About the project
In order to obtain legislation for BVLOS flights, it is critical to implement different safety mechanisms / algorithms. These should be developed by following the guidelines in the Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA). Possible tasks for the project:
- Investigate and implement hardware safety mechanisms (eg parachute, hardware redundancy etc.)
- Implement GEO fencing and its corresponding actions (eg landing, returning etc.)
- Detect and resolve sensor failures
- Detect and resolve actuator failures
- Investigate and design actions for other issues (eg onboard computer problems, battery, flight controller etc.)
- (We are open for other project proposals)
What are we looking for?
We are looking for a talented student who can assist us in the above described marketing internship / project. Ideally you:
- are passionate about technology (... duh, you are an engineer)
- like to get things done (... who does not?)
- can work independently (... we all need to grow up at some point)
- speak English (... if you are reading this without google translate, you will be fine)
- are creative and have an open mindset (... startups are built on ideas afterall)
- have experience with drone software (PX4)
- have experience in software development (C ++ and Python)
- are a confident Linux user
What you get out of it?
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT IN THE SITUATION TO PAY FOR THE INTERNSHIP / PROJECT AND WE CAN NOT PROMISE TO HIRE ANYONE AFTER. If you are still reading after this demotivating sentence, lets see what you can get out of this: Working in an entrepreneurial environment like ours can be a huge improvement both on technical and personal aspects, since most of the work done will be used in our final product. This can be a unique reference point later in your career. You also get to be part of a fun, international group who beside taking their work seriously, regularly organizing after-work activities. Free coffee!
If you want to learn more about our company, do not hesitate to check out our website (www.naustrobotics.com) or contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
We hope to hear from you! :)