Autonomous Field Support Engineer

Job Locations AU-WA-Perth
Job ID
2022-2142
Category
Technical / Engineering
Type
Permanent Full-Time
Company : Name
Autonomous Stuff

Overview

Field Support Engineer 

We are looking for a Field Support Engineer to join our team. The Field Support Engineer is responsible for a wide variety of tasks such as integration and commissioning of autonomy hardware, deploying, testing, and tuning autonomous vehicle software and dynamic controls, coordinating tests with asset managers, on-vehicle testing and validation, and reporting of test results to controls engineers, autonomy engineers, and management.

 

The Company: Hexagon is a global leader in digital reality solutions, combining sensor, software and autonomous technologies. We are putting data to work to boost efficiency, productivity, quality and safety across industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, public sector and mobility applications. You’ll be joining over 22,000 people in 50 countries on the leading edge of your field.  

 

This position is with Hexagon’s Autonomy & Positioning division, a global technology leader, pioneering end-to-end solutions industry leaders rely on for assured positioning and autonomy on land, sea and air. Our work touches every aspect of life, from sustainability on Earth to enabling autonomy. Within the Autonomy & Positioning division your work will contribute to the operation of our brand AutonomouStuff. 

 

The Location: Hexagon is a global company with locations around the world. This position is based in Perth, Australia.

Responsibilities

As Field Support Engineer, you will:

  • Integrate, debug, and commission drive-by-wire and autonomy hardware
  • In-production facility and in-field, FIFO, deploying and testing of autonomous vehicle software and dynamic controls
  • Perform test execution for new firmware, software, or hardware
  • Deploy software on embedded Linux controllers
  • Develop test plans and schedules
  • Develop test instructions for vehicle operators
  • Regular reporting and discussions with NPI development teams to debug issues, provide product improvement suggestions
  • Analyze, coordinate, and perform failure analysis activities to identify root cause of customer reported issues
  • Act independently with minimal supervision to conduct data collection and complete required vehicle performance tests
  • Contribute to customer documentation and training material for various software applications
  • Assist customers with configuration and ongoing usability of system hardware and software

Qualifications

Must-Have:

  • Ability to comply with requirements to travel to mine sites
  • Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline or equivalent experience
  • Basic hands-on vehicle electrical and hardware install experience
  • Previous field-follow experience
  • Ability to work FIFO

Key Success Factors:

  • Professional, Comfortable with customer facing role
  • Adaptable to fast changing requirements
  • Problem-solving ability
  • Flexibility to support various projects

Nice-to-Have:

  • Automotive Electrical experience
  • Vector CANape, CANalyzer, CAN hardware tool experience
  • CAN bus communication and diagnostics experience (J1939)
  • Experience with testing of controls and actuators
  • Experience with data acquisition equipment (National Instruments tools, Somat Edaq, etc..)

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