Early stages of the Client's next Software Platform evolution development for new Fully Networked Vehicle (FNV) Electrical Architecture. The project is focused on the creation of the modern Software-Defined Vehicle digital infrastructure. Target Software Platform will operate in a variety of environments and is critical to:
Expand the use of industry adopted APIs
Support high-velocity application development
Enable next-generation vehicle applications
Luxoft will provide core parts for Automotive Middleware around AUTOSAR (Classic and Adaptive), including networking, configuration, security, diagnostics, etc. Additionally, Luxoft will participate in the development of components for a virtual environment. This virtual environment will support the CI activities, including automated builds, virtual ECUs/Machines, and automated testing support.
Project management maturity must reach ASPICE level 3. It requires establishing transparent project execution monitoring and control. Each participant will be responsible for providing evidence of systematic and significant achievement of the defined process attributes.
In this position, you will be responsible for helping the FNV work streamlining, shaping the architecture and designs' vision, and assisting in the development and software verification process.
Create architecture solutions and develop concepts for in-vehicle communication (using service oriented approach)
Create detailed design documents
Implement POCs/functional tests
Knowledge transfer, support other team members
AUTOSAR Adaptive: proven (recent) experience working inside AUTOSAR Adaptive consortia and / or customer projects using AUTOSAR Adaptive.
Experience in modern SW architecture (POSIX, Linux, AUTOSAR Adaptive Architecture)
Experience in Design, Development, and testing of software in C++
Nice to have
experience working with commercial stacks and tools for AUTOSAR Adaptive
English: B2 Upper Intermediate
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