• Software Engineer, Deep Learning

    Job Location US-MA-Greater Boston
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    Permanent Full Time
  • Job Description

    Software Engineer, Deep Learning

    Somerville, MA, USA


    At Avigilon we are helping solve some of the biggest challenges around safety and physical security by developing advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and products that are used to help keep people, businesses, and cities around the world safer. Avigilon, a Motorola Solutions company, designs, develops, and manufactures advanced AI, video analytics, network video management software and hardware, surveillance cameras, and access control solutions that help change the way people interact with their security systems.

    Founded in 2004 in Vancouver, Avigilon has been a driving force behind the security industry’s AI evolution and has continuously been a company that stands for innovation and growth. At Avigilon, you will find a culture of thought-leaders who are passionate about creating exciting new solutions for security and surveillance. We seek problem-solvers who are eager to rise to the challenges of a continuously evolving technological industry, and those who want to make an impact of the safety of people and businesses globally.


    Position Overview:


    Avigilon is looking for versatile and talented Software Engineers (yes, plural) to work in a multidisciplinary team of brilliant software, computer vision and deep learning research engineers as we continue designing and developing wave-making products and solutions for the video security surveillance industry. 


    The goal of our Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) team is to build the next generation of deep learning and AI solutions for video surveillance and business intelligence. With your technical expertise, you will have a broad array of problems to solve – including productizing machine learning and computer vision algorithms, managing and processing large amounts of video and image data, designing and building tools as we rapidly progress.


    If you possess loads of passion for creating cutting-edge technologies (shout out to machine learning, computer vision, deep learning, AI), have strong technical acumen, believe to work with integrity, and enjoy a wildly collaborative environment, you will be the perfect fit for Avigilon.


    Responsibilities include:

    • Primarily responsible for internal code, tools, data management, and automated processing
    • Effectively collaborating, and communicating with software and AI research engineers in a multi-disciplinary environment
    • Designing, implementing and documenting software solutions that address specific requirements
    • Designing and implementing big data management and processing strategies, infrastructures and algorithms
    • Making effective use of Object Oriented Software design patterns
    • Designing and implementing highly scalable and available applications



    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science or related field
    • 5+ years of development experience
    • Proficient in languages including Python and C++
    • Experience with machine learning and/or computer vision
    • Familiar with deep learning /CNN frameworks, such as Tensorflow or Caffe
    • Experience developing and deploying applications under Linux and Windows
    • Code development for GPU


    Preference will be given to candidates with the following skills and experience: 

    • Experience with cloud services, C#
    • Experience with handling and analyzing big data
    • Experience with database design and management
    • Experience with image and video processing


    Perks of Working at Avigilon:

    As a full-time employee of Avigilon, you are eligible to receive a comprehensive benefits package which includes a competitive salary with full benefits including extended health, dental, vision, paid vacation and holidays, 401K, eligible to participate in TechTalks, Hackathons, etc.


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