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2018-03-14 16:26:12| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Are you passionate about Data? Do you have commercial academic hobby Python experience? Are you looking at working on projects that analyse gigabytes of pictorial data? Interested in Earth Observation, remote sensing or satellites? Then this is the role for you! Airbus Defence Space Intelligence is a leading provider of optical and radar satellite imagery, geographic information products, software and services delivering geographic information solutions into both private and public sector organisations worldwide. We offer a comprehensive product and services portfolio covering the entire geographic information services value chain data acquisition and processing, imagery analysis and interpretation, hosting and delivery of large datasets, as well as offering GIS development and consultancy. We have an exciting new vacancy in the Airbus Leicester office for a Geospatial Applications Developer. You will be working in an office thats close to the M1, is accessible by public transport and has parking onsite. You will be joining a closeknit team of 4, responsible for improving the processing and analysis of remotely sensed airborne or satellite imagery and other geospatial data, for a range of commercial and public sector applications. Datasets will be covering the application areas of oil gas, infrastructure, highways, agriculture, power supply and railways. The successful candidate may need to gain UK Security Clearance in order to undertake related work in accordance with business needs. The position lies within a small RD group alongside other developers, with working links to similar RD teams in France and Germany. Although Leicesterbased, the role will include support to colleagues based in our Guildford office. As an Applications Developer you will be working in the area of cuttingedge, new geospatial analysis techniques creating and validating prototype new solutions and their implementation on either inhouse workstations, Cloud platforms, or other delivery solutions. These applications are aimed at providing faster and more intelligent analysis of imagery or imagederived information, to reflect the increasing data volumes now being encountered. You will therefore gain experience in different fields, as they arise, within image analysis, computer vision, data management, data mining, machine learning and cloud computing. To be successful for this Geospatial Applications Developer role, you need to have the following skills experience An analytical and numerical background such as Computer Science Computer Systems Engineering Information Technology Maths Physics Sciences Computer Vision or related subjects. An enjoyment of programming, founded on strong numeracy and developmental skills, and being able to exploit published scientific literature if needed Experience Commercial Academic Hobby using Python and related libraries ideally NumPy, ScikitImage or ScikitLearn Any experience knowledge of the following would be desirable but NOT essential Experience working on complex datasets Web delivery of data and services Understanding of the principles and applications of remote sensingEarth Observation e.g. optical and SAR Imagery Other relevant open source software tools, such as OpenCV, TensorFlow, or similar Advanced image analysis algorithms, e.g. from Machine Learning Airbus is committed to achieving workforce diversity and creating an inclusive working environment. We welcome all applications irrespective of social and cultural background, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief.

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