Job Purpose

As a member of the Architecture & Control team, you will be responsible for developing the over-the-air software including the execution of over-the-air (OTA) deployment, data collection from the client’s vehicle, and the software architecture.


Duties and responsibilities

  • Develop OTA core strategies, feature requirements, UI/UX requirements and operational process requirements.
  • Work with cross function team to establish release plan and deliver the software package
  • Develop protocol and message structure for vehicle to server or server to vehicle communication by working with cross functional teams
  • Develop telematics module platform and design specs and its interfaces of subsystems / components for varying vehicles and regional applications.
  • Create/define electrical control unit and its interface by working with cross functional teams.
  • Develop validation plan with cross functional teams


Supervisory Responsibility



Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

 Full Time, Non-exempt


Required Education and Experience

  • BS (required), MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science
  • Experience in development of software flash thru OTA mechanisms
  • Experiences in automotive telematics system design and development and the automotive connectivity solutions such as Wi-Fi, Cellular, Bluetooth, vehicle networking etc.
  • Good understanding of cellular technologies 3G/4G (CDMA, GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/UMTS/HSPA+, LTE) for devices and core networks (MSC, HLR, VLR, etc.)
  • Knowledge of OTA security requirements (such as SSL, message level encryption) and understand of vehicle to cloud connectivity: APN, VPN, TCP/IP stack etc.
  • Experience with CAN, SPI and other communication protocols
  • Experience with Automotive embedded system hardware like DSP, FPGA or microcontroller, and their standard peripheral components, especially in hybrid and electric powertrains application
  • Familiar with compilers, debuggers, IDE and source code control
  • Familiar with development tools in automotive industry, such CANape/Neo-VI a plus
  • Extensive experience with implementing Embedded Controls Algorithms and Software  
  • Experience with automotive System Safety Development Process (e.g. ISO26262 working knowledge)
  • Knowledge in environmental, reliability, and safety requirements for Automotive application
  • Experience with TI DSPs or NXP microcontrollers a plus


Preferred Personality

  • Creative thinking, and high level analytical ability
  • Flexibility and adaptability in a fast-paced and dynamic work environment
  • Strong work ethics, highly motivated, and positive energy and attitude
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