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Team Polar is looking for an experienced Electrical Engineer to develop and program sensor systems for our rover's autonomous driving system. You will be responsible for designing, developing, and testing sensor systems that will enable our rover to navigate autonomously through challenging environments.


  • Design, develop, and program sensor systems for autonomous driving.

  • Work with a cross-functional team to integrate sensor systems with the rover's other systems.

  • Conduct testing and validation of sensor systems to ensure reliable performance under varying environmental conditions.

  • Develop and maintain documentation related to sensor systems design, integration, and testing.

  • Troubleshoot and debug sensor systems issues as they arise.

  • Stay up-to-date with emerging sensor technologies and identify opportunities for their integration into our rover's system.

  • Collaborate with other team members to ensure the successful completion of project milestones.


  • Proficiency in Electronics prototyping and programming.


  • Proficiency in programming languages such as C, C++, and Python.


  • Familiarity with sensors such as LIDAR, RADAR, and cameras.


  • Experience with hardware and software integration.


  • Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.


  • Experience with ROS (Robot Operating System).

  • Experience with UNIX (GNU/Linux).


  • Familiarity with machine learning algorithms and techniques.


  • Experience working on a rover or similar mobile robotics platform.


  • A unique environment where you work with a group of ambitious students towards one goal


  • A diverse team with whom you often do fun things


  • The chance to build a network with our partners


  • The perfect opportunity to enhance your CV


  • The opportunity to follow different trainings offered by our partners


  • Enough freedom, but also set goals to make the most of your time at Team Polar

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