Sensor Integration Engineer

Philadelphia, PA /
Hardware /
Full Time
The #1 challenge facing our global food supply system (and incidentally the world’s largest industry, agriculture) is labor scarcity.  Based in Philadelphia and backed by top Agtech and autonomy investors, including S2G, Cibus, FPrime, Toyota Ventures, FFVC, Xplorer, and Radicle, Burro was created to solve the labor shortages facing farmers using robotics.  If pioneering vision-based commercial robots in dynamic unstructured outdoor environments sounds like a challenge that you are interested in, come join us.  We currently have units deployed and demand for our product is accelerating, so we are growing our team.

Responsibilities

    • Support the development, integration and testing of multiple sensor modalities used on the robot, including LIDAR, RADAR, and stereo vision
    • Research sensors of interest and engage with suppliers to gather information, test/evaluate sensor performance
    • Work with team members to determine placement and mounting for the sensors on the robot
    • Build online and offline tools to visualize/debug/analyze perception output
    • Analyze sensor failure modes and devise mitigations based on field data
    • Write software stack to Decode the data and integrate into our software stack
    • Develop and document sensor interfaces for electrical, signal, and software interfaces
    • Work with sensing experts to calibrate the sensors and develop test plans to assess sensor performance

Requirements

    • BS/MS in electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics or equivalent
    • Familiarity with stereo camera, LiDARS and other range sensors, and their data processing and integration framework
    • Extensive knowledge of (3+ years of experience) designing and developing sensing solutions
    • In-depth knowledge of electrical and embedded system
    • Good programming skills in C/C++
    • Strong interest in robotics
    • Working knowledge of standard communication buses and protocols (e.g. UART, USB, I2C, SPI, CAN, etc.)

Nice-to-haves

    • Experience with Linux and ROS
    • Hands-on embedded system prototyping experience (hardware and firmware)
    • Solid embedded hardware and software debugging skills. Familiar with test/debug tools such as JTAG, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers and signal generators
    • Previous work in the mobile robot or autonomous vehicles industry
    • Experience with schematic and PCB design tools such as Fusion 360 or Altium Designer
    • Familiarity with DSP and FPGA systems

Perks

    • Competitive salary and benefits package (medical/dental/vision)
    • 401K Plan
    • Generous early-stage equity 
    • Unlimited PTO
    • Paid parental leave