At DAQRI, our goal is to change the way the world works. Might seem lofty, but that’s what we work towards every day. We wholeheartedly believe that if you change the way people work, you change lives.

Software Engineering is at the heart of our technologies. More specifically we need to augment our native development skills, to blend the best in functionality with the best in performance and battery optimisation for our 1st Party Applications. Our Software Engineers not only write and test code but also come up with the most efficient algorithms and data structures to use on real-time problems. You will be in charge not only of designing and implementing robust software but also on pushing the capabilities of our cutting edge DAQRI Smart Glasses.


    • Develop customer-facing augmented reality applications
    • Build developer-facing tools for creating augmented reality applications
    • Ability to translate product requirements and concepts into software designs and implementation taking scalability and performance into consideration
    • Analyze requirements, wireframes and capabilities of related systems to propose appropriate solutions
    • Ability to write clear, concise, organized, and well-documented code.


    • 2+ years C# programming skills using Unity3D
    • 2+ years C++ programming skills
    • Experience shipping products
    • Expertise in object-oriented design and software patterns (MVP, MVC, etc.)
    • Ability to turn UI/UX designs into product-quality code
    • Ability to collaborate with UI/UX designers and other developers in a team environment


    • Experience creating AR/VR, mobile or embedded applications
    • Experience with web services (REST, SOAP, etc.)
    • Experience writing unit and integration tests
    • Experience with Linux
    • Knowledge of 3D graphics, 3D modeling and creating 3D assets
    • Familiarity with SCRUM methodologies, JIRA, Git and Continuous Integration (Jenkins)

DAQRI is the world’s leading enterprise augmented reality company powering the future of work through innovative hardware and software products. The DAQRI Smart Glasses™ are improving efficiency and safety for workers on the job and providing unparalleled cost savings in industrial and manufacturing settings. DAQRI was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in the UK, Ireland and Austria.





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