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Could you be a Self-driving car engineer?

Level Five has launched this week, seeking to serve the growing international market in autonomous vehicle technologies. The project, initially based in the UK, anticipates a strong interest from the global centres of development in the self driving car sector, particularly in the US, Germany, China and Japan, as well as the domestic recruitment market.
Level Five Jobs is the #1 portal for autonomous, driverless and ADAS recruitment, training and events.
Level Five Jobs is the #1 portal for autonomous, driverless and ADAS recruitment, training and events. 2018-06-29 14:44:47
While technology leaders such as Tesla, Uber and Google-owned subsidiary Waymo garner significant headlines, industry stalwarts such as Ford, General Motors, Daimler, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover have spent the past 18 months transforming their capabilities behind the scenes, acquiring smaller companies and building significant new research and development arms to look at driverless technologies. This growth, set to continue for at least 10 years, has created huge demands for new recruits from a diverse set of technical fields, including computer graphics, robotics, functional safety, connectivity, software engineering and design.

A spokesperson for the company said “There are major challenges on the horizon for the car industry as we move to a new generation of ‘mobility as a service’. In addition to the well known technical difficulties in getting autonomous vehicles to work safely, effectively and productively - the sector is facing a huge training and recruitment challenge. This is a particular problem for the smaller companies, who struggle to break through to be considered as potential employers by recruits, even though they might already be successful and technically exciting businesses.”

Driverless vehicle technologies in the UK have been the subject of more than £300m of Government intervention, match-funding industry consortia featuring well known companies including Jaguar Land Rover, Ford, Honda, Williams, Vodafone, Sony, Ordnance Survey, BT, dozens of universities and many automotive industry supply chain companies.

Industry professionals are encouraged to explore the Level Five website and access the products are services most relevant to them, whether they are looking to expand their capabilities and find technical training providers, find relevant industry events to promote their products or meet potential customers, or consider the next stage in their company’s growth or personal career.

The project’s admin base is in the market town of Frome, Somerset, named as one of the best places to live in the UK.

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