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Linux Embedded Engineer

Company: Freefly Systems
Location: Seattle
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Linux Embedded Engineer Why Freefly? Efficient The first, again and again Check out our innovation timeline Transparent Long term sustainable thinking. We are building Freefly to be an Evergreen company, a long term hub of innovation. Transparency and building from first principles are key. Good ideas win here. Innovative We see the world differently. We combine technologies in novel ways to drive incredible user value (and smiles) About the Role Freefly Systems, the company that redefined camera movement with the introduction of the M--VI (a compact, lightweight, 3-axis camera stabilizer) has launched its first camera, the Wave and it---s a hit We are on the lookout for a uniquely talented embedded Linux Engineer who loves cinematography to get in on the fun. As a member of the Wave Team, you---ll join us on our mission to develop the world---s most innovative professional camera systems in a fast paced, multidisciplinary, startup environment with direct impact on our product roadmap The ideal candidate is a jack of all trades with a diverse portfolio of built work spanning multiple industries and demonstrates a thorough understanding of complex electromechanical systems. Most importantly, you must have a positive ---can do--- attitude, play well with others, embrace a challenge, and realize that every failure is a critical step toward creating innovative products. We need your help to answer the following questions and many more: What processing should we do on-camera (FPGA, embedded CPU, GPU) vs. off-camera (Phone, Laptop, Cloud) in our next generation camera system Which flavor of Linux should we use and why? What wireless chip would you advocate for in our next gen products? Why? What are the larger industry trends that we should be keeping an eye on to keep our team productive? Parts, tools, processes, shortcuts? What should the ideal scientific camera do? What does the long term roadmap for cameras look like? Will big improvements come from hardware or software in the future? How could you identify the pose (Location and Orientation) of a camera and localise it in space? How would you do this given different sensors or restrictions on the environment (e.g. a site that you can prepare and control vs a natural environment that you cannot prepare ahead of time) What tools and features would help bridge the real and virtual worlds? Responsibilities Configure, validate, and deploy embedded Linux kernels based on product needs. Evaluate, modify, and, if needed, create Linux drivers for camera peripherals. Architect a simple and responsive on-camera user interface. Design efficient software that can run on low power camera systems. Collaborate with team to architect system layout (IO - GPU - CPU - Storage - FPGA - Sensor). Bring techniques used in other spaces (video games, cell phones, etc) into the video / cinema industry. Evaluate new technologies (hardware, software, tools). Enable new levels of image performance via deep learning techniques. Conduct materials, technology, and process research to develop products that achieve lofty performance requirements. Perform simulation, testing, and analysis to ensure products that live up to Freefly name. Multitask across a range of products in varying levels of completion while meeting schedules and hitting milestones. Provide cross-functional support to internal and external teams. Mentor and teach whenever possible. Document your adventure along the way to share with internal / external teams. Qualifications Proficiency in embedded Linux kernel and device driver development and debug. Excellent C/C++ programming and debugging skills Experience in cameras systems, imaging systems, and computer vision. Software development across the range from hardware integration/interaction, low level software to handle high-throughput data streams, processing algorithms, and programming applications with GUI (graphical user interface). Emphasis on embedded software with real-time requirements. Serial digital communication knowledge (UART, I2C, CAN, SPI). Hands on experience with measurement and test equipment (oscilloscopes, DAQ---s, etc). Experience with version control systems. 5 years of industry experience (preferred). Excellent communication skills, verbally and written. Experience working with multidisciplinary groups driving schedules and tasks. Passion for learning, iterating, and first principles. Must possess great ---feel---. We need to move fast and good hunches save time. Why you should join World class team that has out innovated marketplace for > 10 years Launch real products to real customers fast Freedom to create and grow professionally Competitive compensation plus 20% profit sharing Generous benefits including medical, dental, vision Access to prototyping shop and resources If you---re interested in joining our team, drop us a line at careersfreeflysystems.com and tell us about your exciting projects, what you---re learning--- and a few war stories. Company Description Freefly is Focused on the Future Over a decade of experience in the professional cinematography industry has given Freefly a unique ability to develop and bring innovative products to market that serve the needs of cinema and aerial professionals. Freefly is passionate about pushing the envelope technologically in order to provide our customers with the tools to capture amazing footage.

Keywords: Freefly Systems, Seattle , Linux Embedded Engineer, Engineering , Seattle, Washington

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