December 19, 2019Driving Simulator Engineer


Opportunity to work on the state of the art driving simulator to develop the latest Chassis controls technologies. Responsibility involves developing integration framework of vehicle dynamics simulation model with chassis controls and set up driving simulator for HIL testing. Do you have hands on experience developing control algorithms, setting up MIL, SIL and HIL? This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to work on the state of art. Future is to extend the use of driving simulator for ADAS related technology integration.

Location: Detroit, Michigan


  • Integrate complex algorithms of steering, braking with driving simulator, make them functional so as to get a real-car feel of steering and braking.
  • Set up a testing and tuning environment to calibrate these chassis controls applications which mimics real-car vehicle calibration.
  • Develop a 'virtual driving simulator framework' which integrates algorithms/black-box of various chassis systems with 'vehicle simulation framework' and use that to drive the 'driving simulator'.
  • Plan and Execute Model-in-the-Loop testing/simulation to verify performance
  • Use dSpace MicroAutoBox for rapid proto and evaluation of new functions
  • Lead system integration of suspension and steering systems with customer
  • Perform software functional validation (MIL/SIL testing) and work closely with HIL test engineers
  • Develop HIL labs for bench testing
  • Perform control calibration and vehicle testing
  • Develop specifications and design verification plans for control systems and features
  • Work closely with cross functional teams to develop feature interface requirements
  • Conduct Functional Safety analysis and implement actions

Basic Qualifications

  • Masters's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics or related degree with emphasis on Controls Development.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Automotive control system development experience; preferably in Chassis systems like steering, suspension, or braking
  • Experience with Model-Based Design, Model-in-the-Loop Testing, and dSPACE MicroAutoBox
  • Familiarity with automotive communication protocols (CAN and CAN FD)
  • 2 years of controls system and state machine development experience or equivalent educational background
  • 2 years of embedded chassis controls system experience with focus on Hardware-in-Loop (HIL)
  • Demonstrated experience in Matlab/Simulink
  • Familiarity with Vector CANalyzer, CANape and TargetLink
  • Troubleshooting experience with electromechanical systems
  • Experience developing and executing test plans
  • Experience applying engineering disciplines for failure mode avoidance
  • Demonstrated proficiency with CAN communication and database's
  • Experience developing software requirements
  • Familiarity with ISO-26262

About Us

Caliber Technology based in motor city Detroit supports automotive industry in their mission of developing advanced technologies and provide expertise based resources. We will exceed your expectations and meet project needs as we strive to become ‘extension’ of your engineering team. Through our expertise and customer focused vision we aim to help OEMs, Tier-1's or Start-ups achieve faster time to market with safety and quality in mind.

We bring CAN DO attitude. If you are excited about working on variety of challenging engineering projects, then come join us.

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