NREC Demos Reconfiguarable Wheel-track Technology

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The National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC) at Carnegie Mellon University demonstrates its reconfigurable wheel-track technology.

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By nationalrobotic    2019-06-05

National Robotics Engineering Center | Software, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Robotics Eng | Pittsburgh, PA, USA | ONSITE | Full Time | H1-B Visa

https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/careers/index.html

The National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), a robotics research and development powerhouse, is looking for experienced developers, especially in embedded systems, robotics, and AI. For more than 21 years NREC has brought together a critical mass of software and hardware engineers in order to take technology from the laboratory to the real world. NREC maintains a diverse portfolio of projects, from Augmented Reality driver assistance to full off-road autonomy and from advanced teleoperation to full autonomous manipulation.

NREC is part of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, focused on commercialization of robotic technologies, and employs over 150 people in their off-campus facility. An NREC developer can go from developing mapping for a mining robot operating in extreme environments (https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/solutions/mining/profiler.html) to developing hardware and controls for unique research vehicles for the military (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-URxpqi0oAU). Another may go from developing training products for humanitarian workers (https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/solutions/defense/other-projects...) on to assistive technologies that make work easier for farmers around the world (https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/solutions/agriculture/other-agri...).

C++ and Python software engineers - https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/careers/senior-software-engineer...

Cloud/ML Systems/Data engineers - https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/careers/data-engineer-machine-le...

Computer vision enginers - https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/careers/robotics-developer.html

ML/AI Engineering - https://www.nrec.ri.cmu.edu/careers/machine-learning-enginee...

If you have questions or are interested in any positions in robotics, please contact Christine DeCarolis ( cdecarolis@nrec.ri.cmu.edu ). In your communication, please mention hacker news.

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