DA group
- Excellent Knowledge in Scripting languages - Perl, TCL, Python Knowledge in FE tools - VCS simulator, JASPER and Mixed-signals tools are an advantage
- Knowledge of NetBatch and IT-related systems Experience with M-RUNDA process
- Knowledge of GIT Knowledge in System
- Linux IT background
- Verilog and uVM methodology
- FrontEnd verification knowledgeInside this Business Group
Intel Labs, the New Business Initiatives group (NBI), the Perceptual Computing Group and the New Devices Group (NDG). Additionally, New Devices Group and the New Business Initiatives group were combined into the New Business Group (NBG) which nests into NTG.