We are Intel's unmanned aerial vehicles UAV team and we need YOU to make our products fly! Formed by recent acquisitions, we are a small but successful startup within Intel and operate in a highly dynamic and largely independent environment. We are looking for a passionate Drone Software Engineer to help us enhancing our flight planning applications and make them more sophisticated to better match our unique customer needs. Being part of a team that creates new solutions for existing and for future customers, you will adapt, enhance and improve the product to match challenging demands. Join one of the most exciting trends in the industry, creating products for diverse and highly sought-after solutions! Since we are able to operate like a small independent unit within Intel, we offer flat hierarchies, fast decision making and a small company's atmosphere combined with the benefits of a competitive compensation.
Inside this Business Group
We are looking for a passionate, self-starting individual with a wide focus and the ability to grasp the big picture. At the same time, we require you to deliver to the highest standards in your respective field. Ideally, you have: Strong proficiency in C++, with fair knowledge of the language specification Thorough knowledge and experience with the Qt (must have criteria) application framework and the Qml (as a plus) user interface markup language. Experience in embedded systems design and low-level hardware interactions Experience in continuous integration and unit testing Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as git. Familiarity with agile methodologies like Scrum or Kanban Experience in path planning, mapping and geospatial algorithmics is a plus Good command of English, both written and oral Ideally good command of German
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.