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REQ ID: 113007
JOB TITLE: ADAS Calibration Integration Lead Engineer
LOCATION: Budapest


We’re re-examining our vehicles and what a vehicle means in the emerging world of automation, connectedness, electrification and the shared economy. New ideas, new technology, and new approaches to mobility are our business. Join a team of next generation thinkers.


The role will be within the newly created Assisted and Automated Driving Calibration team, which will have the responsibility for the calibration and fine tuning of future ADAS systems within Jaguar Land Rover. In line with the agile set-up of the project, the Calibration Integration Lead Engineer will be part of the Calibration team/chapter, but will be deployed in the Integration squads which will include cross-functional competences linking Electrical Engineering (Digital Product Platform) and Chassis departments.


The agile squad is focused on integrating multiple ADAS features into a single customer product (normally associated to a Vehicle Programme), develops integrated control systems and delivers integrated software design and calibration for existing and future Chassis, Electrical, ADAS Motion Control, and various new technologies for enhancing the driving experience and working towards the goal of autonomous driving. 


You will lead the calibration integration of next generation ADAS motion control systems using the vehicles, rigs and virtual environments within a team specialised in the creation and deployment of ADAS motion control functions, with the purpose to achieve best in class attributes and “robustly” meet the most stringent global standards. The control systems delivered cover a wide range of autonomy from ADAS level 1 to ADAS level 4: this includes the calibration and verification of ADAS features in the Cruise, Active Safety, Parking and Manoeuvring and Vision domains. 


The responsibilities of the role include review of system requirements, check of Software implementation, testing of control functions in the vehicle and on the simulation environments, calibration of the control functions and software modules on prototype ECUs, de-bugging in virtual and physical environments such as the vehicle, ensuring that suitable libraries and calibrations are delivered to support all development and production releases. 

As an ADAS Calibration Integration Lead Engineer you will: 
•    Working with stakeholders to identify and plan integration activities. Integrate control systems into ECUs, vehicles, rigs and virtual environments across multiple areas of the business. 
•    Responsible for system integration requirements analysis, reviews and improvements for the calibration of specific AAD functions 
•    Responsible to deliver to a comprehensive set of targets through detailed / optimised calibrations to meet the overall integrated applications attributes 
•    Responsible for active contribution in AAD Functions System Calibration Test Plan/s and Strategy/s definition. 
•    Reviewing and developing the AAD software required to adapt to new chassis, ADAS, and powertrain hardware features. 
•    Responsible for the delivery of calibration, software and vehicle sign off activities. 
•    Responsible for vehicle test travels including vehicle updates and preparation as well as travel logistics.


•    Experience with“V-Model” specifically requirements based testing and design verification and validation. 
•    A good understanding of vehicle control systems (ADAS, Chassis, Powertrain), actuators and sensors.   
•    Understanding of vehicle networks, diagnostics, ECUs and electronics. 
•    Understanding of quality and robustness techniques and standards such as FMEA, P-Diagrams, noise factor analysis, and data analysis techniques to support this 
•    Component and system level issue investigations including appropriate problem solving and reporting tools (e.g. Six Sigma, 5D, Is / Is Not, Fault Tree etc) 
•    Proving ground experience of planning and executing vehicle tests 

It will be considered as a plus, if you have: 
•    Experience of model-based control function development. 
•    Experience with calibration and testing software applications such as CANalyzer, CANape, ETAS INCA. 
•    Knowledge of Rapid Control Prototyping tools (e.g. DSpace Control Desk for MicroAutobox or similar) 
•    Prior automotive controls experience in; ADAS systems, Chassis, Vehicle Dynamics, or Longitudinal Control preferred, though strong candidates with relevant control system experience from other industries such as aerospace will also be considered 




•    Join us for the next level of your career and help developing solutions that shape the future of cars
•    Be part of an international, inclusive and open-minded team where you have actual influence on the processes
•    See the product you’re working on come to life from testing all the way to production
•    Work flexibly with high percentage of home office or from our award-winning office
•    We honor your work with a competitive salary and performance related bonus scheme
•    Benefit from our health and life insurance and cafeteria package
•    Embrace our culture through various company programs such as charity events or our regular board game club









Our brand new office is located in the centre of Budapest’s prime office Váci corridor. Five minutes from downtown, GTC White House is easily accessible by public transport and car.


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