Argo AI was founded to tackle one of the most challenging applications in computer science, robotics and artificial intelligence with self-driving vehicles. Argo AI is developing and deploying the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning and computer vision to help build safe and efficient self-driving vehicles that enable these transformations and more. The challenges are significant, but we are a team that believes in tackling hard, meaningful problems to improve the world.

We are building a high-performance team that is excited by complex engineering challenges and is passionate about making transportation safer, more affordable and accessible for all.

The Hardware Engineering Compute team at Argo is responsible for developing and integrating complex, high-performance computing systems as part of our self-driving systems. Our multidisciplinary team interacts with a number of teams across Argo and our supply base. Hardware Engineers design, implement, and test the hardware which execute Argo’s autonomy software, working closely with Argo’s software and operations teams.

What you’ll do:

  • Participate in system architecture definition
  • Participate in system development, component selection, schematic design reviews, board layout reviews, signal/power integrity simulation reviews, bring-up, and debug of integrated hardware and software systems
  • Collaborate with cross functional teams to support the product development, bring-up, debug, and release to production
  • Develop functional specs, procedures, and other documentation required for integrating complex computing modules into self-driving systems
  • Lead and supervise manufacturing boards
  • Lead and supervise systems build, test, and debug
  • Support existing production products as required
  • Support EMC, functional safety, and worst case circuit analysis tasks
  • Interface with our partners, JDM/ODM/OEM, & suppliers
  • Travel to remote offices, test facilities, engineering partners, or manufacturing partners

What we’re looking for:

  • Degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics or a related field
  • Experience in hardware development, testing complex resilient systems & boards with successful release to production.  Systems in robotics, transportation, aerospace, servers, networking/communication, or similar industries
  • Experience in defining board circuit specification, designing PCBAs, selecting components, reviewing signal/power integrity simulations
  • Experience in system architecture definition is a plus
  • Design experience with x86 processor, storage and Ethernet products
  • Design experience with the automotive microcontrollers is a plus
  • Experience in designing, debugging, and managing high speed designs
  • Experience in high available resilient redundant systems development
  • Experience in release to production of complex products
  • Familiarity with schematic capture and layout tools.  Familiarity with Orcad or equivalent and Allegro tools
  • Familiarity with standard interfaces KR, SGMII, SSD, PCIe, DDR, USB, I2C/SMBus, PMBus, SPI Bus, Optical/Copper Modules (1G-100G)
  • Familiarity with discrete switching/Linear regulators, and DC-DC converters
  • Familiarity with WCCA, DFMEA, MTBF/FIT
  • Familiarity with operating systems, including OS and associated tools for debugging, and testing complex systems (Linux including Ubuntu/Yocto/OpenEmbedded; QNX or similar RTOS)
  • Familiarity with CPLD/FPGA design is a plus
  • Familiarity with high-speed signal integrity simulation and measurements methodology
  • Good debugging skills and problem solving
  • Good communication skills with cross functional teams & suppliers
  • Self starter, positive attitude, detail oriented, organized and responsible

At Argo AI, we have a strong emphasis on creating a highly effective team environment. Thus, we seek candidates that can work effectively with others across a broad range of disciplines.

Argo AI is an equal opportunity employer that believes in diversity as a strength.

We know it takes competitive benefits to fuel a team that works hard and enjoys the challenge. At Argo AI, you can expect stellar perks to support your best self:

  • Full, high quality health/dental/vision insurance
  • 401(k) plan with employer match
  • Unlimited vacation
  • Competitive compensation packages
  • Flexible work locations
  • Free parking
  • Catered lunches and snacks
  • Fitness reimbursement
  • Commuter reimbursement
  • Professional development reimbursement

Argo AI is a LinkedIn Top 50 Startup

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