Applied Minds

Software and Robotic Systems Engineer



Founded in 2000, Applied Minds draws on the talents of nearly 150 employees and a network of subject matter experts to innovate by melding art, design, science, and engineering. We help organizations ask the right questions and then provide unexpected, yet powerful solutions. With a passion for inventing the future for our clients, we bring together brilliant and creative people from numerous disciplines into multidisciplinary teams to work on projects such as autonomous systems, command centers, modeling and simulation systems, robotics, spacecraft, UAVs, user experiences, vehicles, and more.


Equipped with outstanding tools and technology, collaborative spaces, an art department, and advanced fabrication and prototyping facilities, we work in an informal, creative environment that blurs the lines between disciplines.


If you have exceptional talent and passion, join Applied Minds and help us create for the ages.


The Software and Robotic Systems Engineer will be responsible for developing control software for embedded systems as well as autonomous, semi-autonomous, and tele-operated systems.


  • Work closely with other engineering disciplines to build prototype robotic solutions
  • Contribute to all aspects of robotics software from sensor acquisition to drive system control
  • Design and implement robust system architecture, working with software, electrical, and mechanical engineers and managers
  • Support remote field testing and customer site visits as needed
  • All other duties as assigned


  • C / C++ / Python development skills in an embedded environment
  • Strong Linux and QNX configuration and debugging experience
  • Data Acquisition experience from a variety of platforms/protocols (CAN, I2C, SPI, SDIO, I2S, USB, etc)
  • Embedded and/or mobile systems experience (ARM, Tegra, etc)
  • Creative/Hacker attitude, able to get things done with minimal time/resources





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