The Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree program is the newest Udacity curriculum, announced recently in conjunction with Mercedes-Benz, Nvidia, Otto and DiDi.
"Autonomous vehicles represent a multi-billion dollar industry, and significant opportunities for engineers," said Martin Schleicher, vice president, strategy and key partnerships, Elektrobit. "We are looking forward to having access to a uniquely trained talent pool of Udacity graduates that have mastered the critical skills necessary for the development of autonomous vehicles, such as deep learning, computer vision, sensor fusion, and more."
EB is looking to add to its already significant expertise in embedded and connected software solutions and services critical to the development of self-driving vehicles. These include solutions for sensor fusion, functional safety and autonomous driving technologies.
"Our new hiring partnership with Elektrobit will fast track our students for job opportunities at one of the world's biggest leaders in embedded automotive software," said Oliver Cameron, head of Udacity's self-driving car team.
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Elektrobit (EB) is an award-winning and visionary global supplier of embedded and connected software solutions and services for the automotive industry. A leader in automotive software with over 25 years serving the industry, EB's software powers over 70 million vehicles and offers flexible, innovative solutions for connected car infrastructure, human machine interface (HMI) technologies, navigation, driver assistance, electronic control units (ECUs), and software engineering services. EB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Continental. For more information, visit us at www.elektrobit.com
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