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Draper is seeking a highly-qualified engineer in perception and localization, with a specific focus around the areas of computer vision and machine learning, and with relevant experience also in simultaneous localization and mapping, estimation theory, and robotics/autonomy.
The candidate will be expected to work on a variety of exciting problems including but not limited to: machine learning applied to object detection and location recognition, vision-based navigation and 3D mapping, image analytics, geolocation and tracking, as well as multi-sensor fusion autonomy. Hands-on experience in project execution and in designing, developing, and validating real-time perception algorithms to accurately address concrete problems is highly desirable.
The engineer in this position will also be expected to provide technical support for internal and external research and development proposals, while staying abreast of the state of the art in perception and localization technologies.
Required skills include:
Highly desirable skills include:
Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. Security Clearance.