Salary (SGD) 4K - 8K
Full Time | 0 Applicant(s)
Posted: 03 Aug 2018
Develop next generation web application for robotic systems!
Our client works with industry, academia, and government to create and support open software and hardware for use in robotics, from research and education to product development.
They offer two open source products for robots which are relied upon by hundreds of thousands of users and developers around the world.
Develop user friendly, cross platform, lightweight, and mobile interfaces to robotic and autonomous systems. Join our team to help build the next generation of web applications for robotic systems.
Our team has a deep background in embedded devices, robot simulation, and control software. This experience will combine with your knowledge of web technologies to create a seamless ecosystem of software for robot control, planning, analysis, and simulation.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develop web applications to control and coordinate robot simulation for use in competitions, research, development, and testing
Design and prototype web technologies, such as visualization and anaylsis, for use with physical and simulation robotic systems
Support, maintenance, and documentation of software functionality
Software testing and quality assurance
SKILLS / JOB REQUIREMENTS
Degree(s) in Computer Science or a related field, and/or equivalent industry experience
Knowledge of distributed databases, scaling services, high throughput and low latency solutions
Knowledge of testing and deploying web applications through cloud providers
Experience designing and developing web applications with public REST interfaces
NICE TO HAVE’S
Experience connecting web applications with hardware devices, such as IoT devices and robots
Experience developing and maintaining open-source software
Experience writing Android and/or iOS applications
Experience using open source libraries
Experience with ROS, Gazebo, and/or other robotics software
Several years of professional software development experience
Please apply for this job using the following link: https://snaphunt.com/jobs/31814509