Driving the Future of Automotive

Project Description

Luxoft is building up a Software House, a new organization targeted at developing In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems for the age of autonomous vehicles.

How do people spend time in their cars?

How do they interact with information?

How will they utilize car infrastructure in the year 2021?

How to surpass all the benchmarks in automotive software development?

We believe that software is the driving force to enable and differentiate in future environments. We have built the SW House to achieve outstanding user experience, applying the best of open source technology. Our SW House will work the way that open source communities are meant to work. We are focusing on continuous integration up to its latest concepts, including continuous delivery right into the vehicle. Our project setup and way of working follow agile principles scaled to a team of hundreds. Combining latest technologies, agile way of working and continuous striving for the best solution, we will define what IVI looks like in the future together with our OEM partner.

Why Join Us?

  • Be a part of the future of infotainment systems
  • You will work on a project for the top automotive company in the world
  • Agile Setup
  • OSS-minded technology
  • Stable and well-performing platform which will evolve over multiple generations
  • First SOP is 2021
  • Once in a lifetime opportunity
  • A great challenge and opportunity to learn

Pelagicore, which is now part of Luxoft family, is a leader in open-source software (OSS) platforms and services for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and human machine interface (HMI) development. The company serves a number of blue-chip corporations and enjoys industry recognition as thought leaders in the HMI space with deep expertise in open source technologies, the cross-platform user interface (UI) development framework Qt, and in IVI systems. Being part of Luxoft offers Pelagicore access to its agile global delivery platform, enabling to execute on large-scale strategic engagements and bring solutions to a wider market with high-quality delivery services. It also provides a benefit from Luxoft’s complementary in-depth expertise in design, instrument cluster, advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving, connectivity / internet of things (IoT), telematics, and navigation technologies.

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Project Description
You will be working in close co-operation with development team(s) and support their work by focusing on the building and testing environments. In your role as a tools&automation engineer you are expected to contribute to the development of CI and CD systems and provide an integral part of what make the team produce high-quality software with little manual overhead.

As a Tools & Automation Engineer you will be responsible to setup, configure and maintain the Continuous Integration- and software delivery systems infrastructure. You are expected to embrace the mindset of agile development and take responsibility for the end-product being developed. You will be part of a team that believes in a work climate that values people and encourages innovation, collaboration and a professionalism.
Skills Required
Identifies and solves problems which require analysis by adopting existing procedures, techniques and methods. Actively contributes to improvements and changes. Takes responsibility for his/her actions and his/her delivery, and encourages others to do the same. Has a good understanding of the group's joint tasks. Seen as a person who takes full responsibility and work colleagues can trust. Works independently. Excellent communication and teamplayer skills, including fluent in English.

Experience from the following is meriting:
Agile development principles and application supported by tools
DevOps principles and application
Scripting ex. Python, Ruby, Shell or similar
Atlassian toolchain such as JIRA, Confluence,
Testing techniques to include functional, regression, sanity/smoke, batch, and system testing.
Test automation tools/frameworks (Gherkin, Cucumber, Squish etc.)
CI systems like Jenkins, Bamboo etc.