We are looking for a Bachelor of Engineering intern to develop a test device for the ‘Drive By Wire’ interface of our vehicles. The ‘Drive By Wire’ interface is a CAN bus interface for our autonomous driving partners, which enables them to control our vehicle either remotely or in a self-driving manner.
The core of the assignment is to develop an End of Line (EoL) test device for our pre-delivery inspection department. The goal is to have a device which fully automatically tests the ‘Drive By Wire’ interface. The device should be plug and play for our vehicles.
While performing your assignment you will be part of the system & software engineering team, therefore the application will be developed using agile/scrum methods, using our tool suite.
You are a Bachelor of Engineering student with a field of study of e.g. embedded systems, automotive engineering or computer science.
Furthermore, you are:
Did you know that the Terberg Group already exists for 150 years and received the royal predicate in 2019! We are proud of that!
Please, let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and also add your resume to this e-mail. If you need more information about the content of the assignment you can contact Raymond Huisman, Scientific Software Engineer, via our switchboard phone number: (0348) 45 92 11.
About the Terberg Special Vehicles division
Terberg Special Vehicles produces shunting vehicles for ports, distribution centres, heavy industry and shunting yards. Turnkey solutions optimise the availability of vehicles, improve efficiency and maximise the residual value. A range of services is offered directly and through an extensive global service network: spare parts, (preventive) maintenance, repairs, retrofits, Terberg Connect telematics and rental solutions. The division's electric yard tractors have now reached the third generation. In addition a hydrogen fuel cell tractor is under development. In the area of automation AutoTUG’s are under development with partners to be able to operate tractors remotely (teleoperation) or without driver (autonomous).