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Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) Seeking To Hire An ADAS Controls Engineer To Develop Autonomous Driving Technologies 



Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is seeking to hire an Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Controls Engineer to develop autonomous driving technologies. The job opening is currently listed on Tesla’s careers section, seeking to hire sovereign driving expertise. The company made the Tesla Model S, widely regarded as one of the best cars ever manufactured. However, it is deficient of the kind of driver assist features that is owned by other high end cars. Some of those driver assist features, like Ford’s parallel parking assistant, are building up towards sovereign driving.

The job duties highlights directly to developing fully self-ruling driving, comprising a control algorithms in the area of advanced driver assistance systems, research and design work in company’s on-board software and hardware and software architectures across company’s vehicle system so that advanced driver assistance systems have proper performance and congregate functional safety prospects and norms.

The current job opening declares to applicants that they will be given charge for manufacturing vehicle-level decision-making and creative and longitudinal control strategies for Tesla’s attempt to initiate fully automated driving. The requisite experience also aligns with the objective of developing fully autonomous driving. The candidate must have research experience for the application of advanced control theory to autonomous driving technologies, perceptive the sensor systems used in autonomous driving, awareness of on-board data communications protocols (CANBUS) and more.

Another job listing in early August was seeking for a RADAR engineer with 3-10 years experience of developing and release job on sensors (Radar, Cameras, Lidar, and Ultrasound) and active safety systems and would be in charge for translating Tesla’s autopilot roadmap into active safety features and into necessities. It is obvious considering both the job postings that company is planning to develop autonomous driving systems. This is the kind of feature that cannot be developed immediately due to the broad testing that would be needed for ensuring safety. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares in last session moved up 0.37% to $165.54, while trading in range of $162.16 – $166.37.
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About the author: Mark Cooper

Mark Cooper is a deputy editor for eFInanceHub and is a regular finance contributor. Prior to his current post, Mr. Cooper was a front page editor from 2007 through April 2010. Born in Lubbock, Texas, Mr. Cooper earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri at Columbia, graduating first in the journalism school. While at the university, he was a reporting intern at the Killeen (Texas) Daily Herald, a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund editing intern at the Boston Globe and a recipient of the Donald J. Reynolds Award, a scholarship for journalism achievement. Contact Mark via email at MCooper@eFinanceHub.com.

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