XPeng Motors is one of China’s leading smart electric vehicle (“EV”) companies. We design, develop, manufactures and market smart EVs that are seamlessly integrated with advanced Internet, AI and autonomous driving technologies. We are committed to in-house R&D and intelligent manufacturing to create a better mobility experience for our customers. We strive to transform smart electric vehicles with technology and data, shaping the mobility experience of the future.
As a software engineer, you will be part of a team working towards XPeng Motors' autonomous vehicle vision. Your responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Design and implement modules within the autonomous software stack.
Analyze system CPU and memory performance and propose/implement optimization
Debug performance bottlenecks
Provide software design and architecture guidance to other team members
BS/MS Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, related technical discipline, or equivalent experience
5+ years of Software Development experience
Excellent C++/C programming skills
Excellent understanding of multi-threading and concurrency fundamentals
Experience with RTOS
Proficient at CPU or memory profiling tools.
Excellent debugging skills (Coredump , live debug)
Master of software debugging tools: software debuggers, analyzers, trace loggers
Proficiency with Python, Shell, and Git
The following are nice to have but not required:
Experience with QNX RTOS
Experience with Nvidia Xavier platforms
Experience with TCP/IP , UDP and networking protocols.
Experience with DDS/ROS
Experience in Automotive industry
What do we provide:
A fun, supportive and engaging environment
Opportunities to pursue and work on cutting edge technologies
Snacks, lunches and fun activities
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status or marital status or any other prescribed category set forth in federal or state regulations.