Do you want to help design, develop, and implement state-of-the-art vision capabilities for autonomous industrial robots? Do you want to be the savior of our robots by giving them visual perception so that they can navigate in dynamic environments, contextualize what is going on around them, and do work tasks previously only reserved for humans? Do you want to help create new products and services used globally, while thinking outside the box and create awesome innovative visual solutions?
We are looking for an experienced Vision Application Engineer that is not afraid to push the boundaries in 2D and 3D vision systems for our global robotics and automation workforce. The more experience you have, the better, but the main elements we are looking for is hunger to learn, unstoppable desire to create, and a "work hard, play hard" mentality.
Airnamics is a young development company at the cutting edge of autonomous robotic systems for Industry 4.0. We are an interdisciplinary and multinational team of experts working on simulation technologies, AI, mechatronic systems, embedded systems, visual perception, mechanical engineering, autonomous control algorithms, and software development. So, no worries, you won’t be bored and will definitely get to broaden your technical horizons. Our offices are located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, near Dolgi most.
The projects you will be working on predominantly focus on the application side of things, but also include R&D work in order to help our other teams exploit visual perception capabilities to their fullest. First-principles thinking and the ability to quickly experiment, iterate, and continuously push the boundaries of what is possible is crucial if you want to thrive in our team.
You will be responsible for:
You should have enough experience to confidently carry out the responsibilities and areas of work. Ideally from 5 years working experience onwards.
What’s in it for you:
Note: The Corona epidemic stopped or prolonged many processes to procure work permits in Slovenia. Hence, we cannot guarantee a work permit for candidates from countries outside EU and the Balkans in a reasonable amount of time. We happily receive all applicants, but at this time, have to give priority to candidates from the EU and/or the Balkan. *hope things go back to normal fast*