Student job for software development
Do you want to be a part of an energetic, international, and diverse team? And do you want to help revolutionize the satellite communication industry using advanced drone technology, and bring connectivity and information to the world’s poorest and most remote communities?
Who are you?
QuadSAT is searching for an intern or/and a student assistant, who can support our software development. You will support our team in developing our semi-autonomous UAV system. The general challenges include achieving extremely high performance, robustness, and safety requirements under the real-world autonomous operational conditions. You will design, implement, and integrate our software systems and work with a wide variety of software programs. It is important that you are comfortable working in a changing environment and not afraid to think differently and try new approaches. You will have many different responsibilities, and adaptability and independence are therefore important. It will also be possible for you to write your thesis or make other school projects with us.
Main areas of work
- Workflow automation
- UI/UX development
- Data processing and visualization
- DevOps related tasks
- You are maybe studying a BSc or MSc in Software Development, computer science or similar and have an interest in Drones and Autonomous Systems
- You are comfortable in English, as this is our company language
- Programming skills (Python, C++)
- Familiar with OOP principles of development
- Familiar with Scrum
- Comfortable using software versioning systems (Git)
- Interested in developing UI and UX
- Experience with working in Linux
- You will work at our headquarters in H. C. Andersen’s Airport
*100% match of qualifications is not required. Diverse backgrounds & applications are welcome.
QuadSAT is a startup currently employing around 15 enthusiasts. We work with some of the biggest companies in the SATCOM and Space industries, like SES, EutelSAT, and the European Space Agency. Our technology is aimed at testing, calibrating, and type approving antennas within the maritime and aerospace sectors, among others.