Computing Architecture is responsible for the in-vehicle electrical architecture design including topology, function allocation, vehicle mode management, signal database and network management.
In general Vehicle Mode Management (VMM) determines the vehicle usage mode, life cycle, regulates the energy balance and controls current consumption.
When introducing Autonomous Drive (AD) in vehicles VMM complexity multiplies dramatically.
In this role you will be a part of Vehicle Mode Management team at CEVT and support Geely group electrical platform and future platforms.
Propose and implement improvements of current VMM specifications.
Propose and implement improvements on current start function specifications.
Act as an ambassador to strengthen the Electrical Engineering community’s understanding of VMM and AD related functionality.
Support Function and Component owners including suppliers to understand VMM requirement.
Support VMM requirement distribution and “handshaking”.
Continuously follow up the VMM implementation status of all ECUs.
Support rig and in-vehicle verification.
Follow up on VMM validation results (device tests, rig tests and complete vehicle tests).
Support VMM related FMEA & System Safety work. Requirements:
B.Sc. or M.Sc. engineer.
At least 3 years’ experience from automotive industry.
Good experience of automotive electrical system development.
Previous experience with Power Supply & Current consumption is very advantageous.
Previous experience in VMM is very advantageous.
Experience in Systemweaver / Carweaver / SETool is very advantageous.
Experience in SPA2/GPA work is very advantageous.
Previous experience with ISO26262 is advantageous.
Experience from Volvo Car or CEVT projects is an advantage.
Experience within SW development is very advantageous.
Excellent skills in co-operation, teamwork and networking.
Cultural awareness, especially Asian – European culture.
Excellent time management skills.