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Problem solvers with modern C++ development skills sought for productisation of machine learning/AI video analysis software
An exciting opportunity to join a young technology company developing a new range of video analysis devices with a modern tech stack on a range of platforms.
VCA Technology is an established leader in the field of video analytics for security and retail applications. Founded 10 years ago, we have developed a range of video analysis algorithms that can detect intruders, count people and identify security threats on a range of platforms including ARM and Intel.
We are embarking on a project to develop a new range of intelligent devices with new algorithms that use deep neural networks to detect, track and identify people and vehicles with game changing accuracy. We have been awarded funding from multiple EU and UK research grants.
Our tech stack consists of modern C++, gstreamer and python on Linux at the back-end, with a Polymer and HTML5 web interface on the front-end. The back-end can be deployed on Intel or ARM (e.g. Raspberry Pi) devices. We are passionate about developing high quality software and operate an agile SCRUM methodology with code reviews, continuous integration and distributed version control.
We are looking for talented problem solvers with modern C++ (11/14/17) development skills who are keen to get involved in every aspect of the product development and tech stack. If you have modern C++ development skills and are keen to develop your skills (or already have) in real-time video streaming, python and the latest front-end technologies, this could be your ideal position.
At least 1 year commercial experience of modern C++ development on Linux/Windows platforms (C++11/14/17)
Hunger for learning new technologies and a natural ability to solve problems
Working knowledge of Python
Experience with multi-threaded asynchronous real-time systems, e.g. video or audio streaming
Experience with front-end development (HTML5/JS/CSS), web components and Google Polymer framework
Evidence of contribution to open source projects
Location: Surbiton, Surrey
Must have the right to work in the UK