Quercus Technologies is a consolidated company in the parking sector with installations worldwide. The know-how, the experience in the market and the quality of its products and services are the main assets that position us as a world reference in license plate recognition, vehicle detection technology and parking guidance systems for any type of parking facilities.
As an Electronic Engineer, you will be part of the RD team focused in design, manufacture and integration of custom components for our next-generation camera based devices.
This includes the design of PCBs; the selection, evaluation, and integration of various off-the-shelf components and custom sensors, radios, and power systems; making last-minute fixes; working with third-party fabricators and assemblers; and interfacing with the software and mechanical teams. You may also participate in guiding software and mechanical design and may be involved at any stage of development including proof of concept to new product introduction.
About The Role
What will you do?
Architectural proposal, systems and subsystem level design
Component selection and definition based on system requirements
Schematic capture and PCB Layout using Altium Designer and negotiation with Mechanical Engineers
Peer review of schematics and layouts
Board bring up, verification and debugging
Documentation of design, test procedures and manufacturing instructions to hand over design and test for production team.
Design of the whole testing ecosystem for production of given design. (test jigs, test boards, cable looms, scripts etc)
Assisting other team members from multiple disciplines achieve their goals.
Climatic and EMC testing, homologation and certification.
What are we looking for?
Graduate in electronics or telecommunication
At least 3 years of experience in:
Electronics theory, including component knowledge and analog and digital circuitry expertise
Board design including schematic capture, PCB layout using any enterprise software (Altium preferred) with focus on Design for manufacturing (DFM) principles
Digital communication interfaces (I2C, SPI, UART, USB, MIPI, Ethernet,...)
Knowledge of High speed digital layout design practices (matched impedance, stackup and manufacturing restrictions)