U.S. citizenship is required
Quantum Signal seeks a motivated application engineer to work with ANVEL, our in-house interactive, real-time engineering simulation tool for intelligent vehicle systems. ANVEL allows manufacturers of robotic vehicles and systems developers to test and characterize vehicle performance, full/semi-autonomous algorithms, and to perform automated or human-in-the-loop testing in a virtual environment. The product is in use in government labs, commercial autonomous vehicle organizations, and in academic institutions worldwide.
Quantum Signal is a research and development company that works with clients to build new products and technologies based on state-of-the-art algorithms and software. Products and technologies include robot simulators, autonomous vehicle technologies, tools for forensic labs, and more. We are headquartered in Saline, MI, three miles south of Ann Arbor. Based on the nature of work that we do, U.S. citizenship is required.
Your job will be evangelizing the use of the ANVEL and its API, which facilitates integration with a variety of applications in Python, C#/C++, MATLAB, and Java. You will develop code/scripts, create user documentation, provide customer support, and help sell users on ANVEL by providing technical knowledge and/or solutions.
- Skilled, flexible developer in languages as Python, C#/C++, MATLAB, and Java. When you are not working in the pre-sales capacity, you will be working as a developer on the product.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. You will be writing training documentation, interacting with customers, preparing presentations for trade shows, etc.
Why Quantum Signal?
We offer a competitive salary with potential for bonuses. Our benefits include health, dental, vision, and life insurance; short- and long-term disability; paid time off; and 401k (all effective on first day of hire).
We have a fun and relaxed work culture that consists of flexible hours, casual dress code, summer staff BBQs, game nights, lunchtime volleyball, ping pong tournaments, and the opportunity to learn new technologies and work on some really cool projects.