Are you curious about software development in the automotive industry? How about bringing light to the road and help us go towards zero, faster - meaning zero accidents in traffic? You’ll work in a cutting-edge tech company, in a warm inclusive culture, with highly skilled people where you’ll help save millions of lives in the process. Apply today - no CV needed, all we need is your name, email and phone number! We'll cover the rest later.
Insights from the team
You know when you are driving your car in a dark and rainy fall evening in Sweden? Your high beams seem to be your life saver, but there is so much more going on in our full software safety solution. This is all thanks to our Rider teams that develop our adaptive high beam control with the purpose of creating as much visibility of the surroundings as possible, for the driver - without annoying other drivers. Our team is responsible for ensuring that we capture all different weather scenarios for the adaptive high beam control (AHBC). The teams cover three areas: KPIs, data integration, data curation. We implement interfaces to our customer Volvo Cars and their SW/HW supplier – as well as visualize AHBC feature output for further analysis. We also support in car / HIL integration and testing of the software.
Our mission is to bring traffic accidents towards zero, faster. We work closely with our customer, Volvo Cars, and collaborate with hardware and software suppliers to develop state-of-the-art solutions. We have software running in Volvo and Polestar today and we are releasing our product continuously. Just like your iPhone.
You’ll be working in the team in Lindholmen, Gothenburg. The Product Owner is also located in Gothenburg, the other 15 people in the teams are located remotely. Join us in a warm and inclusive culture where you'll have the opportunity to work with highly talented professionals who share a common goal.
Your mission and day-to-day tasks
You will work with integration and development of adaptive high beam functionality for autonomous driving. You will be contributing to parts of the software development cycle, from understanding the technical requirement to getting into the car and testing the outcome on the road.
Typical tasks on a day to day include:
- Understanding the technical requirements from our customer Volvo Cars
- Gathering and analyzing data for automotive software development
- Collaborate closely with software suppliers
- Test the in-car software on the road, including at the vehicle proving ground
What's in it for you:
You will have the possibility to grow your expertise and understanding of the Autonomous Driving space and how we build our software product OnePilot. Your great colleagues will make you smile every day and you will gain many new connections in the automotive domain. You will work in a really international, empowered and agile team in a diverse environment.
You will get the chance to take great responsibility. There is no better place to learn than from all the brilliant minds and talented engineers that we have at Zenseact.
Qualifications & experience
A minimum of a three years of hands-on software engineering experience on industrial scale. You have most likely come across many of the phases; design, implementation, test, delivery and quality management. You also have the following:
- Solid skills in Python, C++
- Previous experience working with databases and dashboards
- Possession of a valid Swedish driver's license for on-road testing
- Strong Linux skills and hands-on experience on bash scripting
- Experience of large/industrial scale CI/CD with many patches continuously tested and delivered per day
- Agile development and DevOps WoW
- Having worked with Bazel
- Experience of working with Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) and vehicle testing
- Some experience of SQL and/or QNX.
- Experience of developing dashboard and visualization tools
What more do we offer?
Flexible-remote way of working: Zenseact has a flexible and modern approach, thus is happy to offer to its employees the possibility for a combination of work at the office and from home. This doesn't include fully remote work from outside Sweden/China.
In this role it is necessary that you work from the office 3-4 days per week to be able to access the rigs you´re going to work with.
More about Zenseact
Our software makes a difference.
Using AI-based technology to create the ultimate driver support, we’re fighting to end car accidents and make roads safe for everyone. Every year, around 1,4 million people die in traffic while approximately 50 million people get injured. Many get disabled as a result of their injury. We can do better.
One purpose, one product.
We’re a software company dedicated to revolutionizing car safety. By designing the complete software stack for autonomous driving and advanced driver-assistance systems, we’re fighting to end car accidents and make roads safe for everyone. Zenseact was founded by Volvo Cars, and the teams are based in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Shanghai, China. When we aim for zero accidents faster, we strive to speed up the transition to safe automation. This is essentially achieved by making cars updatable – like a computer or a phone. With regular software updates, a vehicle can be made safer long after its production. By accelerating improvement loops, shortening development cycles, and deploying high-capacity software quickly, we can make cars safer, faster.
Culture with people at heart
To achieve our mission of saving lives and ending traffic accidents is to go where nobody has before. It requires us to venture into the unknown, pioneering new technology and pushing the frontier of autonomous driving. While there’s no denying our determination and expertise, we must stand united to succeed. By fostering a culture of support and enablement – a place of psychological safety where all of us can thrive – everything else will follow. We call this a people-at-heart culture. This culture means caring. It means the company cares about me, and we care about one another. It means sharing, so we give each other energy and have fun together. Our culture is also about belonging. It’s important to feel at home and that we can be ourselves at work. Finally, a people-at-heart culture means well-being. So, we enjoy the flexibility needed to be and do our best – at work and in life.
Zenseact works proactively to create a culture of diversity and inclusion, where individual differences are appreciated and respected. To drive innovation we see diversity as an asset, which means we value and respect differences in gender, race, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age etc.
Interviews are held on a continuous basis, so we highly recommend that you submit your application at your earliest convenience.