Sensor Analyst, Freespace Motion Solutions Hillcrest Labs
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Do you always have the answer to ?how does that work?? AND ?how can I make it better?? Are you a mathematical wizard who dreams in statistics, kinematics, quaternion calculus and linear algebra? Join our Freespace Motion Solutions team to work with the latest MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, and combined sensor fusion devices. Devote time to hardware qualification; research of new sensor technology; maximization of sensor performance; and statistical analysis of large data sets. Qualified candidates will have a B.S. in Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related field with three years relevant professional experience. Proficiency in Matlab and object-oriented programming required. Strong verbal and written communications skills including the ability to clearly and persuasively articulate technical ideas also required.
||15245 Shady Grove Road |
Rockville, MD 20850
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED
Hillcrest Labs enables CE and peripheral manufacturers, service providers, and internet content companies to deliver the most visually engaging and intuitive way to access, discover, and interact with digital media throughout the home.Investors: Columbia Capital
, Grotech Ventures
, NEA All Jobs: at Hillcrest Labs
|Headquarters:||15245 Shady Grove Road|
Rockville, MD 20850
|Industry:||Computers and Peripherals|
|Company Profile:||Hillcrest Laboratories has created the first pointerbased, interactive media system for TV. Hillcrest Labs enables CE and peripheral manufacturers, service providers, and internet content companies to deliver the most visually engaging and intuitive way to access, discover, and interact with digital media throughout the home.
Components of Hillcrest Labs HME Interactive Media System can be embedded in a wide range of digital entertainment devices including high definition televisions, settopboxes and personal computers.
The company won two 2006 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards, presented by the Consumer Electronics Association and the Loop was named as one of Popular Mechanics magazines Best of CES 2007. Based in Rockville, Maryland, Hillcrest Labs was founded in 2001 by Dan Simpkins. The company is funded by NEA, Columbia Capital and Grotech Capital|
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