The Role

MinePortal is the groundbreaking cloud-based intelligent platform that powers geotechnical knowhow of the rock in the mining industry for operational intelligence. Our mission is to push the envelope in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Geostatistics, Geophysical IoT sensors, Machine Learning (ML), Data Management, Automatic Blast Loading, and Signal Processing, in order to provide the best-possible blast outcomes for our customers. We’re looking for a IoT Software Developer to help build industry-leading acquisition technologies that the world’s largest mines will adopt.

Key Responsibilities

Reporting to the VP – Software Engineering, the IoT Acquisition Developer role will include following broad responsibilities and any other assigned work from time to time.

Define sensor product physical requirements and architecture – provide RF requirements & SW specs

Develop algorithms for digital wireless communication systems including performance simulations and VLSI requirements

Develop and integrate advanced radio calibrations techniques and digital compensation algorithms

Solve complex multi-disciplinary system issues involving the HW/SW/RF/Modem domains in close cooperation with all of the development teams

Design and own the communication protocol between sensor device, Edge IoT device, and Azure Cloud mirror

Develop ability to communicate with sensor through cloud platform for updates, engineering new features etc.

Test and maintain middleware on a variety of operating systems and real-time embedded platforms

Write API and feature documentation

Evaluate and analyze performance

Contribute and develop ideas for new research and commercially viable sensor product software.

Key Qualifications

Sc in Electrical Engineering. Preferably in communication or signal processing

3+ years of engineering experience in at least one of the following disciplines:

System engineering

Algorithm development

RF design

System integration

Modem design

HW Board-level debug of analog and digital CPU/MCU systems

Linux and/or programming skills sufficient to test HW

Solid written and spoken English language skills

Ability to travel 25-40%

Solid EE design skills in analog (sensor interfaces, power supplies) and digital circuits (MCU, memory interfacing, low and high speed serial interconnects)

Independent working and takes initiative

Ability to deal with ambiguity and work in a fast-paced environment

Experience leading in environments that are highly volatile, cross-functional, and cross-organizational

Work Hours & Location

Full time, Flexible working hours, 15 days/year vacation

Work from Palo Alto offices, with travel to Seattle and Client offices world wide

DataCloud is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under applicable local law. The Candidate must be authorized to work in USA.

About DataCloud

Founded in 2016, DataCloud delivers high-resolution rock mass characterization data to our clients in real-time. Our innovative measurement and analysis platform provides invaluable orebody insights during drill and blast operations. Our technologies help mine planning teams to dramatically improve their extraction efficiencies.

With our unique combination of skills in both mining and technology, DataCloud is helping to solve many of the problems that have challenged the mining industry for decades. Our founders come from institutions such as Stanford, UC-Berkeley and Cambridge, who have expertise in geosciences and cloud architecture.

Our portfolio of products and services span the latest in Geo-Statistics, Geo-Physics, and advanced digital and artificial intelligence technologies, including cloud computing, machine learning, advanced visualization, and new sensor technology enabled by IoT systems.

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