World-leading technologies don’t make it into a BMW until they’ve undergone one of the most challenging journeys imaginable. It takes dynamic teams with outstanding technical skills to take them from the drawing board to the road. That’s why our experts will treat you as part of the team from day one, encourage you to bring your own ideas to the table – and give you the opportunity to really show what you can do.
We, the BMW Group, offer you an interesting and varied internship in the area of simulation.
Within our cluster we provide tooling allowing for closed-loop simulation and statistical validation of the BMW automated driving functions. In particular, our team is providing and integrating the necessary models for both sensors (radar, camera, lidar, ultrasonic) and driving dynamics in order to build up a closed-loop simulation including the BMW function stack.
What awaits you?
Adjusting simulation models (sensors, vehicle model) according to the needs of function developers.
Adaptions to the simulation framework, which serves as glue between environment simulation, models and the BMW function stack.
Investigation and fixing of simulation related defects.
What should you bring along?
Experience in C++ development incl. test-driven design approaches (gtest).
Experience in MATLAB / Simulink modelling.
Bonus: System knowledge regarding automated driving functions.
You are enthused by new technologies and an innovative environment? Apply now!
At the BMW Group, we see diversity and inclusion in all its dimensions as a strength for our teams. Equal opportunities are a particular concern for us, and the equal treatment of applicants and employees is a fundamental principle of our corporate policy. That is why our recruiting decisions are also based on personality, experience and skills.