Apex.AI General Interest
Software Engineering, Data Science
Palo Alto, CA, USA
Posted on Friday, November 3, 2023
Not sure where you fit in at Apex.AI but would like to be considered? Please drop your resume here! A member of our Talent Acquisition team will review your resume and will reach out if there is a fit!
Please note, all of our roles require either:
- Current work authorization in the United States for US candidates, OR
- Candidates must be located in either Germany, Gothenburg, Sweden, Japan or Korea and must currently possess work authorization for those countries, respectively.
Apex.AI is an international developer of safety-certified base software, enabling a faster transition to software-defined vehicles and software-defined mobility. The company’s software products are based on proven open-source software, such as ROS or Eclipse iceoryx. Through a proprietary process, we add what is necessary to support commercial and safety-critical applications such as functional safety, real-time determinism and flawless performance.
Distinguished by our experienced and agile team, we bring in the right pedigree: Expertise in modern software engineering to build software that scales to massive systems, leading know-how in software functional safety to make software reliable, experience bringing software to market so that we know what to takes to build actual products, and twenty-plus years of experience building autonomous systems so that we can take the perspective of our customers and know their needs.
The company’s headquarters is located in Palo Alto, CA, with offices in Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart in Germany, Gothenburg in Sweden, Tokyo in Japan and Pangyo in South Korea. To date, Apex.AI has raised over $75 million USD from world-class venture, financial and strategic investors including AGCO, Airbus Ventures, Canaan, Continental AG, Daimler Truck, HELLA Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover’s InMotion Ventures, Lightspeed, Orillion, Toyota Ventures, Volvo Group Venture Capital and ZF.
Apex.AI participates in E-Verify, the United States federal program for electronic verification of employment eligibility.