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Gilbert Research Center  provides world-class excellent  career opportunities in

industry, research, academics & management.

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Pay-scale: 7 Lakhs to 10 Lakhs per year Category: Engineer
Experience: 8+ Years in Industry

 Eligibility:

  • PhD in computer science or related fields

  • 8+ years of experience working in a high-demand business environment.

  • Hands-on experience working with Python, JavaScript, C, C++, R

  • Hands-on experience working with development engines such as Unity, PTC Vuforia, and Unreal Engine.

  • Ability to develop prototypes using development boards such as Raspberry Pi, Jetson nano, and ARM.

  • Ability to quickly learn and develop using new development platforms and new IoT, AR/VR devices

  • Exposure to industrial communication protocols, ISA 95 architecture, and cloud enterprise architecture knowledge

  • Exposure to low-power wireless technologies e.g., BLE, LoRA, NB-IoT etc.

  • Capable of delivering technology workshops/internships to students of Gilbert Research Center.

 Job Description:

  In this IoT Engineer role, you will get allocated to digital transformation work and collaborate with research teams of Gilbert Research Center to provide IoT/Digital expertise for solving business challenges with the technology. You will be an active contributor and leading engineer to create a technology knowledge base for our company. You will work collaboratively with our team to execute research and development programs related to the Internet of Things.

You will participate in deep technical discussions of various cutting-edge ideas to identify the best solution for the customer. You will also be rapidly demonstrating and prototyping through a combination of wireless, mobile and cloud apps, location services and voice recognition. You will conduct and/or participate in voice of customer meetings with the prototypes to get end-user feedback and iterate to develop the best solution. You'll conduct an online workshop/internship for students of Gilbert Research Center.

 

   

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