Camera Perception Engineer – Contract

Langham Recruitment



Contract posted on January 9, 2024

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Langham Recruitment

Camera Perception Engineer Contract| £450-£550 per day (Outside IR35) | 3 months | Bath (Hybrid) | Automotive Technology
We are working with our client in automotive technology who’s seeking a Contract Perception Engineer to assist their autonomous vehicle perception team. The ideal candidate for this role will be an embedded C++ software contractor with a wealth of knowledge in camera systems and vision processing.
Your Responsibilities:

  • Analysis and identification of camera failures for GMSL2 and Ethernet cameras.
  • Choosing, putting into practice, and evaluating algorithms for camera obscuration.
  • Enhancing WebRTC camera streaming functionality and identifying errors.
  • Addition of a visible timestamp to the camera image.

Experience Requirements:

  • Proficient understanding of embedded C++.
  • In-depth familiarity with NVIDIA embedded platforms, including AGX Xavier, Jetson Nano, Orin Nano, and AGX Orin.
  • Thorough familiarity with NVIDIA hardware pipelines.
  • Practical familiarity with CUDA.
  • Functional familiarity with RTSP, WebRTC, OpenGL, EGL, and related buffers and protocols.
  • Proficiency with IP (Internet Protocol) cameras.
  • Practical familiarity with GMSL2 cameras.
  • Knowledge in JavaScript.
  • Practical experience with Blazor and C#.


  • £450 – £550 per day outside IR35.
  • Hybrid role from Bath. Some weeks will require more onsite requirements due to testing and verification, and other weeks can be worked fully remotely.
  • 3 month contract with potential to be extended.

This Camera Perception Engineer Contract vacancy is being handled by Langham Recruitment Ltd. Langham Recruitment Ltd acts as an employment agency and is registered in England and Wales (reg 11525223).
Keywords: Perception, Camera, GMSL2, C++, NVIDIA, CUDA, Blazor, Computer Vision, Tensorflow, ADAS, Driverless Vehicles, Autonomous vehicles