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Computer Vision Engineer (Fruit Perception) @ Saga Robotics

Computer Vision Engineer (Fruit Perception)

Location: Lincoln, UK
Contract type: Full time fixed term contract for 2-3 years with the possibility for the position to become permanent.

Positions available:

Saga Robotics Ltd, based in Lincoln, UK, are currently looking for a new full-time coworker with relevant experience and a strong interest in computer vision for robotics. This position offers you the opportunity to work with some of the most advanced agricultural robots in the world in real farming operations at a commercial level. You will also have the opportunity to work with world leading academics and experts in the field of agri-food robotics.

As our computer vision engineer, your role will be to contribute to develop our software components for fruit perception including 3D shape, volume and weight estimation. In addition, you will contribute with the integration of these components in our robotic platforms for commercial applications. Your work will play a key role in different projects across the company and will help us deliver robust commercial services.

Would you like to be part of this exciting project and work as part of an innovative and thriving company?

Saga Robotics are developing robotic solutions for soft fruit production, and are involved in several exciting projects world wide, including Norway, UK, and USA. The company works closely with universities as well as industry leaders in robotics and fruit production to create autonomous robots for farmers. Saga develops robotic hardware and software, and are the creator of the world-leading Thorvald mobile platform, as well as patent pending solutions for robotic strawberry harvesting.

Key requirements:

· Have or currently studying towards an MSc or PhD (or equivalent) in the relevant area
· Excellent mathematical and coding skills (C++/Python, ROS)
· Keen interest in computer vision, deep learning and robotics.
· Experience in developing live computer vision components.
· Be able to work efficiently as part of a team
· Has strong ambitions to help the company thrive

This position will provide you with an exciting opportunity to work as part of an ambitious and growing team both in the UK and Norway, allow you to work with state of the art robotic hardware and software, and benefit from an excellent network of engineers and researchers.

Further Details and Applications:

For further enquiries contact Dr. Jaime Pulido Fentanes at

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Start date: ASAP

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