(UN)MANNED is a fast growing software startup with tremendous opportunities for inhouse career growth. We aim to redefine aerospace software, and to become an essential part of every new aircraft, or aircraft upgrade.
We are working on the onboard software and associated electronics for manned aircraft and spacecraft, as well as on both the ground stations and the onboard software for unmanned aircraft and spacecraft. We mostly work on large unmanned aircraft, which have the same safety needs as manned aircraft.
As a team, we strive for diversity and actively encourage diversity, and respect your life outside of the company.
We do insist on coming in to the office to have a good team spirit and fast interactions. You will be located in (UN)MANNED's offices in Bruges, Belgium. Our offices are within walking distance of the train station, with excellent connections to Ghent, Brussels, Antwerp and Leuven.
We have a hands-on approach, where managers are deeply involved in the execution.
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Formal Methods Expert & C Developer
A key aspect of our computer language Sol is the analysis of high-level requirements. We use this information to automatically generate the application. A key aspect of aircraft software is that it has to be guaranteed safe. This is established by exhaustive testing of the requirements, achieving full coverage (and more). This is obviously very time intensive.
The Sol compiler knows a lot about the application it generates, and formal methods could be used to dramatically reduce testing. We are working on this technology, but we are looking for an expert on take on formal methods as a full-time focus within our company.
The Sol compiler is written in C (for very good reasons), and you will need to master this language to be productive.
You need to be able to be in the office in Brugge, Belgium, as you will become a key member of the core development team.
We are designing our own chips for massive parrallel processing. We use this for accelerating aircraft computing, creating graphics and interpreting incoming video. We also use it to implement new learning algorithms and artificial intelligence.
Your job is to bring algorithms that are prototypes on PC to VHDL, completely rewritting the logic to take full advantage of the inherent paralelism of the FPGA/ASIC. You will focus primarily on video processing, image feature extraction and also image generation.
VHDL Developer for Artificiation Intelligence
Your job is to work on our FPGA-accelerated Deep Neural Networks and to implement other artificial intelligence techniques in VHDL.
Experts in Embedded Computer Vision
We are working on computer vision for Unmanned Aircraft, using C code (main processor) and VHDL (FPGA).
We expect you to have proven experience in the domain. Academic work is sufficient, if your work at the university is on topic and domain specific. Please provide with references to your work, and if available publications. If you come from industry, please provide us with non-confidential information about your past work. So if you have a deep background in computer vision and embedded software development,
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Collaborative Innovation Manager
(UN)MANNED does a lot of innovation projects with partners from the industry and academia. These projects are usually aimed at truly raising the state of the art, and being second to none. Our research aim is on the intersection between artificial intelligence and airworthiness certification. The concept of having a computer make decisions (AI) is the direct opposite of proving the correctness of the application (certification). That tension field is the focus of our business and research.
Your job is to manage the research, from the initial interacting with partners, to winning projects, to leading them, as well as publishing about the result. You will work closely with, and report directly to, the CEO. Your work touches on all parts of our technology and future products. You work with (y)our people, and help further strengthen the research team.
Beside research credentials on relevant topics, prior experience with EU collaboration projects is a big plus when applying for this job.