The role of ADAS Hardware Engineer for ECUs and Sensors is based within the ADAS Systems and Subsystems Engineering group in Electrical Engineering
The ADAS Systems and Subsystems group is responsible to complete all the system engineering deliverables required to design and deliver driver assistance features based on video, radar and ultrasonic technologies such as Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Automatic High Beam control, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Limiter, Rear View, Junction View, Cross Traffic Alert, 360 degree Plan View, Lane Change Merge Aid, Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, Highway Assist
You will manage and coordinate the design, development, testing and introduction of new systems and components (commodities). Operating in a cross-functional organisation, Lead Engineers will direct report into Group Leaders and where delivering on specific vehicle programmes have an additional matrix report into Module Leaders.
The successful applicant will need the following skills and qualifications:
- Delivering the commodity plan to QCT and Legal regulations along with RMDV requirements.
- Experience of Electrical Hardware Design and Requirements Management
- Knowledge of Optical Quality and PCPA requirements.
- Management of the design responsible supplier teams in support of delivery of the programme milestones
- Manage and resolve issues, escalating where required
- Own and deliver the Engineering APQP deliverables (to complement the STA Engineer APQP deliverables).
- Electronic Circuit Design covering a wide range of digital and analogue technologies, for high volume, safety critical automotive control systems.
- Electronic Circuit Analysis (WCCA) using various analysis tools (eg. Excel, Mathcad) and Spice simulation packages (eg. SIMetrix, Multisim)
- Liaison with the relevant subject matter experts/co-ordinators to assist in the development of robust FMEA, FTA and Reliability Analysis in support of ISO 26262 work packages.