AKKA is the European leader in Engineering and Technological Consulting Services. By accelerating innovation among its customers, AKKA supports the main players in the automotive, aerospace, telco & media, industrial, energy, railway and life science sectors throughout the life cycle of their products, also made with cutting-edge digital technologies (ADAS , IoT, Big Data, robotics, embedded systems, machine learning, etc.). Founded in 1984, AKKA has a strong entrepreneurial culture and is experiencing rapid growth and international development in line with its CLEAR 2022 strategic plan. The Group continues to recruit at a steady pace to support its strong business growth. At 31 December 2018, the Group had 21,019 employees (15,515 at the end of 2017), with 7,879 talents in France (+ 12.3%), 4,984 in Germany (+ 5.3%) and 8,156 internationally (+ 115.5 %). Driven by its expertise in future mobility, digital technologies and industry 4.0, the Group's revenues in 2018 increased by 12.8% to € 1,505.3 million and exceeded the € 1.5 billion ceiling.
As part of the development of its activities in the Space sector, AKKA is recruiting an AOCS Engineer in Cannes La Bocca.
Within a project team, you will be in charge of designing the piloting laws for geostationary satellites or low-orbital constellations.
Your missions will be as follows:
- Fine-tuning the dynamic modeling of the satellite and the attitude estimation and actuator control algorithms.
- Conduct of numerical simulations of performance and robustness / sensitivity and synthesis of performance reviews.
- Definition of GNC (Guidance Navigation and Control) embedded software specifications.
- Definitions of the specifications of the Attitude Control Subsystem equipment and ensure the technical monitoring of the development phase of this equipment.
- Graduated from an Engineering School or equivalent Bac +5 training with a specialization in the space field, you justify knowledge in Advanced Automation, Space Mechanics, Modeling of dynamic systems, Mechanics and Electronics.
- You master Matlab/Simulink tools.
Reference number 2017-925