Connected & Automated Vehicle (CAV) Research Engineer for a Global Automotive Company in Columbus, O

ResponsibilitiesResearch new technologies & create new application idea for CAV technologyResearch new communication technologies and/or new techniques to improve existing wireless technologies such as DSRC and/or cellular, for safety, mobility and other transportation related applicationsResearch new sensor capabilities to improve or create new functions for automated vehicle systemParticipate CAV research strategy creation activityParticipate internal/external brainstorming meetings to generate new application ideasCollaborate with device vendors, industry consortiums, universities, or other Client internal departmentsPerform hands-on duties such as electrical wiring or mechanical installations such as building test vehicles and implement the new technology and/or applicationsConduct both in-lab and in-vehicle test and data analysis?Must Have SkillsetsProgramming in C or C++Programming of embedded devicesGeneral engineering experimental and analytical skills using common toolsAbility to interface devices at hardware level, especially within vehicle. For example: ability to build wiring harnesses and route wiring between the communication devices and the main ITS platform, design and build simple in-car mounting fixtures etc.?Desired SkillsetsFamiliarity with either telematics, networking, wired, wireless, in-vehicle, or V2V V2I communications protocols (examples: 3G, 4G LTE, 5G, UDP, IEEE802.11, CAN, V2V, V2I, V2X ?)Programming for interfacing between devices (some examples: reading sensor via serial port, processing an analog signal)Experience programming within Unix-based operating systems, such as LinuxProgramming in MatlabTraffic simulation tool such as sumo?Location: Columbus, Ohio and will travel to Southfield Michigan (1-2 times a month)Type: Contract or Full-timeAlan Bui alanb@osiengineering.com - provided by Dice

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