You develop innovative functionalities for MES software and build the next-generation IoT technology for industrial automation.
Flanders Make builds prototype production systems of the future in which intelligent information systems and robots collect and interpret huge amounts of data. We demonstrate to companies the increasing opportunities offered by digitally interconnected work cells in which technology supports operators with self-learning systems and dynamic instructions. It is your job to ensure a smooth connection between the planning system and structured data flows from subsystems (status of assembly part, stock, orders, quality control, machine settings...), always within a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) environment.
As IoT Software Research Engineer, you work:
More in particular, for Internet-of-Things applications in manufacturing companies, you want to:
We are looking for:
We can offer you:
Contribute to industrial innovation with ownership
The projects that you will contribute to bring technology to the production area of companies and support operators (both ergonomically and cognitively) in their increasingly complex job.
You will, for instance, work on dynamic work instructions for operators, multimedia applications (smart glasses, projection, smart displays) at the workplace, intuitive robots that interact with operators and virtual reality training sessions...
This animated film illustrates how Flanders Make sees operators functioning in the factory of the future, working side by side with cobots and autonomous mobile robots. All research starts from a generic theoretical point of view with one or more business cases that require a working prototype.
How to apply?
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|Title||Internet of Things Software Research Engineer|
|Job location||Marksesteenweg 58, 8500 Kortrijk|
|Published||February 4, 2020|
|Job types||Researcher  |
|Fields||Artificial Intelligence,   Computer Architecture,   Computer Communications (Networks),   Information Systems (Business Informatics),   Programming Languages,   Software Engineering,   Software Design  |