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September 6, 2012 AT 11:14 am

Engineering Student Intern / Adafruit Jobs Board

Falkor Systems, Inc. is looking for an engineering student intern on the Adafruit Jobs Board.

New York, NY (Soho)
Part-Time

Are you interested in robots? Do you like robots that fly? Are you looking for an opportunity to learn how to implement autonomous systems with the industry-leading open source artificial intelligence and robotics tools?

Falkor Systems, Inc., an early-stage startup developing autonomous flying robots for the commercial market, is looking for an engineering student intern. The intern will help us design and build our initial prototypes.

The company’s founder / CEO is a successful entrepreneur whose first company developed a pioneering product development strategy which led the United States government to substantially restructure its technology export control policy. The company eventually sold to Red Hat, Inc.

The intern will:

  • prototype and build micro-controller and embedded systems electronic components
  • develop computer vision algorithms
  • construct flying robot airframes
  • develop flying robot simulations
  • participate in flight testing

Our ideal candidate:

  • is pursuing a Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering degree
  • loves open source technology and is familiar with standard open source development tools
  • possesses a working familiarity with OpenCV, ROS, Arduino, Beaglebone
  • wants to get in on the ground floor of a world-changing startup
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