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Senior Automotive E/E Hardware Architect (DE)

[1297]
Electrical Engineering, PCB schematics and Layout, PCS Design, EMC

Role oThe Hardware Architect defines the overall electrical design of embedded ECUs such as Infotainment Units and Automotive Domain Controllers oThey are responsible for developing system specifications and layouts oHardware Architects also test their systems and adjust as needed. oIn addition, they provide support throughout the life cycle of the electrical systems they have designed   Responsibilities oAnalyzing of customer requirements oCreation, recommendation, and presentation of electrical architectures in a close cooperation with the Automotive OEMs, suppliers and the internal Hardware and Software Teams olnterfacing with system architects, software architects, domain experts and client stakeholders. oGenerating the highest level of hardware requirements, based on the user's needs and other constraints such as cost and schedule. oEnsuring that this set of high-level requirements is consistent, complete, correct, and operationally defined. oPerforming cost-benefit analyses to determine the best methods or approaches for meeting the hardware requirements; making maximum use of commercial off-the-shelf or already developed components. oEnsuring that maximally robust hardware architecture is developed. oGenerating a set of acceptance test requirements, together with the designers, test engineers, and the user, which determine that all the high-level hardware requirements have been met   Profile oDegree in 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 electrical architectures and designs in embedded automotive systems oExperience with PCS design software like Altium Designer or Autodesk Eagle, oGood knowledge of PCB schematics and layout oKnowledge of EMC certification requirements, design, and tests for EMC. oExperience in requirement engineering oExperience with Design tools, such as oGood language skills in English, written and spoken oExcellent communication and good presentation skills

Role


  • The Hardware Architect defines the overall electrical design of embedded ECUs such as Infotainment Units and Automotive Domain Controllers
  • They are responsible for developing system specifications and layouts
  • Hardware Architects also test their systems and adjust as needed.
  • In addition, they provide support throughout the life cycle of the electrical systems they have designed

 

Responsibilities


  • Analyzing of customer requirements
  • Creation, recommendation, and presentation of electrical architectures in a close cooperation with the Automotive OEMs, suppliers and the internal Hardware and Software Teams
  • lnterfacing with system architects, software architects, domain experts and client stakeholders.
  • Generating the highest level of hardware requirements, based on the user's needs and other constraints such as cost and schedule.
  • Ensuring that this set of high-level requirements is consistent, complete, correct, and operationally defined.
  • Performing cost-benefit analyses to determine the best methods or approaches for meeting the hardware requirements; making maximum use of commercial off-the-shelf or already developed components.
  • Ensuring that maximally robust hardware architecture is developed.
  • Generating a set of acceptance test requirements, together with the designers, test engineers, and the user, which determine that all the high-level hardware requirements have been met

 

Profile


  • Degree in 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 electrical architectures and designs in embedded automotive systems
  • Experience with PCS design software like Altium Designer or Autodesk Eagle,
  • Good knowledge of PCB schematics and layout
  • Knowledge of EMC certification requirements, design, and tests for EMC.
  • Experience in requirement engineering
  • Experience with Design tools, such as
  • Good language skills in English, written and spoken
  • Excellent communication and good presentation skills

    map 70599 Stuttgart date_range 01.04.2021 update Permanent


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