Located on the beautiful coast of Southern California, TetraVue is headquartered to ideally balance work and personal life. With miles of beaches for surfing, kayaking or strolling year round, and skiing less than two hours away in the winter, there is no shortage of activities, It's also rapidly becoming one of the United States' biggest tech cities. Sony, Qualcomm, ViaSat, Amazon, GoPro, Raytheon, Intuit, Resmed, Genentec, Illumnia, and Scripps Research Institute have all staked a claim in the San Diego technology industry.
With recent funding from high profile investment firms, TetraVue has also become part of that Southern California boon...and we're growing at an exponential rate. Our goal as a company is to develop technology that will change the world and make it a safer place. We believe that to achieve this, we must start on a personal level and that's why we've created a culture focused on togetherness. The TetraVue team works and plays together...sometimes even at the office!
We're also growing our new office in San Jose, so if SoCal is not the right fit for you we've got a place for you in the Bay Area as well.
Summary: This role provides high-level administrative support to Company EVP and CTO and others at the company by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls and scheduling meetings for executives and others as needed.
Summary: The Software Engineer is responsible for the development and implementation of software that acquires, processes, and displays 3D data from TetraVue’s LiDAR system.
Summary: The Embedded Firmware Engineer is responsible for the design and development of custom real-time embedded software for the 3D capture system.
Summary: The Computer Vision Software Engineer is responsible for the development and implementation of algorithms to improve camera functionality, such as registration and tracking, as well as developing calibration routines for the camera system.