Tag: Computer Vision Engineer

Computer Vision/Machine Learning Developer


Revolutionize computer vision technology with a laser focus on delivering cutting-edge commercial applications in real-time, real-world settings.

Seeking talented individuals experienced in real-time computer vision and image processing to work on innovative algorithms and products.

Join a dynamic and upbeat workplace, with flexible hours and absolutely no unpaid overtime!

Our office is located in Port Melbourne, a short distance from the Melbourne CBD.

What you'll do:

  • Develop and implement computer vision and/or machine learning algorithms to solve complex problems, using programming languages such as Python, C++, or MATLAB.
  • Design and maintain large datasets, including data collection, labeling, and cleaning, to train machine learning models or improve computer vision systems.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including data scientists, product managers, and software engineers, to develop end-to-end solutions that meet business requirements and deliver value to customers.

What you'll need:

  • Demonstrable experience of application of Deep Learning methods to solve Computer Vision problems
  • Strong understanding of using convolutional neural networks for object classification, recognition or segmentation
  • Writing novel computer vision algorithms from scratch with an emphasis on real-time performance. We expect your knowledge is beyond simply using computer vision libraries
  • Experience with implementing novel deep learning network architectures using existing frameworks (TensorFlow, Caffe, PyTorch or similar)
Nice to have:

  • In-depth understanding of the latest deep learning network architectures for computer vision and image processing
  • C++ development experience
  • Experience with any of the following: object detection and target tracking, simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM), 3D reconstruction, camera calibration, behaviour analysis, automated video surveillance and related fields.
  • Experience deploying deep learning models in an embedded production context, including experience of structured and unstructured pruning, network quantization and performance tuning
  • Python development experience
  • Experience training deep neural networks using multiple computational nodes in parallel

Join one of the world leaders in CV/ML technology. Don't miss out. Apply now.


 

Aerospace Design Engineer

Join forces with a world-renowned trailblazer in developing cutting-edge Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence solutions for both Defence and civilian applications.

Unleash your potential to revolutionize the field of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance across a diverse range of manned and unmanned aerial and terrestrial platforms.

It's time to soar to new heights and make an impactful difference with the best in the industry.

The company is in Melbourne, Victoria.

What's in it for you:

• Hybrid work setup
• Play a key role
• Exposure to cutting-edge technologies
• Work in a fun working environment
• Flexible work conditions
• Plenty of scope for growth

What you'll do:

• Lead the development of state-of-the-art hardware solutions to facilitate the deployment of company products on a multitude of aerospace platforms.
• Collaborate as an essential member of a rapidly growing engineering team.
• Contribute to Aerospace Hardware, Product Design, or Sustainment efforts.
• Engage with a diverse array of technical disciplines to deliver innovative solutions.

What you'll need:

• Possess a degree in Aerospace, Mechanical, Mechatronics Engineering, or a related field to showcase your technical expertise.
• Proven track record in working with Aircraft Structures, Electrical Systems, or Products to demonstrate your hands-on experience.
• Have at least 5 years of industry experience designing and developing Aerospace Systems or Products to establish your industry know-how.
• Demonstrate your proficiency with civil and military Aviation design standards, attesting to your attention to detail and regulatory compliance awareness.
• Showcase your skill in developing 3D Models using industry-standard CAD packages, Engineering Drawings, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Analyses & Design Documentation to highlight your technical abilities.
• Australian citizenship is a non-negotiable requirement, emphasizing your eligibility for a security clearance.

An opportunity you would regret missing. APPLY NOW!

 

Mechatronic Systems Engineering Manager

Are you a creative thinker and a great problem solver?

Join an excellent and dedicated engineering team who brings an inter-disciplinary approach to solving technical challenges.

Collaborate on some of the most challenging problems in real-time remote sensing and optical radars.

What’s in it for you:

• Opportunity for technical or organizational leadership career growth
• Excellent company culture, with trust from employer and support from your colleagues
• Work on innovative technology in a great environment
• Workplace flexibility and work-life balance
• Innovation, proof-of-concept, and first-article rapid prototype focus

What you’ll do:

• Deliver prototyping projects and products
• Work closely with the executive leadership team to understand the product objectives and requirements
• Work with the engineering team to deliver the product
• Architecture and systems design of the new products
• Upgrade and maintain existing products
• Coach the engineering team to overcome the technical challenge and address roadblocks
• Mentor the most junior members to deliver their projects successfully
• Manage risks, issues, and dependencies
• Nurture a positive culture of engaged and accountable engineers.

What you’ll need:

• Mechatronic or Aerospace Engineering degree
• Minimum 10 years as a Mechatronic or Aerospace engineer
• Minimum 3 years managing Engineering teams and projects
• Experience in Rapid prototyping, designing, manufacturing, and testing
• Writing specifications and scopes of work for subsystems
• Able to compile BOMs, source components, and manage supply chain issues.
• Good communication skills

Nice to have:

• Experience in aeronautical or defence sector
• Experience with Optical Systems
• Experience in Computer Vision
• Experience with UAS or Sensor Payloads

What are you waiting for? APPLY NOW!

 

Software Engineer


Fancy joining a market leader in Computer Vision and AI Technology.

Forget theoreticals! Work on commercial applications with real-time, real-world focus.

What you'll do:

  • Write software for some of the most advanced Computer Vision Systems in the world.
  • Work from a loose scope, and take ownership of outcomes and deliverables

What you'll need

  • Computer Science or Software Engineering degree, or equivalent.
  • C++ Experience in a commercial environment. You don't have to know the standard off by heart, but we will expect you to demonstrate a firm proficiency.
  • Adaptable. Technology changes quickly, and we aim to deliver cutting edge software.
  • Cross-platform development experience, including Windows, Linux and ARM environments
  • Hardware Integration experience.

What's in it for you:

  • You will be constantly learning and applying new skills, and will be taught a few new things along the way!
  • A fun and good-natured working environment, with flexible working hours and no unpaid overtime.
  • located in Port Melbourne, a short distance from the Melbourne CBD.

Nice to have:

  • Algorithmic/computational processing in multi-threaded, run-time critical environments.
  • System Architecture experience.
  • Client/partner interaction. Relax, this is not a sales or support role. But we value developers who can collaborate with engineers from our technology partners and customers. If you are keen for occasional overseas travel, all the better.
  • Experience with automated build and testing tools.
  • An interest or experience in image processing, video processing, machine learning or artificial intelligence.

Be on the spearhead of Computer Vision Technology.  Apply now!

 

Mechatronics Engineer


Fly high with a world leader in the development of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence solutions for the Defence and civilian sectors

Innovate in fields like Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) on a range of manned and unmanned terrestrial and aerial platforms.

What you'll do:

  • Reporting to the Hardware Development Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the design, build and test of a range of products that contain multi-disciplinary elements for both R&D and production projects.  
  • A substantial part of the role will involve documentation as we work in a highly regulated industry.

 

What you'll need:

  • Degree level qualification in a relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Three or more years experience working in a highly regulated industry (such as aerospace or medical).
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • The ability to work autonomously or as part of a team.
  • Thorough documentation skills.

 

Nice to have:

  • Conventional mechanical design and documentation including GD&T.
  • Composite design and documentation.
  • Wire harnesses / looms design and documentation.
  • Motor control systems and actuator design and documentation.
  • PCB design and documentation.
  • 3D printing for prototype development.
  • Production quality control (e.g. ISO9001 or AS9100).
  • Technical publications.
  • SolidWorks or similar 3D CAD package.
  • KiCad or Altium Designer.

 

What's in it for you:

  • Join a team with a culture of excellence and innovation.
  • A small, rapidly growing and technically diverse team, you will get exposure to cutting edge technologies and a broad range of technical disciplines.
  • Enter a fun and good-natured working environment, where staff are supported but work with autonomy and take ownership of their work.
  • Join a team that supports flexible working conditions and our office is located in Port Melbourne, a short distance from the Melbourne CBD.

Be an innovator. Don't miss out.  Apply now!