Aurora

  • Palo Alto, CA, USA
Aurora Bozeman, MT, USA
Sep 18, 2019
Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.   Aurora Operations is looking for an Service Engineering Technicians to join our Palo Alto, San Francisco, Bozeman and Pittsburgh teams.  This role will be focused on maintaining our fleet vehicles, performing routine maintenance, complex repair, to collaboration with our hardware team upgrading components.  This position requires great attention to detail, excellent cross-team communication, documentation and solid diagnostic chops. Must be comfortable solving difficult challenges, ready to roll up the sleeves to expedite repair and a constantan constant eye for quality.  Must have experience using OEM diagnostic tools, methodologies, and a logical troubleshooting approach.   Responsibilities Work closely with Vehicle Operations, Software, and Hardware performing diagnostics, test-plans, and vehicle upgrades. Perform routine OEM maintenance to complex mechanical and electrical repairs. Document and communicate findings through process and systems Take ownership and escalate data or findings when appropriate Perform quality service and repair, work cross functionally, and bring a can-do team spirit. Maintain a clean and professional workspace. Capable of balancing and prioritizing multiple tasks. Mechanical aptitude: Assemble or build parts or jigs for prototypes, proficiency with mechanical fabrication (drill press, saws, hand tools, etc.). Testing procedures: Build and setup test rigs for mechanical and/or electrical tests across multiple teams (Hardware, Systems, Devs...etc.). Provides feedback, creates and implements processes and suggestions to new and/or improved workshop standards, protocols, and processes. Essential 3- 6 years OEM Technician Experience 2-4 years Electric Vehicle experience Solid diagnostics chops Clean driving record  Demonstrate knowledge of basic workshop etiquette, provide verbal and writing communication across all teams (No jerks) Desirable (if this section is needed) Direct manufacturing and prototyping experience a bonus Prior experience working with autonomous vehicles Experience with CAN bus issues Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life.   We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for a Vehicle Operations Program Manager.  He/She will work closely with a multidisciplinary team in operations supporting operations initiatives around optimization and efficiency. This role lives in vehicle operations; working closely with representatives in the org and within Software and Hardware. This person will work closely with management ensuring special projects maintain momentum and keeping them on point.  This role is highly organized, mission driven, and possesses excellent communication. Responsibilities Manage tasks related to operations initiatives around optimization and efficiency Draft operational specifications and narratives. Own and closely manage special projects, provide updates to management, and track progress. Identify milestones and blockers; work through challenges Track Objectives and Key Results Build relationships throughout Operations, Software, and Hardware teams.  Understand levers. Drive process improvements and systems recommendations with Product. Assist in creating dashboards associated with assets and resources. Report weekly metrics, successes, and opportunities to Exec team. Act as the primary point of contact for program status by leading operations through regular meetings from working level to management level and communicating weekly reports Essential 3 -5 years proven Program Management experience in High Tech environment (preferably in operations). BS or BA, In a STEM field Desirable Business Analysis experience. Background in building metrics. Live and love working in spreadsheets and making data driven decisions. Has a strong ability to multitask Can coordinate clearly and efficiently with multiple stakeholders and partners     Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in DARPA’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Sequoia, Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. The Project Manager manages internal projects. Project management responsibilities include the coordination and completion of projects on time within budget and within scope. Oversee all aspects of projects. Set deadlines, assign responsibilities and monitor and summarize progress of project. Prepare reports for leadership regarding status of project. The successful candidate will work directly with Real Estate and Facilities to ensure deliverables fall within the applicable scope and budget. He or she will coordinate with other departments to ensure all aspects of each project are compatible. Responsibilities Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility Ensure resource availability and allocation Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress Manage changes to the project scope, project schedule and project costs using appropriate verification techniques Measure project performance using appropriate tools and techniques Report and escalate to management as needed Perform risk management to minimize project risks Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation Meet with leadership to take detailed ordering briefs and clarify specific requirements of each project Track project performance, specifically to analyze the successful completion of short and long-term goals Meet budgetary objectives and make adjustments to project constraints based on financial analysis Develop comprehensive project plans to be shared with leadership as well as other staff members Use and continually develop leadership skills Perform other related duties as assigned Develop spreadsheets, diagrams and process maps to document needs Essential Proven working experience in project management 10+ years of experience Experience in construction management is required Managing large construction projects > $15MM Excellent internal communication skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills Strong working knowledge of Google sheets, docs, slides, etc. Project Management Professional (PMP) / PRINCE II certification is a plus Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate field of study or equivalent work experience Desirable Developing and Tracking Budgets Supervision Project Management Process Improvement Planning Inventory Control Verbal Communication Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.   We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work.   Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life.   We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for Software Engineers to architect, design, and develop our teleoperations systems. Teleoperations at Aurora is a cross-functional role. The team collaborates closely with the motion planning, infrastructure and UI/UX teams to aid the Aurora Driver navigate situations with which algorithms struggle.   Responsibilities Design and build a teleoperations system which allows remote operators to interact with autonomous vehicles Design and implement the integration between operator commands and autonomous vehicle systems Build UI tools and workflows for operators to interact with an autonomous vehicle Optimize system performance over a potentially low availability mobile network Essential BS/MS or PhD in Robotics, Computer Science, or a related field Excellent C++ programming and software design skills Linux development experience and familiarity with linux networking Desirable Autonomous vehicle experience, in particular experience in motion planning algorithms Experience in mobile networking and developing applications utilizing low bandwidth mobile links Experience with video encoding and streaming UI/UX Experience Experience in network and vehicle cybersecurity Working at Aurora   Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together.   The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock, Sequoia Capital, and Amazon.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work.   Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life.   We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for Software Engineers to architect, design, and develop our teleoperations systems. Teleoperations at Aurora is a cross-functional role. The team collaborates closely with the motion planning, infrastructure and UI/UX teams to aid the Aurora Driver navigate situations with which algorithms struggle.   Responsibilities Design and build a teleoperations system which allows remote operators to interact with autonomous vehicles Design and implement the integration between operator commands and autonomous vehicle systems Build UI tools and workflows for operators to interact with an autonomous vehicle Optimize system performance over a potentially low availability mobile network Essential BS/MS or PhD in Robotics, Computer Science, or a related field Excellent C++ programming and software design skills Linux development experience and familiarity with linux networking Desirable Autonomous vehicle experience, in particular experience in motion planning algorithms Experience in mobile networking and developing applications utilizing low bandwidth mobile links Experience with video encoding and streaming UI/UX Experience Experience in network and vehicle cybersecurity Working at Aurora   Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together.   The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock, Sequoia Capital, and Amazon.
Aurora Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  Our software engineers work across the self-driving vehicle system, from algorithm design to high-performance embedded work to distributed implementations. We are developing robust, high performance, and highly reliable software. Responsibilities Design and implement the core software framework for the Aurora Autonomy Platform Make performance -critical autonomy modules fast and reliable Integrate bleeding-edge, self-driving capable sensors   Essential BS/MS or PhD in Computer Science or a related field Demonstrated experience developing performance critical applications Excellent C++ or C programming in a UNIX/POSIX environment   Desirable Experience with Linux Kernel modules and/or Linux real-time scheduling Experience with sensor drivers Prior middleware experience Experience implementing multi-threaded middleware Experience with robotics systems and/or ML systems Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.   We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  Our software engineers work across the self-driving vehicle system, from algorithm design to high-performance embedded work to distributed implementations. We are developing robust, high performance, and highly reliable software. Responsibilities Design and implement the core software framework for the Aurora Autonomy Platform Make performance -critical autonomy modules fast and reliable Integrate bleeding-edge, self-driving capable sensors   Essential BS/MS or PhD in Computer Science or a related field Demonstrated experience developing performance critical applications Excellent C++ or C programming in a UNIX/POSIX environment   Desirable Experience with Linux Kernel modules and/or Linux real-time scheduling Experience with sensor drivers Prior middleware experience Experience implementing multi-threaded middleware Experience with robotics systems and/or ML systems Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.   We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for a Talent Sourcer.  He/She will work with the existing recruiting team to build out the best company in the autonomous driving space! Responsibilities Partner with engineering teams and recruiters to source out and attract top talent Provide a positive and efficient candidate experience for every candidate Seamlessly work cross functionally with engineering teams, recruiters, coordinators, HR, and leadership Collaborate closely with our interview team to ensure preparedness during the interview process Demonstrate expert knowledge of Aurora’s roles, recruiting policies and workflows Essential Must have at last least 3 years of in-house technical sourcing experience Expert ability to source top talent Excellent communication and interpersonal skills A track record of success, integrity, excellent organizational skills, strong work ethic and a sense of urgency Proven ability to take initiative and build strong, productive relationships BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience Desirable Experience hiring in the autonomous driving space Experience working in a small startup that grew at a phenomenal pace and scale Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Amazon, Sequoia, Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for a TeleOperations Lead.  He/She will own the TeleOperations objectives; defining clear policy, process, systems, and methodologies for running a world class center.  This person possess existing knowledge setting up a TeleOps center, is comfortable in developing the specifications, hiring personnel, and putting the overall structure and systems in place. They will work closely with engineering and product, defining the process and tools for remote operations. They will define the skill-sets and management structure for the organization ensuring safety and continuity of service. Responsibilities Manage and drive  TeleOperations objectives Draft operational specifications, policy, process, and tool requirements Create project plan, closely track progress, identify challenges, identify solutions Identify milestones and blockers; work through challenges Track Objectives and Key Results Direct owner of Operations mission, work closely with Software, Hardware, and Product. Create TeleOperations response guide(s) Create dashboards associated with assets and resources. Lead operational specification of product documentation, and coordinate policy and process reviews. Work with Engineering Managers and operations leadership to calculate capacity and estimate effort for upcoming plans. Maintain Current JIRA/Structure for team, including ensuring tickets are updated and tracked to resolution. Create new hire and ongoing training to ensure all employees are operating safely and efficiently.    Ensure uptime and SLA’s are being met. Create bugs and track issues for disruptions. Report weekly metrics, successes, and opportunities to Exec team.   Essential 5-8  years proven Program Management or Management  experience in High Tech environment (preferably in operations). Previous experience in TeleOperations, Remote Operations design and management BS or BA, A STEM field   Desirable Experience with high availability systems at scale FAA, Nasa, Emergency Services background Live and love working in spreadsheets and making data driven decisions.   Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in DARPA’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Sequoia, Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. Do you have experience building strong relationships with engineering?  Meticulous attention to detail?  As a Triage Associate, you will analyze events encountered by our vehicles and communicate them to engineering to impact product development. The triage process categorizes these events, identifies root causes and provides reports on performance.  Your ultimate goal is to help drive rapid improvements in our self driving technology. Responsibilities Collect and review events encountered by the vehicle in real-world and simulated testing Identify failure modes, categorize severity and root cause problems Document and track software bugs through to resolution Assist with regulatory reporting requirements for disengagements Generate reports of system performance Thoroughly understand how our self-driving technology works Collaborate with engineering to improve the performance of our technology Essential 1+ year of experience in a triage role for autonomous vehicle testing Clear and succinct communication skills Experience working in a fast paced environment and creating processes and workflows Desirable BS in a STEM field (ideally Statistics / Mathematics)  Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start to this development, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life.  We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for a VP of Hardware to help lead the efforts developing our sensor and compute autonomy product offering.    Responsibilities Ensure coordination and alignment between software, hardware, product and the overall business Manage personnel planning, recruiting, and development Support high level program scheduling, work planning, and milestone setting Mediate technical decisions with Software Engineering & Operations Define and maintain focus on priorities for the Hardware organization Improve company visibility into key Hardware developments and timelines   Essential Strong foundation in first principles governing hardware and software development Holistic view of product development and sound judgment over key value drivers that takes into account hardware and software risks, lead times, product support, and supplier reliability considerations Proven experience developing, delivering, and supporting world-class products Experience integrating complex electronics into larger systems with custom software Experience building and managing large, performant teams with diverse skill sets (electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, reliability, product, etc.) Experience working in both startup environments and mature organizations Desirable Strategic connections to the automotive industry Ability to attract talent that augments our world-class hardware teams   Working at Aurora   Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief that our success will be a result of working together.   The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in DARPA’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before launching Tesla’s Model X and leading Tesla’s Autopilot program. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Sequoia, Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. Responsibilities Build interactive web applications to support engineering teams throughout the company. Help scale a variety of workflows and operations teams. Essential Experience building modern web applications and UIs in JavaScript Experience working with component-based UI libraries for building single-page applications; we use React Experience using REST APIs Desirable   Experience with TypeScript Experience in UX, prototyping, or design Experience in 3D graphics: Three.js, WebGL, OpenGL Experience in data visualization: D3, Vega, Leaflet, Mapbox Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. Responsibilities Build interactive web applications to support engineering teams throughout the company. Help scale a variety of workflows and operations teams. Essential Experience building modern web applications and UIs in JavaScript Experience working with component-based UI libraries for building single-page applications; we use React Experience using REST APIs Desirable   Experience with TypeScript Experience in UX, prototyping, or design Experience in 3D graphics: Three.js, WebGL, OpenGL Experience in data visualization: D3, Vega, Leaflet, Mapbox Working at Aurora   Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work.   Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life.  We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it. We are searching for a wire harness engineer who will have responsibility for all the wire harnesses that connect the components of the Aurora HW system and connect that system to our platform vehicles. This engineer will be responsible for the requirements, design, documentation, fabrication, integration, and testing of those harnesses.   Responsibilities Create system wiring schematics Coordinate requirements and interfaces between components (e.g. device transmittals) Help engineers with connector selection and pinout Keep up to date on latest options and roadmaps from connector and cable suppliers Specify appropriate cables Size fuses and wire gauges Route harnesses in CAD and on physical vehicles to set lengths and cable management features Create cable drawings Coordinate prototype harness builds with suppliers Rework, build, and test custom harnesses as needed Support bench builds and vehicle integration Harness types include high voltage power, low voltage power, low speed communications (CAN), high speed communications (Ethernet, coax, twinax) Essential Solid EE fundamentals Well organized Hands on experience reworking and making cables Desirable CAD and on vehicle harness routing experience Familiarity with connector/cable suppliers and ecosystem Familiarity with device transmittals and harness definition process   Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together.   The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora works at the intersection of rigorous engineering and applied machine learning to address one of the most challenging, important, and interesting opportunities of our generation: transforming the way people and goods move. Founded by three of the world’s leaders of the self-driving vehicle industry, we design the software and hardware that will power the next revolution in transportation.  We partner with others as we believe this allows us to move more quickly than any one company can move alone.   Aurora hires people who want to build the future of transportation.  We are searching for a Thermal Engineer.   He/She will work closely with our Product Design, Electrical and Systems Engineering teams to analyze and design thermal solutions for our self-driving hardware platform. Responsibilities Develop thermal solutions for autonomous vehicle hardware from architecture-to-production Collaborate with Aurora hardware and software teams to develop product requirements and specifications Optimize design and performance with analytical and computational models Verify models and evaluate design by developing prototypes and executing validation plans- this will require collaboration with test engineering and extensive lab work Evaluate and report test data to refine design and system integration accordingly Develop component and system requirements based on vehicle, safety, performance, reliability, and customer requirements Work with internal and external hardware platform partners to optimize Aurora design for high-volume production Essential At least a BS in Mechanical Engineering Industry thermal design and validation experience (electronics/integrated circuits or automotive experience preferred) Strong first principle understanding of fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics Ability to perform hand calculations and build analytical models for first-order design Expertise developing CFD and numerical simulations of fluid systems (ANSYS-based CFD preferred) Experience selecting and evaluating thermal system components including fans, pumps, heat spreaders, and thermal interface materials Ability to work independently and collaboratively with cross functional teams Desirable MS or PhD in mechanical engineering with an emphasis on thermal systems Software competency in Python, Labview, or Excel   Experience with CAD packages (CATIA is preferred) Experience optimizing thermal designs for acoustic and NVH constraints Strong presentation and communication skills for driving critical design decisions Experience with automotive cooling systems Experience with board-level electronics thermal/mechanical design Experience with liquid cooling   Working at Aurora Your work has real purpose and will  improve lives all around the world. Our technology will increase roadway safety, expand access to transportation, revitalize our cities, and create a new platform for people to enjoy next generation experiences in transportation We're a growing team of incredibly smart and very fun people you'll likely enjoy being around   More about Aurora Aurora has assembled one of the most experienced leadership teams in the space to go build the next leading self-driving vehicle company - including leaders from Google / Waymo, Tesla, Uber ATG, Apple, and several others to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology quickly and safely around the world.  We are partnered with some of the largest automakers on the planet and funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Sequoia, Greylock and Amazon.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work.   Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  We are searching for Mechanical Engineers.   He/She will work closely with a multidisciplinary team spanning both hardware and software to define, design, test, and integrate self-driving vehicle systems. Responsibilities Work closely with autonomy software teams to define and translate sensor, planning, and control requirements into hardware specifications Design, assemble, test, and integrate beautiful, robust sensors, computers, and their accompanying power, heating, cooling and cleaning solutions Design for prototype and mass-production including machined, injection-molded, formed, die-casted, and extruded parts Perform design analysis including stress, strain, thermal, modal, and tolerance Create 2-D drawings and documentation with GD&T and SPC fundamentals Work with hardware platform partners to optimize Aurora design for high-volume production and reliability  Essential BS or MS in mechanical engineering. Preference is given to those who have broad experience spanning several disciplines in the robotics domain Applicants with a MS degree should have 2+ years of total professional experience with direct contribution to successful and relevant products Applicants with a BS degree should have 3+ years of total professional experience with direct contribution to successful and relevant products Proficient in CAD design - Catia V6 and Solidworks preferred, not required Desirable Hobbyists with significant DIY experience and a demonstrated record of executing solid design into great product Knowledge of rapid prototyping, design-for-manufacture, design-for-test, and design-of-experiments A-class part design experience ideally in partnership with automotive design teams Experience with or applied knowledge of motor vehicle systems and bus architectures Thermal management design sense with applied product experience  Electro-mechanical experience with control drawings for PCBAs, connector selection, harness specification, and shielding requirements Understanding of automotive requirements and qualification processes Strong presentation and communication skills for driving critical design decisions Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  We’re searching for Mechanical Engineering Technicians to work closely with a multidisciplinary team spanning both mechanical and electrical to define, design, integrate, and test self-driving vehicle systems. Responsibilities Support AV hardware R&D initiatives from component to vehicle-integration Develop and fabricate mechanical, thermal, and electrical components Build wire harnesses and electronic assemblies with detailed documentation Collaborate with Test and Reliability teams to develop equipment and fixtures, collect data, and generate reports Work with Aurora engineering for troubleshooting, failure root cause, design modification, and validation Maintain, stock, and organize the hardware lab Essential 4+ years of electro-mechanical technician experience in consumer electronics, automotive, marine, or aerospace industries Working experience fabricating first article hardware to advance product development Familiarity with lab, rapid prototyping, and mechanical-thermal testing tools (including hand tools, basic machine shop, soldering iron, thermocouples, strain-gauges) Experience with basic diagnostic tools such as programmable power supplies, scopes, multimeters Mechanical and thermal engineering fundamentals, with basic knowledge of electrical engineering and ability to read schematics Strong organizational skills with attention to details and quality workmanship Familiarity with CAD including solid modeling and drawings (CATIA preferred) Desirable Knowledge and experience with AV or ADAS systems, sensor suites, and computer hardware Basic programming experience in Python or C++ Strong technical writer Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day. We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We are looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  We are searching for Network Engineers (Autonomous Driving) to help drive networking performance and capabilities, on our autonomous vehicles. The role works very closely with our Onboard SRE and Infrastructure teams. Responsibilities Manage and improve performance and reliability characteristics of our high-speed onboard networking Determine requirements and drive custom development for switches and client devices Develop and implement systems for high-speed/high-throughput wireless connectivity from vehicle to offboard Monitor all facets of network performance Essential BS in Computer Science or a related field   5+ years experience in high speed LAN networking 5+ years experience in advanced mobile/wireless networking Experience with decision-making and setting technical direction Ability to work in a safety-first yet fast-paced environment Desirable Experience in Python and/or C++ programming; expertise in other languages welcome Experience with custom networking hardware Experience with VPNs and other forms of network security Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.  We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We are looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  We are searching for Network Engineers (Autonomous Driving) to help drive networking performance and capabilities, on our autonomous vehicles. The role works very closely with our Onboard SRE and Infrastructure teams. Responsibilities Manage and improve performance and reliability characteristics of our high-speed onboard networking Determine requirements and drive custom development for switches and client devices Develop and implement systems for high-speed/high-throughput wireless connectivity from vehicle to offboard Monitor all facets of network performance Essential BS in Computer Science or a related field   5+ years experience in high speed LAN networking 5+ years experience in advanced mobile/wireless networking Experience with decision-making and setting technical direction Ability to work in a safety-first yet fast-paced environment Desirable Experience in Python and/or C++ programming; expertise in other languages welcome Experience with custom networking hardware Experience with VPNs and other forms of network security Working at Aurora Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.  We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.
Aurora Palo Alto, CA, USA
Sep 09, 2019
Aurora Overview Bringing self-driving vehicles to our roads is the most transformative opportunity of our generation. Aurora is taking a fresh start with the development of self-driving technology, combining excellence in AI, rigorous engineering, and a team with decades of experience building robots that work. Led by a team of seasoned experts, including three of the world’s leaders of self-driving technology, our mission is to deliver the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. We are designing the software and hardware to power the transportation of our future that will make our roads safer, give more people access to mobility, and reduce congestion and pollution in cities - improving the quality of life for all. The challenge in what we are endeavoring to achieve is transcendent; we are developing perhaps the world’s most complex computing system and asking it to perform the task of transporting and keeping safe our most precious asset: human life. We’re looking for people who are as excited as we are to solve these complex problems and make this tremendous impact on our future, and who want to be surrounded by great people while we do it.  We are searching for Software Engineers.   He/She will work across all aspects of the self-driving vehicle system, from algorithm design to high-performance embedded work to distributed implementations. We are developing robust, high performance, and highly reliable software. Responsibilities Full-stack development High-performance message passing and multi-computer infrastructure Cloud development and distributed compute Development of highly reliable embedded software Essential MS or PhD in Computer Science or a related field highly preferred Strong experience with “coding in the large” in a structured software engineering environment Excellent C++ programming, Python and software design skills; expertise in other languages welcome Desirable Expertise in modern GPU hardware Working at Aurora   Our work has real purpose. Delivering self-driving will improve lives around the world, expanding access to transportation, revitalizing cities, giving people more time back every day.    We’re one team. We’re inspired by the challenge of what we’re solving and the impact our work will have on society. Our camaraderie is built on respect for our work and the fundamental belief our success will be a result of working together. The Founding Team Aurora has assembled the most experienced leadership team in the space. Chris Urmson helped lead Carnegie Mellon’s efforts in Darpa’s Grand Challenges, then was a founding member of Google’s self-driving team. Sterling Anderson worked on the tech at MIT before leading Tesla’s Autopilot system. Drew Bagnell, also a Carnegie Mellon alum, is a machine learning expert who helped build Uber’s autonomy effort. At Aurora, these three continue to bring experts from all areas of the industry to the team. We are funded by some of Silicon Valley’s best venture capital firms, including Greylock and Index Ventures.