Senior Software Engineer, Network Appliance Team

Senior Software Engineer, Network Appliance Team

We’re changing how machines move through unstructured environments – whether on the factory floor or in simulation. Built on next-generation computer processing and state-of-the-art software algorithms, our collision-free motion planning solutions make it possible for robots and other machines to instantly react to their environments and compute how and where to move as their situation is changing. We’re revolutionizing manufacturing by enabling close collaboration between robots and their surroundings, regardless of the robot brand.

As a Senior Software Engineer, you will be part of a team developing network and communication software for our robot control system.

In this position, you will:

  • Maintain and extend our ASCII based TCP/IP command interface.

  • Maintain and extend components that provide high level control for industrial robots.

  • Work in a cross functional team consisting of software developers, test engineers, UX designers and product managers.

  • Attend stand up meetings, perform code reviews, create software design documentation, and write code.

The position could be a great match if you have:

  • Strong software engineering habits

  • 3-5 years of experience in C++, ideally modern version (we’re leveraging v14)

  • Networking experience

  • ROS experience

  • Industrial protocols (MODBUS, Profinet, EthernetIP)

  • Experience with software engineering tools (e.g., Git, CMake, gdb)

  • Desire to work in a fast-paced startup environment

  • BS / MSc in Computer Science or equivalent

  • Interest or experience with robotics or automation

  • Experience with Typescript/Python

  • Experience with messaging middleware (e.g., ROS, MQTT, Corba)

Apply

If you are absolutely passionate about what we do, then send your resume and an optional cover letter to careers@rtr.ai.

Realtime Robotics, Inc. located at 27 Wormwood St Ste 110, Boston, MA 02210 is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States now and in the future.