Computer Vision Engineer – Knoxville, TN

Computer Vision Engineer

GRIDSMART Technologies, a company of Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. is a market-leading, technology-driven business with a differentiated video tracking offering in the Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) market. GRIDSMART delivers a single camera sensor for intersection actuation and performance management with horizon-to-horizon view, including the center of the intersection, with its fisheye lens. Its iconic Bell Camera is the world’s first single-camera solution for intersection actuation, data collection and situational awareness. Based in Knoxville, TN, GRIDSMART has counted and classified more than 43 billion vehicles through 54 million hours of real-world video processing in 7,000 intersections spanning across 1,200 cities around the world.

We are seeking a computer vision engineer who can independently conceive and implement innovative ideas. The candidate must be able to work with state-of-the-art object tracking and machine learning algorithms and implement proposed methods in a real-time system. The candidate must have a strong desire to collaborate with teammates, to continue learning, and to teach teammates new concepts.

Minimum Job Requirements:

o   Four-year college degree in computer science, electronic engineering or other related technical discipline, plus a minimum of four years of related experience or a master’s degree with two years of related experience. (PhD is desirable.).

o   Experience in image processing, computer vision, and machine learning is required.

o   Experience to include software development / engineering, developing state-of-the-art computer software, exercising creativity in technical direction and successful strategy development.

o   Requires proficiency using object-oriented programming languages,

particularly C++ and scientific scripting languages, particularly Python. Knowledge of other languages and APIs is beneficial.

o   Ability to develop software in Windows and Linux.

o   May require experience with embedded processing.

o   Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, and interface with customers, subcontractors and vendors.

o   Must be able to solve complex and difficult engineering problems.

o   Able to prioritize work and complete multiple tasks under deadline and budget guidelines.

o   Must be able to work in a lab environment and be able to use a computer. Ability to use PC software such as word processing, database, spreadsheet and flowchart, and Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools.

o   Must be available for travel.

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