3D location. No WiFi. No GPS. No beacons. Bloomberg Top 50 startup of 2017
Research Engineer (Robotics/Estimation)$100k – $120k • 0.1% – 0.4%
* MS or PhD degree in robotics or a related field with 2-3 years research and/or industrial experience
* Localization experience: experience with mobile robotics localization systems
* Theoretical software: sensor fusion, state estimation, signal processing
* Probabilistic estimation: Kalman Filtering, SLAM, inertial navigation
* Fundamentals in linear algebra, and probabilistic techniques
* Fluent in Python or Matlab for prototyping ideas
* Broad experience from many different types of projects
* Able to work independently and in a team
* Strong analytical ability, interest in applied research and solving real-world robotics problems
* Ready to work at a fast-paced startup, iterate quickly, and deploy technology to live users
* Creativity is key
* Inertial Navigation Systems: experience with INS, GPS-INS fusion, vehicle navigation
* Computer Vision: visual-inertial navigation, SLAM, real-time feature extraction, optic flow, kernel functions, visual sensor fusion, etc.
* Machine Learning, AI, control systems
* Experience with robotics techniques such as ICP, path planning
* Experience with robotics platforms such as PCL
* C/C++ programming experience
Great location in San Francisco, awesome rooftop for coffee & lunch, snacks, equipment budget, healthcare, building actual technology, lots of gadgets (smartglasses, wearables), internationally diverse team, good beer on Fridays!
navisens at a glance
navisens focuses on Mobile, Location Based Services, and Indoor Positioning. Their company has offices in San Francisco. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees. To date, navisens has raised $3.6M of funding; their latest round was closed on March 2019.