Sensing Systems Advanced Development - Technical Specialist

Last updated 28 days ago
Location:Columbus, Indiana

To be successful in this role you will need the following:

Bachelor's degree in Engineering or other relevant technical disciplines is required
Ability to obtain input from application software teams regarding new trends in electronic control systems that would require new sensing capability.
Develop Sensor Fusion & Data Fusion methodology to optimizing sensing system architectures considering both physical and virtual (model based) sensor options.
Seek out and establish partnerships with Universities, National Labs and Industry entities.
Obtain stakeholder input from partner BU’s regarding future sensing system needs via Voice of Customer process. Focus areas include Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Battery Management Systems, Diesel and Spark Ignited Exhaust Aftertreatment, Internal Combustion Engines, and PowerSystems.
Own State Observer technology roadmap.
Experience leading supplier collaboration opportunities via Voice of Technology process.
Support the Product Planning group in technology portfolio and innovation management using Technology Funnels and Product Roadmaps.
Collectively gather Competitive Intelligence regarding approaches to controls systems and sensor application.

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