The Intel Perceptual Computing Group is looking for a Senior Sensor Fusion / SLAM Engineer.
Intel is transforming itself from a PC company to a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The Perceptual Computing Group is at the forefront of that transformation, developing software and hardware to sensify computing for robots, drones, AR/VR, and other exciting new technologies.
The Software Engineer will develop and implement algorithms for six degree of freedom camera tracking and pose estimation.
These algorithms will fuse multiple sensing modalities, including monocular and depth cameras and inertial sensors.
The candidate should be able to extend, optimize and invent new algorithms in order to deliver the needed functionality.
The candidate will provide input for feature planning based on area expertise and target devices and will help shape the roadmap for future computer vision solutions.
Inside this Business Group
Ph.D., MS, or equivalent experience in Computer Vision, Sensor Fusion, Robotics, State Estimation, or related fields. Excellent C/C++ and software engineering skills.
Solid understanding of linear algebra
Experience with state estimation frameworks such as EKF, particle filters, or similar
Hands on implementation and product development experience for real-time sensing problems.
Ability to implement cross-platform code suitable for multiple form factors and computing environments.
Ability to develop for performance at both the algorithm and code levels.
Experience with real-time systems, embedded systems, and/or hardware acceleration Knowledge of machine learning and pattern recognition
Familiarity with issues of numerical computation such as stability and convergence Highly self-directed and motivated; comfort collaborating with multiple partners across geographies
Perceptual Computing (PerC) is an organization within Intel tasked with the research, development, and productization of technologies for Natural User Interaction, encompassing both human to machine and human to human experiences. PerC aims to build technologies that would help users to have natural, immersive and intuitive interaction with computers through not only touch interface but also through hand gestures, voice and video. The objective of PerC is to explore consumer-focused hardware and software applications of close-range hand and finger gestures, speech recognition, face recognition and tracking, augmented reality and more.