Woven Planet is building the safest mobility in the world. A subsidiary of Toyota, Woven Planet innovates and invests in new technologies, software, and business models that transform how we live, work and move. With a focus on automated driving, smart cities, robotics and more, we build on Toyota's legacy of trust and safety to deliver mobility solutions for all. 

For nearly a century, Toyota has been delivering products and services that improve lives. Automation that originated to increase the efficiency of daily activities has evolved into the safe, reliable, connected automobiles we enjoy and depend on today. Now, we are looking to the next 100 years and to extending that dream for a better life for all people. At Woven Planet we strive to build a safer, happier, more sustainable world.

Our unique global culture weaves modern Silicon Valley innovation and time-tested Japanese quality craftsmanship. The complementary strengths enable us to optimize safety, advance clean energy, elevate well-being, and improve how people live, work, and play. We envision a human-centered future where world-class technology solutions expand global access to mobility, amplify the capabilities of drivers, and empower humanity to thrive.

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Woven Planet is developing automated driving technology using a data-driven approach. We’re building products at autonomy levels 2-4 to drive both near- and long-term improvements to mobility for all. Woven Planet has the backing of one of the world’s largest automakers, the talent to deliver on our goal, and a built in path to product and revenue—a combination rarely seen in the mobility industry. We’re looking for doers and creative problem solvers with a passion for improving lives.

Each member of our diverse and talented group of software and hardware engineers has the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our technology and products. Our growing team works in brand new garages and labs in Palo Alto, tests AVs at our dedicated test track in Silicon Valley, and explores the industry’s most compelling research problems at our office in London. With support from our Woven Planet colleagues in Tokyo, our work to improve the future of mobility spans the globe.

Woven Planet is building the safest mobility in the world. A subsidiary of Toyota, Woven Planet innovates and invests in new technologies, software, and business models that transform how we live, work and move. With a focus on automated driving, smart cities, robotics and more, we build on Toyota's legacy of trust and safety to deliver mobility solutions for all. 

For nearly a century, Toyota has been delivering products and services that improve lives. Automation that originated to increase the efficiency of daily activities has evolved into the safe, reliable, connected automobiles we enjoy and depend on today. Now, we are looking to the next 100 years and to extending that dream for a better life for all people. At Woven Planet we strive to build a safer, happier, more sustainable world.

Our unique global culture weaves modern Silicon Valley innovation and time-tested Japanese quality craftsmanship. The complementary strengths enable us to optimize safety, advance clean energy, elevate well-being, and improve how people live, work, and play. We envision a human-centered future where world-class technology solutions expand global access to mobility, amplify the capabilities of drivers, and empower humanity to thrive.

ABOUT WOVEN PLANET GROUP

Woven Planet Group (Woven Planet) represents a carefully curated blend of expertise and resources dedicated to bringing the vision of “Mobility to Love, Safety to Live” to life. Through innovations and investments in automated driving, robotics, smart cities, and more, we are transforming how humankind lives, works, and moves. We exist to design, build, and deliver secure, connected, and sustainable mobility solutions that benefit all people worldwide. Founded in 2018 as Toyota Research Institute - Advanced Development (TRI-AD), Woven Planet is composed of four complementary companies: Woven Planet Holdings, Woven Core, Woven Alpha, and Woven Capital.

Visit us to learn more: https://www.woven-planet.global/

WHO ARE WE?

The OTA (Over-The-Air) team’s mission is to bring quick, safe, and continuous vehicle software updates to the masses. We are part of Arene, an exciting vehicle development platform with a goal to simplify vehicle software development and increase developer agility. For developers, the OTA team provides a streamlined environment for implementation, verification, and deployment. For business owners, we enable intuitive vehicle fleet management and monitoring. For end-users, we guarantee consistent vehicle updates with the latest and greatest features and safety. We integrate tightly with partner teams and collaborate on features ranging from low level embedded in-vehicle firmware to high level user interfaces. We embrace challenges and drive innovations from scratch to delight our customers.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

The OTA team has two major ownership areas - Cloud and Embedded. As a member of the OTA team, you will be exposed to a wide range of technologies, such as web-based micro-services, and ECU (Electronic Control Unit) architectures. You will be innovating on end-to-end OTA solutions for delivering software updates to vehicles, quickly, efficiently, and securely. Ultimately, you will be a key contributor in the company’s vision in evolving “transportation” into “mobility”, harmonizing the best of "Silicon Valley innovation" and "Toyota craftsmanship". If you enjoy pioneering technologies, and working with a team as passionate as yourself, this is your place!

WHAT WILL YOU OWN?

  • You will partner with stakeholders to define the best-in-class OTA systems for the global market.
  • You will collaborate with both internal and external teams on cross-functional systems designs, providing insights and developing comprehensive solutions.
  • You will implement, test, deploy, and integrate critical OTA features throughout complete software development lifecycles.
  • You will pioneer development and testing infrastructures, establishing high standards.
  • You will continuously improve internal documentation, tooling and engineering best practices.
  • You will identify and master new technologies to solve consistently emerging challenges.
  • You will be part of a closely-knit family, materializing the next technological advancement while having great fun.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • 3+ years of professional software engineering experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent industry experience in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related fields.
  • Experience in C/C++ programming.
  • Basic security knowledge, such as encryption and signatures.
  • Basic knowledge of network technologies.
  • Working proficiency and communication skills in verbal and written English.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Domain knowledge in the automotive industry and software update methodologies.
  • Experience in building commercial-grade embedded systems.
  • Experience in QNX and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL).
  • Experience in MISRA C/C++ and AUTOSAR C/C++.
  • Experience in network programming.
  • Experience in Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology.
  • Experience in Cyber Security (ISO 21434) and Functional Safety (ISO 26262).
  • Japanese language skills.

If you are currently located outside of Japan, don't worry, we'll set an interview over Google Hangout Meet or Skype.

OUR COMMITMENT
・We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity.
・We pledge that any information we receive from candidates will be used ONLY for the purpose of hiring assessment.

OUR COMMITMENT
・We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity.
・We pledge that any information we receive from candidates will be used ONLY for the purpose of hiring assessment.

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