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Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS

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Farmington, MI
$90,000 - $110,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Dec 26, 2017
Job ID
Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS
Farmington, MI

Job summary of the Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS:

Electrical Design Engineer with ADAS and ECU experience is required to play a key role in the development of the advanced active safety microelectronic hardware designs for automotive applications. In this role you will be responsible for Development of hardware/software interface specifications. This is one of our long term clients (a leader in advanced vehicle safety systems). This is a stable, growing company that is offering significant future opportunities to break into new technologies.  They are working with the latest and greatest innovations in the automotive field such as active safety, brake-by-wire, and automated driving. If you have previous experience with Multi-processor ECU design which includes ARM processors, DSP and SOC/FPGA along with Digital communication interfaces, then this position is well suited to you.

Responsibilities of the Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS:
  • Circuit analysis including worst case, monte-carlo, etc
  • Interface with ECAD for circuit board layout and compliance with Manufacturing Design Rules.
  • Development of hardware/software interface specifications.
  • Perform electrical development and bench testing.
  • Control and release Electrical BOM.
  • Collaborate with product assurance team for developing test specifications and required test equipment
  • Lead EMC activities to ensure compliance and final approvals from customer.
  • Develop and work on subsystem level testing for “proof of concept” of new design strategies
  • Collaboration with Manufacturing groups to bring new product from prototype through production.
  • Interface with suppliers for development of component specifications, resolving open issues and maintain the inventory.
  • Circuit designing as per the customer requirements along with the key component identification.
  • Execute Thermal management, design approaches and testing in conjunction with mechanical team.
  • Identification and implementation of all necessary design changes.
  • Participate in design reviews with peers and Technical Specialists and document all the aspects of the product development process

Qualifications of the Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS:
  • BSEE along with 5 years of experience in high-speed digital hardware design.
  • Any experience in vehicle control electronics is a plus.
  • Experience in Multi-processor ECU design which includes ARM processors, DSP and SOC/FPGA.
  • Experience with Digital and Vehicle communication interfaces such as I2C, SPI, UART, RS-232/485, MIPI, Flexray, CAN/ CAN FD, GM-LAN, LIN, MOST.
  • Experience with high speed serial and Video interfaces such as SERDES, GMSL, FPD-Link, LVDS is a plus.
  • Knowledge of high reliability electronics design, EMC, signal integrity, and PCB construction and stackup (Type 1/ Type 2 HDI, BGA fanout, etc).
  • Any experience in Thermal considerations in component selection/layout, Functional Safety/ ISO-26262 considerations, and/or manufacturing and test designs is a plus.
  • Experience with high-speed memory interface design such as DDRx and high reliability electronics design (fail safe power supply architecture designs) is preferred.
  • Solid background in failure analysis/root cause investigation.

Compensation of the Digital Hardware Engineer - ADAS:
Salary Range: $90,000-110,000/year depending on experience 

Location: Southeast MI
Type:  Direct
Travel:  As and when required
Relocation Assistance:  Subject to review
Visa Sponsorship:  H1B transfers only. NO OPT will be considered

Knowledge of the following areas will be helpful - "Multi-processor ECU", "Multi processor ECU", ECU, "Engine control unit", ARM, DSP, SOC, FPGA, "Digital communication interfaces", I2C, SPI, UART, RS-232, RS-485, MIPI, DDRX, "Vehicle communication interfaces", Flexray, CAN, "CAN FD", GM-LAN, LIN, MOST, "GM LAN", SERDES, GMSL, FPD-Link, LVDS, "Fail Safe", "power supply", "Thermal considerations", EMC, "Signal integrity", HDI, BGA, fanout, , "Failure analysis", root cause investigation" Schematic, "Circuit analysis", worst case", monte-carlo, "monte carlo", ECAD,