In our Pittsburgh office, the Uber Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) is developing self-driving technology to enable mobility that is increasingly shared, sustainable, and automated.
We pride ourselves on the amazing team we’ve built and are always looking for world-class researchers, engineers, and product specialists who prioritize safety to join our growing team.
Software Engineering at Uber ATG has a fascinating, diverse mix of teams. From deep learning and neural networks, to robotics, maps, simulation, security and data science, if there's a type of software you're interested in, we probably do it. Uber is uniquely well-positioned to bring self-driving to the world through its ride-sharing network.
Our Hardware Engineering teams cover vast engineering disciplines working cross-functionally in all areas of self-driving vehicles. With a multi-faceted approach that addresses challenges at the mechanical, electrical, and firmware levels, our R&D Hardware Engineering teams set the bar for talent.
The Systems Engineering & Testing (SE&T) team at Uber ATG is charged with answering, “What does the system need to do, what is the architecture, how is it performing, and when do we release it?” We are the cross-functional, technical interface between Product, Safety, Hardware, Software, and Operations. Our goal is to ensure a holistic system design that optimizes across domains.
The Product & Design team builds on a platform of deep empathy for our users both internally and externally, turning complex technology into elegant product solutions.
Technical Program Management oversees delivery of strategic programs to the business. Our programs are an independent source of truth for the organization. We ensure that timely decisions are made and that data and risk are well understood and managed. In the course of delivering programs, we drive continuous improvement within teams and growth of organizational capabilities. We are building the execution platform that will deliver self-driving to the world.
The Safety & Systems team within Uber ATG is charged with ensuring that, at every stage of development, our self-driving vehicles are demonstrably safe when operating on public roads. We also hold primary responsibility for establishing durable specifications that will guide the integration of self-driving technology onto the Uber network on a global scale.
We are a group of diverse researchers, engineers, and computer scientists working to develop perception algorithms for self-driving vehicles. Reliability and scalability are key drivers for us as our software must perform across a large fleet of vehicles in complex and diverse operating areas.
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