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Software Developer C/C++ – Mobile Machinery (m/f/d)

TTControl Srl

Do you believe in a more automated and robotized future? Do you enjoy taking an Arduino, Raspberry Pi or any other embedded hardware to automate and improve workflows?
As a Software Developer at TTControl you are responsible for developing applications which automate the use of electro-hydraulically actuated mobile machinery by programming our embedded control units (ECUs) and/or display (HMI) solutions. You are involved in the whole project lifecycle from the specification phase to the testing of the software at the customer. In case you are also interested in project management, we offer numerous opportunities for your development.
Your Tasks
Develop applications for mobile machinery
Focus on safety critical systems and HMIs
Take over responsibility along the product lifecycle – from requirements gathering and software design to implementation and testing
Test and verify the software on the machinery at customer site
Keep close relationship with project manager, customers and other teams
Share and broaden your knowledge and experience within the teams

Advancing safe technologies, improving human lives
Since our beginning as a spin-off of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) in 1998, we are advancing safety control platforms and robust networks in the areas of Automotive, Aerospace, Off-Highway and Industrial. Especially in recent years, TTTech Group has grown substantially. To date, more than 1,400 employees in more than 10 locations worldwide are working for TTTech companies. Leading companies and renowned partners from different areas count on our innovative know-how.

TTControl, a joint venture company of TTTech and HYDAC International with locations in Vienna and Brixen, is one of the leading suppliers in the field of safety controls, displays and connectivity solutions. Our products build the technological heart of innovative machines like combine harvesters, snow groomers, lifting platforms or fire-fighting vehicles. We improve the safety and reliability of electronic systems in these machines and substantially contribute to make autonomous operations a reality.