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Simulation Software Engineers, Self-Driving Cars | Drive.ai, Mountain View, CA


Drive.ai is using cutting edge Deep-Learning technology stack to power the next gen of self-driving cars by creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) software throughout the stack for autonomous vehicles. Founders out of Stanford University's AI Lab with Andrew Ng (former Chief Scientist at Baidu and founder of Google Brain’s AI project) on the Board.

We are seeking Simulation Engineers to simulate and model scenario/environments for our autonomous vehicles. Develop simulation tools and framework related to 3D graphics rendering, physical simulations, vehicle dynamics modeling, and multi-agent systems. Build assets and models in these game engines. Robotics experience is ideal.

Key skills/environment: C++ or Python, Linux, Robotics/ROS, AI, autonomous systems, 3D simulation framework. Using software such as: Gazebo, OGRE, Unity, three.js, OpenRave, Drake, CGAL, Unreal, Bullet, etc.

Simulation Software Engineer
APPLY HERE: https://www.drive.ai/careers?gh_jid=721585
(Currently USA and Canada-based candidates)

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