Summary/Objective 


Uhnder has developed the world’s first automotive digital Radar on Chip (RoC).  Sensors based on Uhnder’s Digitally Coded Modulation (DCM) technology achieve new and unprecedented levels of performance for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving solutions.  Founded in 2015, its main engineering operations center is in Austin, Texas, USA with design facilities in India and China. 


As Visualization Software Lead, you will join a team of industry experts spanning mixed-signal, RF, digital, systems and software experts to develop the next generation of electronics surrounding us and impacting us in our everyday lives. 


 Essential Functions 


  • Develop high-performance host application software to control and visualize output of real-time embedded sensors especially radars 

  • Extend and develop Uhnder APIs and data formats for easy integration with industry-standard programming tools and frameworks such as Matlab, Python, ROS, CyberRT   

  • Develop innovative visualizations for integrating radar, video, and other sensory data 

  • Work closely with systems and software engineers on integration, testing, and evaluation of systems to enable world-class demos 

  • Plan and coordinate execution of agile sprints across multiple sites and teams 


Required Education and Experience: 


  • BS degree in EE/CS with 8+ years of relevant experience  

  • Experience in algorithms and techniques for visualizing and manipulating large multi-dimensional datasets 

  • Expertise in industry-standard visualization and compute frameworks and APIs, such as QT, OpenGL, CUDA/OpenCL 

  • Experience in Windows, Linux and Mac application development incl. interface to embedded systems 

  • Experience in technical leadership of multi-site teams to deliver results using agile methodologies 

  • Experience working with biz dev, and product architecture teams to design compelling user interfaces and visualizations. 

  • Experience in multimedia, communication or similar high-complexity and performance-critical domain