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Robotics/Vision Software Engineer

I3D Robotics

Location: Tonbridge
Salary: Commensurate with experience. Performance bonus based on agreed targets.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 13th January 2022
Closes: 14th March 2022

I3D robotics is an innovative and progressive SME with offices in Kent and Sheffield.  We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic senior systems/machine vision software engineer to join our dynamic team. The permanent position is well suited to an individual looking to advance their career in machine vision and robotics, gaining hands-on experience in a thriving and supportive workplace.

The salary will be competitive with the current market conditions and the candidate’s experience.

i3dr is focused on developing a smart and zero-carbon world with its 3D stereo vision technology providing real-time control, utilising AI software for defect detection and object recognition as part of a new generation of flexible 3D vision systems for autonomous and robotic applications.

Our 3D stereo vision algorithms have been developed by our academic partners for Mars exploration and are used by us in nuclear decommissioning and fusion, in the ceramics, glass, and welding industries and in several other robotic applications.  The use of AI, machine learning, and object recognition require fast image collection, processing speeds, parallelization, robustness, and accuracy as provided by our stand-alone data management platform systems. We deliver solutions for practical applications such as robotics, navigation, and industrial processes in extreme environments.  We are releasing new products and functions to the market while maintaining a steady R&D portfolio.

The successful candidate should be educated to at least degree level in engineering, computer science or similar, but preferably with post-graduate qualifications.  Ideally, the position would suit a candidate with 2+ years of relevant experience. They will collaborate closely with the commercial team to assist with the design, production and deployment of hardware and software products, and in the development of solutions for clients helping the company to achieve agreed targets. This exciting position also offers the opportunity to progress into a higher role.

The candidate should be capable of working independently and within a team, developing vision systems for applications in robotics, AR/VR visualisation and industrial mapping. The role will include product development and deployment, engaging with clients / end-users and elements of project management, subject to the skills of the successful candidate. Some reasonable travel will be required.

Required skills:

  • Experience with machine/computer vision
  • Experience of system development (either oversight or direct involvement)

Preferred skills (not required):

  • Experience with Stereo vision solutions or other 3D acquisition techniques
  • Experience with robotics and ROS
  • Software Development (e.g. C++, Python)
  • Knowledge of machine learning, deep learning, or AI techniques
  • Knowledge of SLAM algorithms
  • Knowledge of OpenCV, Arduino IDE, QT & Graphical UI development

Expected start date:  1st May 2022 or earlier

Benefits:

  • Performance bonus based on agreed targets
  • Stakeholder Pension
  • Flexible / remote working

Education:

  • Bachelor's or equivalent (Required)
  • Post-graduate or equivalent (Preferred)

Language:

  • English (required)

Willingness to travel:

  • 25% (preferred)
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