Bosch Driver Assistance Engineering Intern - Vehicle Test (20-40 hrs a week, 6 month - 1 year) in Plymouth, Michigan
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This group is working on ADAS functions for series projects. Examples include Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) and partially automated driving (e.g. Highway-Assist).
As a Co-op student, you will develop, maintain, execute, track, and report on validation testing for Radar/Video/Ultrasonic based Driver Assistance software functions in vehicle.
As a Co-op student, you are responsible for the below:
Debug / troubleshoot advanced driver assistance functions using automotive development tools like CANoe, CANalyzer and CANape
Support Test team with in-vehicle testing for parking & driving features/functions.
Analyze and document the test results using established processes.
Define test plans / test cases and drive tests according to customer and internal requirements
Support vehicle integration (e.g. flashing, debugging, troubleshooting…)
Program, test, and integrate gateways in the development vehicle.
Test Real world scenario in vehicle, and document results as needed.
Drive vehicles to and from the customer site.
Work on small development projects to bring efficiency for testing.
Collect Data in the vehicle as and when needed.
Minimum cumulative GPA 3.0
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited university pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering with one semester completed
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
Student should have good team and communication skills to fit within a committed and very cooperative team.
Student should also be able to work independently in an organized and structured fashion.
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