Over the next 10 years the auto industry will see more dramatic changes than the last 100 years combined. Central to this disruption is the role that software and design is playing to define every aspect of the design, development, use and sales of cars and transportation services.
Today, CloudMade is an expert in the design, development and delivery of artificial intelligence based solutions for automotive dedicated to delivering CloudMade’s promise of excitement through simplicity. With over 70 POCs completed, 8 OEM customers spanning North America, UK, France, Germany and Japan, CloudMade has global ambitions with a global foot print to match.
Driven by fantastic products, the latest technology and outstanding people, CloudMade has developed a business and a culture, which match the huge ambitions of the company. In 2016 CloudMade announced a major strategic investment from Valeo to further grow their business, strengthen existing product lines and launch new ones. 2019 will see CloudMade launch several major new product lines as well as announcing new customer wins.
About the Role
CloudMade Design have created a real-time driving simulation rig, developed in Unity, that is currently being used to prototype and test new user experiences for different use-cases. The new Unity Designer/Developer will maintain and improve the current Unity product and be responsible for bringing new digital user experiences onto the rig, for research, test and sales purposes.
Through your work at CloudMade you will become an expert in automotive HMI and an expert in building Intelligent Vehicle simulators.
Your role includes:
- Supporting UX researchers and designers to deliver robust environments and test apps, that mix vehicle concepts and products
- Working with the developers to ensure that learnings are transferred to product teams (where required)
- Showcasing the product at Demo Days and customer visits.
You will stop at nothing until the game is simple and delightful to use. You are a Unity die-hard who loves to find new assets and ways to optimise and increase reality of the world and experiences within it. You know how vehicle physics affects driving realism and how to optimise your code to prevent jitter.
Your background might include:
- Several years’ experience working as a Unity designer/developer either for conceptual or commercial projects for in-vehicle HMI, games, 2D interfaces or 3D interfaces, either in-house or in an agency
- Unity developers with AR/VR experience will be strongly considered, although ability to creater and maintain a driving simulator will be the key.
We offer a competitive package to the right candidate that includes:
- A competitive base salary with quarterly bonus
- Flexible working hours
- Personal and professional development
- A challenging role within a performance based culture in which you will be surrounded by dynamic, entrepreneurially minded colleagues.