Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc. (HATCI) is the design, technology and engineering arm for all North American models of the Korean-based Hyundai-KIA Motors Group.
Our success in satisfying the demands of increasingly sophisticated consumers is a direct result of the investment Hyundai has made in the future of American automotive engineering. We are committed to becoming the leading automotive maker by delivering uncompromising quality and maximum customer satisfaction through revolution and change.
We are seeking an experienced Infotainment Advanced Development Engineer to be responsible for researching the advances in infotainment technology, and applying developments in the consumer electronics industry including new features for Hyundai/Kia infotainment systems. This position is at our Superior Township, MI location (just East of Ann Arbor). Activities will focus on intuitive solutions for Mobility and Connectivity to enrich the driving experience for our customers.
- Develop customer-ready applications for Hyundai customers as well as explore, research, and implement new ideas.
- Build custom apps and integrate third party systems to enhance the driving experience
- Creates specification and data related to the design and functionality of the software
- Develops detailed documentation of functional specifications, software development, and coding specifications
- Research products and technology in the smartphone apps and consumer electronics market
- Design and perform benchmarking evaluations for infotainment systems to know trend of market, smartphone apps, and competitive OEM’s for technology
- Work cross-functionality with internal and external partners from E2E perspective to complete advanced projects
- Demonstrate creativity in the development of new technical concepts
- Ability to recommend alternative actions to solve new/reoccurring issues
- Design prototypes and mass product of smartphone apps and automotive infotainment products including server side implementation
- Must be able to travel both domestically and internationally (less than 20%)