Accerion – one of the Netherlands’ quiet success stories – is just now going global. Accerion founder Willem-Jan Lamers created this optical positioning technology for autonomous robots back in 2015, then entered HighTechXL’s accelerator.
This year, everything is going Accerion’s way. That includes new clients, a significant A Round investment backed by Phoenix Contact Innovation Ventures and a successful trip to Boston as part of a Dutch trade delegation that included Prime Minister Mark Rutte and top executives for the Netherlands’ largest companies. (More on that later.)
Accerion is hiring a Senior Computer Vision Engineer who will be responsible for:
Developing and implementing computer vision/image processing algorithms
Optimizing software architecture
Improving code quality
Optimizing computational efficiency/system performance
Creating prototypes, implementing and testing new functionality based on market feedback
Developing imaging system calibration algorithms and tools
Preferably testing and integrating your work using hardware
What they want from you:
You have a technical academic background (MSc/PhD)
You have three or more years of experience in the computer vision/image processing field or relevant experience during your Master’s thesis or PhD
You have experience in embedded C++, multi-core programming
You love to develop high-performance algorithms and quality code
You have experience with GIT, scrum and (embedded) Linux
You are able to communicate well with your team members
You have a passion for technology (robotics, sensors, tinkering)!
What Accerion offers:
Work on an informal, dynamic, international and highly skilled team with people from diverse backgrounds
Work on new and unique technology and build products for the mobile robotics market
Work in our beautifully designed and easily accessible office by car and train (1 min. walk) in the city of Venlo
Opportunity for on-the-job competence and personal development
Flexible working hours
Accerion has a diverse crew and they have additional careers for those with advanced technical skills at the headquarters in Venlo on the Netherlands/Germany border.
You can see them here.
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