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Senior Automotive E/E System Architect

Deutschland [1294]
Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Java, Android, QNX, Simulink, Enterprice Architect, SW and HW technology

Role oAutomotive E/E System Architects define the overall architecture of the vehicles E/E system (composed of software and hardware) in order to fulfill certain requirements defined by various stakeholders. Such definitions include: a breakdown of the system into components, the component interactions and Interfaces (including with the environment, especially the user), and the technologies and resources to be used in its design and implementation. oThe System Architects owns the big picture system design. They interface with multiple stakeholders in order to understand the various levels of requirements, the domain, the viable technologies, and anticipated development process. oTheir work includes determining multiple design and implementation alternatives, assessing such alternatives based on all identified constraints (such as cost, schedule, space, power, safety, usability, reliability, ... ), and selecting the most suitable options for further design. The output of such work sets the core properties of the system and those that are hardest to change later. oIn general, the role of the architect is to act as a mediator between the users/customers and the engineers, unite the customer needs and requirements with what the engineers have determined to be doable within the given (engineering) constraints. oBecause of the extensive experience required for this, the Systems Architect is a very senior technologist with substantial, but general, knowledge of hardware, software, and similar systems and a deep knowledge in the automotive E/E domain Responsibilities oAnalyzing of customer requirements oGenerating the highest level of system requirements, based on the users/customers needs and other constraints oEnsuring that this set of high level requirements is consistent, complete, correct, and operationally defined oDefine and manage interfaces between system modules, generating design strategies to maintain useful abstraction barriers between components and facilitate appropriate information transfer oCreation, recommendation and presentation of systems architectures in a close cooperation with the Automotive OEMs, suppliers and the internal Hardware and Software Teams oContinually drive alignment between product, technical requirements, architecture design and detailed implementation oAnalyze full system performance data (e.g. on-road performance data) to identify cross-system trade-offs, trace high-level issues back to requirements and specifications, and identify cross­ module solutions for issues oProvide a view of technical risk to leadership based on system analysis and technology readiness. oPerforming cost-benefit analyses to determine whether requirements are best met by manual, software, or hardware functions; making maximum use of commercial off-the-shelf or already developed components.   Profile oDegree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Electrical Engineering oMinimum of 5 years of experience in the automotive industry in the area of infotainment, cluster or cockpit electronic oSeveral years of experience with system architectures and designs in embedded automotive systems oExperience with SW and HW technology in embedded environments oExperience in requirement engineering oKnowhow in programming languages C, C++, Java and embedded operating systems such as Linux, Android and QNX oExperience with System modeling tools, such as Simulink and Enterprise Architect oGood language skills in English, written and spoken oExcellent communication and good presentation skills

Role

  • Automotive E/E System Architects define the overall architecture of the vehicles E/E system (composed of software and hardware) in order to fulfill certain requirements defined by various stakeholders. Such definitions include: a breakdown of the system into components, the component interactions and Interfaces (including with the environment, especially the user), and the technologies and resources to be used in its design and implementation.
  • The System Architects owns the big picture system design. They interface with multiple stakeholders in order to understand the various levels of requirements, the domain, the viable technologies, and anticipated development process.
  • Their work includes determining multiple design and implementation alternatives, assessing such alternatives based on all identified constraints (such as cost, schedule, space, power, safety, usability, reliability, ... ), and selecting the most suitable options for further design. The output of such work sets the core properties of the system and those that are hardest to change later.
  • In general, the role of the architect is to act as a mediator between the users/customers and the engineers, unite the customer needs and requirements with what the engineers have determined to be doable within the given (engineering) constraints.
  • Because of the extensive experience required for this, the Systems Architect is a very senior technologist with substantial, but general, knowledge of hardware, software, and similar systems and a deep knowledge in the automotive E/E domain


Responsibilities

  • Analyzing of customer requirements
  • Generating the highest level of system requirements, based on the users/customers needs and other constraints
  • Ensuring that this set of high level requirements is consistent, complete, correct, and operationally defined
  • Define and manage interfaces between system modules, generating design strategies to maintain useful abstraction barriers between components and facilitate appropriate information transfer
  • Creation, recommendation and presentation of systems architectures in a close cooperation with the Automotive OEMs, suppliers and the internal Hardware and Software Teams
  • Continually drive alignment between product, technical requirements, architecture design and detailed implementation
  • Analyze full system performance data (e.g. on-road performance data) to identify cross-system trade-offs, trace high-level issues back to requirements and specifications, and identify cross­ module solutions for issues
  • Provide a view of technical risk to leadership based on system analysis and technology readiness.
  • Performing cost-benefit analyses to determine whether requirements are best met by manual, software, or hardware functions; making maximum use of commercial off-the-shelf or already developed components.

 

Profile

  • Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Electrical Engineering
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in the automotive industry in the area of infotainment, cluster or cockpit electronic
  • Several years of experience with system architectures and designs in embedded automotive systems
  • Experience with SW and HW technology in embedded environments
  • Experience in requirement engineering
  • Knowhow in programming languages C, C++, Java and embedded operating systems such as Linux, Android and QNX
  • Experience with System modeling tools, such as Simulink and Enterprise Architect
  • Good language skills in English, written and spoken
  • Excellent communication and good presentation skills

 

 

map Stuttgart, DE date_range 01.04.2021 update Festangestellt
March 3, 2021 15:29

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