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EMBEDDED DEVICE FIRMWARE CONSULTANT

at Haystack Technologies, Inc in San Francisco, CA   —   Mar 30, 2014   |  
Overview
Our company, Haystack Technologies, is searching for a firmware contractor to help us complete our first product, HayTag. HayTag is a long range (1-2 km), solar powered ID tag that works with your smartphone. Our vision for HayTag is to make losing things like dogs, bikes, or car keys a thing of the past, but there are also some stunning commercial, industrial, and government applications of HayTag.
Responsibilities
We are seeking a consultant to assist in the development of HayTag's firmware, working closely with our CTO. This is a 60-day project working approximately 20-30 hours per week that will focus on writing and testing embedded firmware for HayTag, primarily in C. HayTag is an RF system built on the STM32L.
For more information on the firmware stack we are building around, visit http://wiki.indigresso.com to see the DASH7/OpenTag Wikis
Experience
Required:
Experience in authoring firmware for microcontrollers
Experience in logic design, via work history or relevant coursework
Basic experience with assembly programming
Basic experience with a soldering iron
Nice To Have:
Experience with wireless communication systems and/or protocols
Experience with Cortex-M or STM32L products
Direct experience or coursework involving basic signal processing and/or algorithm design
Skills
Expertise in C programming
Education
- Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science.
- Good English language skills, written and spoken
Compensation
Competitive
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