Sensor characterization Engineer – Connected Watches

Résumé du poste
Salaire : Non spécifié
Début : 29 février 2024
Télétravail occasionnel
Expérience : > 2 ans
Éducation : Bac +5 / Master
Compétences & expertises
Contenu généré
Analyse des données
Gestion du temps
Compétences en communication
Aptitude à résoudre les problèmes

TAG Heuer Connected
TAG Heuer Connected

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Le poste

Descriptif du poste

Since 1860, TAG Heuer (part of LVMH group) has embodied avant-garde, precision and bold style, that have marked the history of the watch industry. In 2015, TAG Heuer introduced the first Swiss luxury smartwatch, the TAG Heuer Connected. Today, the TAG Heuer Connected Watch business unit in Paris leverages the design and know-how of its watchmaking division based in Switzerland and the technological innovation of its tech departments, to craft unique experiences that enhance the daily life and sport performance of our consumers.

Are you interested in shaping the future of a fast-growing segment of high tech?

To support our growing activity, we are seeking a talented Sensors Characterization Engineer

Your mission:

· Conduct characterization and evaluation of external supplier sensors to ensure their quality, reliability, and performance meet our stringent standards

· Determine and develop sensor behavioral models to be used in internal studies and simulations

· Design and execute test plans, including procedures, test setups and acceptance criteria, to assess sensor functionality, accuracy, sensitivity, and response time

· Analyze and interpret test data, perform statistical analysis, and generate detailed reports with clear conclusions and recommendations for improvement or acceptance

· Identify and troubleshoot issues related to sensor performance, functionality, or compatibility

· Contribute to the continuous improvement of characterization methodologies, test procedures, and evaluation techniques to streamline the evaluation process and drive efficiency

Profil recherché

Your profile:

· Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Signal Processing, or a related field

· Strong background in Digital Signal Processing, proven experience in sensor characterization, evaluation, and testing

· Strong understanding of sensor technologies, including but not limited to GNSS, inertial measurement unit, barometer, magnetometer

· Proficiency in designing and conducting experiments, statistical analysis, and data interpretation using tools such as MATLAB, Python, or similar software

· Excellent problem-solving skills with a systematic and analytical approach to troubleshooting.

· Effective communication and teamwork skills

· Fluent in English

· Self-motivated, detail-oriented, and able to work independently with minimal supervision

· Strong organizational skills and ability to meet short deadlines

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