General Motors Autonomous and Automated Driving Vehicle HIL Subsystem Bench Development Engineer in Warren, Michigan
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As a HIL Subsystem Bench Development Engineer, you will be responsible for developing real time controls simulation models for various vehicle domains such as Hybrid Controls, Active Safety, and Chassis, and Body. Responsibility will include plant modeling, and integration of plant models with Hardware-In-the-Loop environment for networked ECUs. Specific design and build activities that you will be responsible for include:
Execute bench development strategies defined for organization by HIL Modeling Strategic Lead
Partner with Subsystem Bench Lead Engineer in the development of Vehicle System Bench
Collaborate with Electrical Validation HIL Modeling team to ensure that best practices are shared / standardized by both organizations.
Develop real time Simulation Models using Matlab/Simulink in support of real time testing of integrated controllers using Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL)
Adapt and integrate Chassis, Active Safety, or Propulsion System controllers with HIL bench
Integration of plant models from multiple vehicle domains to enable software verification on HIL benches
Partner with validation engineers to develop test methods and setups
Utilize understanding of Vehicle Electrical Architecture and Subsystem/Features in Active Safety, Electrification, and Chassis Controls domains when developing HIL models
Develop and/or adapt Vehicle Dynamics simulation models (e.g. CarSim, VeDyna, or ASM-VD) with other plant models
Provide solutions for instrumentation and simulation of Electronic Controls Unit (ECU) sensors and actuators
Utilize various scripting tools to enhance modeling methods (i.e. Python, Visual C,…)
Develop new simulation methods in support of new vehicle features and technology. This includes new HIL hardware, software, and modeling strategy.
Train and support validation engineers on Hardware-In-the-Loop bench for test and simulation setups for them to run their validation tests
Develop HIL test automation framework solutions for integration testing of vehicle features/functions and functional safety
Coordinates and consults with departments outside engineering as needed
This position involves responsibility for development activities throughout a vehicle’s lifecycle including:
Definition of bench and test property technical requirements
Electrical design integration and verification
Electrical design testing and validation
This role requires an experienced engineer to lead and drive a cross-functional product development team including collaboration with the following groups:
Within Engineering –
Global Propulsion Systems and Electrification
Global Electronic Components and Subsystems
Global Body/Safety Electronics
Infotainment and Connectivity
Autonomous and Automated Driving Technology
Power and Signal Distribution Systems
Outside of Engineering –
Additional Job Description
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering (Electrical, Computer, or Mechanical with Electrical Experience)
Understand Vehicle System Electrical Architecture
Understand Active Safety Features and integration of sensors with vehicle controls system.
Understand plant modeling strategies to replace hardware with simulated HWIO from hardware in the loop controller.
Degrees: Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Control Systems or equivalent degree
Min of 3-4 years experience using Hardware-In-the-Loop systems for developing real time controls
Min of 1-2 years experience in Matlab/Simulink modeling
Min of 1-2 years experience in Electrical Test and Development, and Vehicle Electrical Architecture
Understanding of GMLAN/CAN vehicle communication system and CAN based monitoring tools (CANalyzer, NeoVi,..)
Prior experience in Chassis Controls modeling and simulation using modeling tools such as CarSim, VeDyna, or ASM..
Prior experience in Electrification Controls modeling and simulation using Matlab Simulink
Prior experience in ADAS (Active Safety) Controls modeling and simulation
Understanding of advanced vehicle communications protocols such as Flexray and Ethernet.
Understanding of Systems Engineering Based Vehicle Development
Understanding of Control Systems Theory
High level of oral and written communication skills
High level of interpersonal skills to work independently and effectively with others
The goal of the General Motors total rewards program is to support the health and well-being of you and your family. Our comprehensive compensation plan incudes, the following benefits, in addition to many others:
• Paid time off including vacation days, holidays, and parental leave for mothers, fathers and adoptive parents;
• Healthcare (including a triple tax advantaged health savings account and wellness incentive), dental, vision and life insurance plans to cover you and your family;
• Company and matching contributions to 401K savings plan to help you save for retirement;
• Global recognition program for peers and leaders to recognize and be recognized for results and behaviors that reflect our company values;
• Tuition assistance and student loan refinancing;
• Discount on GM vehicles for you, your family and friends.
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