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VTTI is seeking a Safety Manager with experience in both traditional industrial safety and research conduct, including: development of research protocols, driver safety training, etc. Position is responsible for facilitating and growing the safety culture at VTTI by implementing and maintaining a comprehensive safety program that covers advanced automotive testing and supporting services (e.g., garage, office space).
Duties involve conducting laboratory and field experiments; maintaining and performing repairs on a variety of laboratory and field research equipment; providing technical assistance to students and researchers; installing research hardware components and assemblies; using machining tools and fabricating techniques for metal, plastic, and wood. Duties also include performing detailed reviews of engineering related projects; and ensuring design elements, safety protocols, and laboratory guidelines meet federal, state and agency requirements.
DHVY seeks a qualified engineer/scientist with a strong background and proven research record in big data analysis, computer vision, and machine learning with an interest in transportation research.
VTTI seeks an Autonomous Vehicles & Data Systems Engineer to join an established and talented team making an impact in autonomous vehicle research. As a member of the team you'll enable research into all levels of vehicle systems for research purposes. This engineer will develop software for autonomous vehicle control and perception, advanced data acquisition, human/machine interaction, and much more.
The IT Support Technician role involves supporting the day-to-day onsite information technology needs of designated departments within the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute with approximately 400+ computers, servers, and end users.
VTTI seeks a Robotics Engineer to join an established and talented team who is making an impact in autonomous vehicle research. This engineer will develop software for autonomous vehicle control and perception, advanced data acquisition, human/machine interaction, and much more.
As a member of the team this position will be supporting vehicular safety research and will enable research into all levels of vehicle systems and deploy autonomous vehicles for research purposes. This engineer will develop software for autonomous vehicle control and perception, advanced data acquisition, human/machine interaction, and much more.
As a Research Associate, this opening is pursuing applicants that demonstrate experience and skills in transportation human factors, programming and basic statistics including experimental design. This position is expected to focus predominantly on driver support systems including autonomous vehicle systems.
VTTI is looking for a strong leader who is committed to overseeing and growing the Advanced Vehicle Systems and Interfaces (AVSI) group within the Division of Vehicle, Driver, and System Safety (DVDSS). Overseeing AVSI requires leading a group of talented researchers in a supervisory capacity, while also planning, developing, coordinating, and directing a number of significant and critical projects.
DVDSS seeks qualified and ambitious engineering, human factors or traffic safety professionals with a strong background in psychology, safety, and/or vehicle technology. Research areas of focus within DVDSS include advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), connected and automated vehicles, driver distraction/workload/monitoring/impairment, sensor perception and performance, education and training, vulnerable road users, targeted demographics (teens, older drivers, etc.), and a mix of surface vehicle types (light vehicles, rail, scooters, bicycles, etc.).
This position will collaborate with an integrated team of transportation safety engineers, automated vehicle experts, and infrastructure developers to establish and grow a research program focused on the safety and security of embedded and cyber-physical systems in the transportation ecosystem.