Embedded Software/Firmware developer

ARESYS
Published
15 October 2020
Location
Milan, Italy
Category
Job Type

Description

ARESYS is a R&D oriented company dedicated to the design and development of innovative remote sensing systems, especially in the RADAR system field. We are looking for a motivated and experienced Embedded Software Developer to be part of a specialized team for the development of innovative remote sensing RADAR applications.

Main tasks and responsibilities:

The tasks that shall be performed by the candidate will include:

  • Design robust sequential and object oriented software applications for real time systems
  • Develop C/C++ software , both system side and host side
  • Perform digital data analysis through common software tools like Matlab or Python
  • Perform signal analysis through common laboratory instruments
  • develop the HMI of the system;

Education and experience:

  • Strong knowledge of C/C++ language and debugging features;
  • Strong experience in C/C++ applications development on Linux OS or RTOS;
  • Multi tasks applications, tasks scheduling, inter-tasks communication;
  • Networking protocols: Ethernet, TCP/IP, UDP;
  • Knowledge of communication protocols for automation (EtherCAT, Profinet, etc.) is considered an asset;
  • Hands-on experience with Real-Time systems;
  • Hands-on experience with laboratory instruments (Scope, Spectrum Analyzer )

Technical skills:

  • Degree in Electronic/Computer/Telecommunication Engineering;
  • at least 3 years of relevant experience in the industry;
  • Brilliant scholastic resume.

Contractual offer: 

  • Full Time - permanent;
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