Software developer - embedded systems
Are you passionate about software development? Do you want to be involved in using modern development technologies for more effective testing of Hardware In the Loop (HIL)? Do you want to work on the big picture, but still dive down into the details? Do you want to work on Scania's future system innovations? Then you are the person we are looking for at the Integration Test Automation group. We are responsible for developing and maintaining HIL vehicle rigs for system integration tests at complete vehicle level, and for conducting system integration tests in the test environment. In order for the test environment to be suitable for the tests, we have developed tool chains for test automation and results analysis, among other things.
Within our ‘Systems Development’ department, we make tough demands on the embedded systems we develop to ensure they have the right functionality, are traffic-safe and free from serious defects. The group is divided into two teams, one with responsibility for the test environment, the other for the testing. You will be joining the test environment team and will help to ensure that there is always a functioning test environment available for the testers to carry out their tests in.
In order to be able to test the vehicle’s electrical systems in the rig, we use one of the world’s largest HIL systems that supports a large number of truck and bus configurations. The purpose of HIL is to trick the system and its component parts into believing it is executing in a real vehicle with all its dynamics. This is achieved using real-time execution of environmental models. In order to be able to automate the tests, we have constructed a test framework for the rig. Your task is to develop and maintain the test framework, further develop the HIL concept into a modular platform that can support Scania’s function growth and further develop process support tools. As a software developer, you will also work on development and maintenance of our web-based tools. As we work on testing at whole vehicle level, you will gain a broad understanding of most of Scania’s systems and functions. With us, innovation is important, and we work on continuous improvements. You will be ready from the start to adopt and shape the group’s working methods.
For more information
Please contact Paula Härelind, Group Manager, +46 (0)8-553 81554.
Selections and interviews will take place on an ongoing basis throughout the application period.