Overview

Role: Hardware Engineer
Location: London
Contact: jobs@signal.bio (No recruiters please)

Signal Biometrics is creating high-performance wearable sensing & video, for the most demanding teams. Our solutions are currently deployed in Formula 1 and other motorsports, where we are enabling human telemetry to be used in challenging environments.

Overview

We are hiring Hardware Engineers to help define our hardware roadmap and drive the development of our embedded systems. You should be hands-on, able to go from concept to launch and do a bit of everything along the way, including schematic capture, board layout, assembly, test, debug, and integration. You should be proficient with Altium Designer.

Your role will be to implement internal and user-facing tools that generate insight from traditional and novel data sources. You will join projects extending beyond motorsports and human telemetry, in fields such as concussion research, remote search & rescue, performance measurement, positional tracking, live telemetric sensing, and real-time communication. You will help in making inroads in areas where novel sensors can improve ways of doing things.

Responsibilities

  • EDA (schematic capture, layout design, circuit simulation)
  • End-to-end hardware design and development
  • Developing a roadmap for hardware and firmware
  • Rapid prototyping and concept validation
  • Be based in London, with the opportunity to travel

Technologies we’re using

  • Altium Designer
  • BLE / WiFi / Long Range RF
  • USB / MIPI / Video Processing
  • C/C++
  • 3D Printing
  • Flex PCB
  • VHDL & FPGA
  • IoT / SoC
  • WebRTC

Perks

  • Any tools you need to do the job
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Flexible schedule and holidays
  • Possibility to work remotely and/or travel for work
  • High profile industries and clients
  • Join an early stage and fast growing startup

Tagged as: altium designer, EDA, internet of things, PCB

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