C++ SW Developer (Camera systems)
- Budapest, Gyömrői út 104, 1103 Hungary
- Legal Entity: Robert Bosch Kft.
Do you want beneficial technologies being shaped by your ideas? Whether in the areas of mobility solutions, consumer goods, industrial technology or energy and building technology – with us, you will have the chance to improve quality of life all across the globe.
Welcome to Bosch
The Bosch Engineering Centre of Budapest has been established in 2005. Today, it is a major research and development hub within the Bosch world focusing on the big mobility trends: automated, electrified and connected mobility. More than 2700 engineers are working together on complex automotive products within various fields of engineering from software to mechanical and hardware product development. Your ideas will be part of products improving the life across the globe.
The division develop innovative components, systems and functions in the field of vehicle safety, vehicle dynamics, driver assistance and automated driving. Through the combination of systems based on cameras, radar, ultrasonic sensors, electric power steering and active or passive safety systems we not only make driving safer and more comfortable today but we are also building the basis for the autonomous driving of tomorrow.
Have a look at our camera systems:
Your contribution to something big:
► Understand high complexity HW / SW System
► Create C++ code which runs on the target hardware
► Debug existing C++ code, find root causes and resolve software issues
► Create low-level software design
► Documentation of your work products
► Understanding and implementing customer requirements
► Agile working method
What distinguishes you
► Bsc/Msc studies or equivalent working experience
► C++ programming experience (at least 2 years)
► Embedded Linux
Your future job location offers you:
flexible worktime options | benefits and services | childcare offers | medical services | employee discounts | various sports and health opportunities | on-site parking | catering facilities | good access to local public transport | room for creativity | urban infrastructure