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pony.ai Radar Signal Processing Engineer in Fremont, California

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”

At Pony, we are not fond of rules, and we have no respect for the status quo. We come together not to celebrate the talents we have, wealth or fame, but to do things that we never thought we could, things that would change the world for the better, and things that we’d be proud of for the rest of our lives.

You may not find the best laid out org-chart, you may not have the latest and greatest tools or equipment, you may not even have a reference design to start your project with or an experienced mentor to ask the puzzling questions to. But what you will never find short of, here at Pony, is the sense of purpose, the passion for changes, and the opportunity to work on some of the most impactful technologies of our era, with some of the brightest engineers you’ll ever meet.

If you believe in what we believe, we genuinely welcome you to join us.

We want to do some work that is truly great, together.


  • Design and implement customized signal processing for radar raw data.

  • Write drivers and firmware for signal processing SOC.

  • Troubleshoot and optimize the radar performance for both detection and filtering.

  • Figure out customer (perception team) requirements and translate that to Radar HW / ESW designs.

  • Work with a multidisciplinary team to deliver state-of-the-art products with limited resources and timeline.


  • Motivated, quick learner.

  • Understand how Radar, especially FMCW radar, works.

  • Familiar with Radar signal processing: typical flows, techniques (FFT, windowing, filtering), implementation and trade-offs.

  • Strong with C coding & debugging.

  • Experienced with typical protocols, such as ethernet, SPI, I2C, MIPI-CSI.

  • Experience with TI TDA SOC is a plus.

  • knowledge of Linux/UNIX and real-time operating systems is a plus.

  • Knowledge of electromagnetic theory is a plus.

  • Think from first principles.

  • Great communication skills.