We at Fleetonomy are creating a remote operation platform to get people in loop to remotely help autonomous vehicles to achieve their full potential with the current technology. We work with partners and in projects that can literally change the World as we know it and our ordinary day is still science fiction to most.
And now we are looking for more game developers willing to take a plunge into robotics and to join us.
As an experienced Software Developer on our team, you will be a creative problem solver who enjoys developing tools, improving and extending workflows. You will work with our engineering team and customers to design and build tools and pipelines for the platform. We’ll count on you to raise the bar with solid engineering fundamentals and leadership, but also with your passion for making great software.
Degree in Computer Science or a related field, or equivalent experience
Advanced software engineering skills, including the ability to write expert-level, maintainable, and robust code in C#
Good communication skills and ability to work effectively on shared projects
Strong computer science fundamentals in game algorithms
Unity3D, Physics, 3D maths and procedural content generation
Passionate about new technologies
Flexible and willing to learn and utilise wide array of tools, operating systems and technologies in a daily basis
Driver’s license which is needed for development and testing the platform
Get things done attitude
Residence (permit) within European Union
Nice to have:
Machine learning, image recognition, AR / VR / MR
Python, C/C++, ROS, Java
Physics based game / simulation development background, preferably RTS
Network programming (TCP/IP, UDP, async systems)
Experience with drones
Competitive salary with possibility for equity
Office located in the heart of Helsinki
Small, but dedicated team
We partner with world-class organizations to develop our technology. You’ll work with them and will learn a lot.
The coolest toys. Well, actually they are not toys, but in how many other workplaces do you actually get to fly drones?