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Pere­grine Tech­no­lo­gies GmbH - Video Ana­ly­tics - Com­pu­ter Vision und Maschi­nel­les Ler­nen

We improve traf­fic safety by bring­ing per­cep­tion cap­ab­il­it­ies of self-driv­ing cars to smart­phone cam­eras and behind wind­shields of com­mer­cially used vehi­cles.

Per­eg­rine is a Ber­lin-based AI tech start-up improv­ing road safety and min­im­iz­ing trans­port­a­tion CO2 emis­sions in cit­ies. There­fore, we cre­ate a new qual­ity of inform­a­tion from street-level video data by deriv­ing con­text from traf­fic scene imagery. This empowers com­mer­cial fleets to oper­ate safer and more effi­cient today and the auto­nom­ous mobil­ity solu­tions of tomor­row. As traf­fic is a highly com­plex envir­on­ment for ped­es­tri­ans, dri­vers, and vehi­cles, Per­eg­rine’s vis­ion is to build the next gen­er­a­tion of traf­fic video ana­lyt­ics for: Zero acci­dents. Zero emis­sions. Zero bar­ri­ers.

Our diverse and inter­na­tio­nal team brings tog­e­ther aca­demic excel­lence and indus­try exper­i­ence in robot­ics and auto­nom­ous driv­ing from both Sil­icon Val­ley as well as from Europe - includ­ing lead­ing auto­mot­ive OEMs and sup­pli­ers such as Bosch, Volk­swa­gen, HERE, and Tom­Tom. We’re look­ing for smart, dri­ven and pas­sion­ate people motiv­ated to solve hard prob­lems. Are you ready to join us on this mis­sion?

Embed­ded Com­puter Vis­ion Engin­eer (m/f/*) - Work­ing Stu­dent/Intern/Mas­ter Thesis

Work­ing field:

As part of our Per­eg­rine team, you con­trib­ute to our core image pro­cessing and ana­lyt­ics pipeline. The core com­pon­ents run on embed­ded sys­tems (basic­ally smart cam­eras behind the wind­shield) and derive the con­text and under­stand­ing from traffic scene imagery.


  • You are study­ing a MSc in the fields of Math­em­at­ics, Phys­ics, Com­puter Sci­ence or related fields and have interned in a tech com­pany before.
  • You have exper­i­ence in in mak­ing sense of the dynamic 3d world from a cam­era in motion (help­ful key tech­no­lo­gies: mul­tiview geo­metry, struc­ture from motion, visual odo­metry, visual SLAM, 3d recon­struc­tion, cal­ib­ra­tion, ...) through pro­jects, intern­ships and/or work­ing stu­dent pos­i­tions
  • Know­ledge of robust meth­ods and estim­a­tion tech­niques (fil­ter­ing, Kal­man/ particle fil­ter, RANSAC ...)
  • Exper­i­ence with writ­ing C++ code for embed­ded devices (com­pute cap­ab­il­it­ies com­par­able to smart­phone), where power con­sump­tion and fault-tol­er­ance are very import­ant top­ics
  • Exper­i­ence in Git
  • Strong drive to deliver code in the highest qual­ity
  • You have strong organ­isa­tional skills and are cap­able of inde­pend­ently driv­ing your own pro­jects
  • Embody a col­lab­or­at­ive, team first mind­set
  • You are a quick learner and find it easy to assess com­plex prob­lems, which you solve in a struc­tured and prag­matic man­ner.
  • You are flu­ent in Ger­man or Eng­lish and have excel­lent com­mu­nic­a­tion skills

Addi­tional nice-to-have skills that will be an advant­age:
  • You have know­ledge in sensor data fusion and world mod­el­ing
  • You have know­ledge in tasks track­ing and know­ledge shar­ing tools such as Red­mine, Con­flu­ence, Jira, Trello or sim­ilar.
  • You have some exper­i­ence with soft­ware devel­op­ment using machine learn­ing con­cepts, com­puter vis­ion algorithms, Android mobile devel­op­ment or embed­ded sys­tems.

We don’t expect any­one to check all these boxes men­tioned above! If a few of these points apply to you, we def­in­itely want to talk!

What we of­fer:

We are com­mit­ted to hav­ing a diverse and inclus­ive work envir­on­ment as well as a flat organ­iz­a­tional struc­ture which pro­motes open com­mu­nic­a­tion. We value new opin­ions and ideas from all mem­bers of our team and foster a cul­ture where we all learn from each other. We cel­eb­rate people of diverse back­grounds, exper­i­ences, abil­it­ies and per­spect­ives. We encour­age act­ive par­ti­cip­a­tion in our design, innov­a­tion and devel­op­ment pro­cess. We sup­port you to become a bet­ter developer by provid­ing you with advice from exper­i­enced developers (15+ years), or books such as "The Clean Coder: A Code of Con­duct for Pro­fes­sional Pro­gram­mers" (Pear­son, May 2011) and "Clean Code" (Pren­tice Hall, August 2008) writ­ten by Robert C. Mar­tin.

And of course we offer free drinks and snacks and flex­ible work­ing time because we aim to cre­ate the work­ing envir­on­ment that we envi­sion for ourselves, for every­one at Per­eg­rine.

Notes on work­ing at Per­eg­rine in times of COVID-19:
The health of our team and their fam­il­ies has top pri­or­ity. That’s why we have been choos­ing to work from home since mid of March 2020. Even more today, we want to enable the entire team to eas­ily col­lab­or­ate remotely as well as meet up for vir­tual social events.

Do you want to empower teams to build a safer and more sus­tain­able mobil­ity eco­sys­tem for all using video ana­lyt­ics with us?

How to ap­ply:

Please send your app­lic­a­tion and CV to