Udelv pioneered autonomous delivery with the first public road-enabled autonomous delivery vehicle launched in January 2018. After completing more than 1,400 automated deliveries in California in 2018, Udelv launched a second-generation vehicle at CES 2019 and has since completed more than 7,000 automated deliveries on behalf of prestigious clients in Arizona and Texas. With its patented technology that fits the needs of last- and middle-mile delivery, Udelv has garnered hundreds of millions of dollars in orders and pre-orders and is on path to become one of the first AV companies to remove the safety operator on its B2B routes. Our mission is to improve people’s lives by seamlessly moving goods directly to people’s doors with a cheap, safe and sustainable technology.
As an Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for designing and developing electrical architecture as part of Udelv’s autonomous and automated product development. You will collaborate with the broader team to create and implement robotic actuation systems for next generation hardware and cutting edge solutions in the autonomous driving and delivery space.
· Design, develop, implement and test electrical architecture as part of broader product development
· Collaborate with mechanical engineering group to implement robotic actuation systems
· Test and troubleshoot prototype systems
· Refine and implement systems for manufacturing and deployment
· 5-7 Years of experience
· Strong grasp of C++, Python and software design
· Strong ability to integrate/test micro-controllers, motor control and power systems.
- Electrical testing, troubleshooting and rework.
- Strong debugging skills through use of instrumentation such as oscilloscopes, protocol analyzers (PCAN Explorer, Mototune).
- Board level design.
- System level design.
- Exposure to wireless communication systems and hardware (Bluetooth LE, 3G/4G LTE, WiFi, etc).
- Mixed signal embedded systems.
- Low-level firmware development for bring-up and test.
- Exposure to typical peripheral interfaces such as high speed serial interfaces (including USB) and low-speed serial interfaces (SPI, I2C, CAN, RS-232).
- Low-power circuit design.
- Comfortable supporting multiple subsystems at any given time.
- Exposure to CAD tools (e.g. Eagle).
- Power circuit design for battery-powered actuators.
- Comfortable working collaboratively with documentation and revision control.
- Enthusiastic about both advising others and executing work individually.
BS or MS in Electrical Engineering