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Robotics Software Engineer job in VA
« on: December 18, 2010, 04:19:22 PM »
Straight from my inbox . . . don't forget to tell them how you found out about the position =)

TORC (www.torctech.com) has openings for full-time positions for
software developers for December and May graduates. TORC also has
openings in its co-op program for spring and summer semesters.
Successful candidates will work with a team to develop the next
generation of autonomous and unmanned robotic systems. TORC was founded
in 2005 by Virginia Tech students and faculty with a passion for
commercializing robotic technology throughout military, automotive,
mining, and agriculture markets. Located in the Corporate Research
Center in Blacksburg, VA, TORC has grown to 25 employees, all of which
have at least one degree from Virginia Tech.

Candidates must have a strong background in C/C++, Linux/Unix OS,
multi-threaded environments, a GPA of 3.5 or better, US citizenship, and
a desire to work in a challenging environment. If you meet these
qualifications, please send your resume to [email protected] .

For more information, below are several links to some of our projects:


TORC provides a competitive compensation package and is an equal
opportunity employer.    


Blacksburg , VA 24060
VA - Southwest
United States


TORC enables engineers to rapidly integrate robotic systems through a
suite of modular, customizable products. TORC's Robotic Building Block
products are used by leading academic, commercial and government
organizations to shorten the development process, lower costs and
mitigate risks. These products have been used on over a hundred mobile
robots ranging from 15 pounds to 15 tons.

TORC provides solutions for drive-by-wire conversion, emergency stop,
power management, autonomous navigation, and operator control. The
ByWire XGV, a drive-by-wire Hybrid Escape with integrated SafeStop
safety and PowerHub distribution systems, provides an integration-ready
base platform for autonomous system development.

Located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg,
Virginia (HubZONE), TORC is rapidly growing company widely recognized as
a leading source of teleoperated control and autonomous navigation
solutions for unmanned vehicles.


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