Embedded Firmware Engineer – Mobile Robotics

Company Details

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Role

Tesla’s Mobile Robotics team designs, builds, and deploys systems enabling scalable and flexible manufacturing lines for Tesla’s growing product and factory portfolio. Products include multi degree-of-freedom autonomous mobile robots. The team joins mechanical, electrical, software, and manufacturing engineering disciplines in a highly collaborative team.

As a member of the hardware / embedded controls team, you will design, layout and implement hardware interfaces and control loops to new Tesla products, using in-house hardware and proprietary bus systems.

Responsibilities

  • Research, design, simulate, specify, implement, debug, and test high speed interfacing buses to multi-in/out systems comprising electromechanical actuators and sensors
  • Efficiently Translate the modeling team’s control loops and algorithms for implementation on computational hardware (available or newly designed)
  • Work collaboratively with electrical, mechanical, and controls engineers to define throughput requirements, computational system capabilities, and set targets product roadmaps
  • Advance Tesla IP in developing internal high-throughput sensors and actuators networks for new products

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent in experience and evidence of exceptional ability
  • 3+ years experience with hardware systems development and implementation
  • Solid background in embedded systems, industrial communications buses (Profinet, EtherCAT, CANbus)
  • Experience, understanding, and intuition for the physics of high speed, multi-node communication systems
  • Familiarity with hardware description languages (VHDL) and FPGA/CPLD’s
  • Experience in interfacing actuators, motors, vision elements
  • Familiarity with industrial safety concepts
  • Translating industrial safety to communication layer safety (ProfiSAFE, FailSafeoverEtherCAT, etc.)
  • Capability of delivering high-quality code in an embedded environment
  • Familiarity with embedded microprocessor design process: compilers, debuggers, IDE
  • Experience developing in an RTOS environment
  • Familiarity with the computational aspects of neural networks
  • Familiarity with simulation tools such as Matlab / Simulink

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