Opening for ADTF Factory for product based MNC in Bangalore

Opening for ADTF Factory for product based MNC in Bangalore

Job Responsibilities
Programming in C++ of algorithms in Automotive Data and Time Triggered Framework (ADTF) for driver assistance applications.

Skill Requirements 
Mandatory Skill Set; C++/C, image processing techniques
Desirable; CAN protocol

4Yrs of Experience on C/C++ programming
Knowledge of image process algorithms and signal processing algorithms 
Experience in graphics programming is required. Knowledge of CAN protocol is desired. 

Bachelor or Masters Degree in Electronics/Communication/Computer Science/Electrical Engineering, passed in first class with distinction from NIT/IIT/BITS or other reputed University 

Total Experience: 4  - 8 years

Please Send me your updated Resume to with the Following Details

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