FPGA Software Engineer
Farmington, MISummary of the Software Engineer (FPGA):
Our client, a well-established TIER ONE automotive supplier, has established a new group to work on cutting edge automated driver technology and is looking for a FPGA Software Engineer (FPGA) to join them. In this position, you will be responsible for developing the the FPGA hardware for a new Lidar-based ADAS sensor system (Xilinx SoC) along with the development of FPGA/VHDL code for the data management and related controls.
Responsibilities of the Software Engineer (FPGA)
Qualifications of he Software Engineer (FPGA)
- Develop reliable FPGA software used in advanced sensing applications
- Development of the FPGA hardware for a new Lidar-based ADAS sensor system (Xilinx SoC).
- Develop FPGA/VHDL code for the data management and related controls.
- Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering
- 6+ years of experience in developing signal processing code for FPGA (Xilinx or Altera preferred)
- Strong experience in working with hardware description languages or tools such as VHDL or Verilog.
- Strong knowledge of computer architecture, computer arithmetic and hardware & software interfacing to an FPGA
- Practical understanding of scripting languages along with some familiarity with C, C++, and Matlab.
- Experience in Design, Implementation, and Test of FPGA solutions for DSP systems for Radar or Vision applications using VHDL or Verilog will be preferred
- Experience in high performance signal processing architectures, SoC, or hardware acceleration will be preferred
- Multi-threaded, embedded Linux experience will be a plus
Location: Detroit Area, MI
Compensation: $85,000-110,000/year, depending on experience
Relocation assistance: Subject to review
Visa sponsorship: H1B transfers only. NO OPT will be considered
Keywords: FPGA, DSP, Verilog, VHDL, Xilinx, Altera, radar, vision, “digital signal processing”, SoC, “automated driving”, ADAS, ADS, "field-programmable gate array", "field programmable gate array", "VHSIC Hardware Description Language", "system on chip"