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Embedded software engineer



Software Engineering
Posted on Thursday, May 2, 2024

Job description

Exodigo is looking for an embedded software engineer with at least 5 years of experience in the field to join our amazing adventure. As an embedded software engineer you will help Exodigo to develop embedded for proprietary devices


Embedded development:

  • BSP customization
  • Linux device drivers debug and implementation, user space integration
  • FreeRTOS development

Hands on production experience with at least one embedded Linux distribution out of:

  • Yocto
  • Petalinux
  • Buildroot
  • Gentoo

Microcontroller development (low level pure C development)

  • Bare metal x86_64
  • Bare metal aarch64

Deep understanding of hardware devices interaction, at least:

  • Serial/SPI/I2C
  • Ethernet
  • USB
  • DMA

Deep understanding of communication protocols


  • x86_64
  • aarch64


  • Hands on production experience in tailoring an embedded commodity devices.
  • Basic understanding of security and cryptography.

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About Exodigo:

Every year, over $100B is spent on excavation and drilling, trying to discover what’s underground so companies can find out if they are about to hit a gas pipeline, water source, find oil, or anything else that is hidden underneath the surface. Needless use of heavy equipment creates unnecessary and avoidable greenhouse gas emissions, wastes billions of dollars per year, damages our planet, and can even cost lives. We at Exodigo believe the future of discovery is non-intrusive. We are creating the gold standard of subsurface non-intrusive discovery for industry and commercial use. We are deploying innovative and proprietary AI on multi-sensor technology to change the way you discover what is under the surface. Our approach is like combining an MRI, a CT scan, and an ultrasound all at once, to get one image that gives you a clear view of the underground before you even touch it. So that you know exactly where to drill, to get the result you want and not for discovery. Read more about Exodigo in the news: