[robotics-worldwide] [Jobs] Robotics Research Software Engineers: sensor-guided robot motion and manipulation planning (4 posts)

Graham Deacon graham.deacon at ocado.com
Tue Feb 17 09:41:11 PST 2015

Ocado is the world's largest on-line only grocer. Ocado Technology is
responsible for the design and development of almost all the software that
runs our highly automated business. Ocado Technology's robotics research
team is working on pre-production sensor-guided robotic systems using
recent research results and state of the art technology to further improve
the efficiency of our operation.

In addition to this Ocado has recently been awarded European Union Funding
on two Horizon 2020 Research Projects. This has necessitated the need to
further expand our team and therefore we are looking to recruit a number of
Robotics Research Software Engineers.

This exciting development means that in addition to production related
research work, the successful applicants will have the opportunity to
contribute to cutting edge, fundamental robotics research in conjunction
with a number of leading European universities and research labs.

We are looking for four researchers to cover a number of specialisms
relating to sensor-guided robot motion and manipulation planning.

These posts are permanent positions and will persist beyond the duration of
the Horizon 2020 research projects.

Full details can be found at:


Graham Deacon

Dr Graham Deacon | Robotics Research Team Leader,
Ocado Technology, Titan Court, 3 Bishop Square, Hatfield Business
Park, Hatfield AL10 9NE.
Direct: +44 (0)1707 228553 | Mobile: +44 (0)7887 574032 |


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