Intel ADAS Hardware Engineer in San Jose, California
Autonomous Driving hardware engineer is responsible for developing hardware design for Autonomous Driving/ADAS platform, including electro-mechanical interfaces.
Responsible for schematic generation and printed circuit board design.
Design electrical and electronic circuits, SoC selection and integration, system timing and bus loading.
Interface with mechanical engineering, SoC team, and production teams in generation of board design requirements and design specifications.
Responsible for design of board subsystem assembly including design of IC to board interfaces, board to mechanical/thermal interfaces, assembly requirements, and board-level test procedures.
Perform electronic design, analysis and test of electromechanical interfaces, and sensing modules.
BS/MS Electrical Engineering or related field.
Minimum of 1+ yrs of experience in related field.
Responsible for architecture and design of platforms including SoCs, DRAM, eMMC, PMICs and sensors.
Experienced with designing electro-mechanical/mechatronic interfaces, control systems and Wire harness design, construction, and testing.
Experienced on PCB design, and best practices aligning with signal integrity, EMI and ESD. Knowledgeable in designing batteries, chargers, and system design.
Experience in VHDL and FPGA design and development is preferred.
Rapid prototyping and ability to work in an Agile mode is needed.
Experienced with Industry and Compliance testing is a plus.
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