Bosch Sensortec expands its’ international reach and opens new offices in Oulu and Espoo, Finland
New competence centers for digital sensor signal processing technologies
- Bosch Sensortec opens two new offices in Oulu and Espoo
- International expansion aims at enlarging competencies in the development of digital sensor signal processing technologies
- Several open positions at new locations with focus on integrated circuit design and embedded software
Bosch Sensortec is gaining a foothold in Finland with two new offices in Oulu and Espoo. This international expansion is aimed at securing the company’s position as a leading provider of microelectromechanical (MEMS) sensors for consumer electronics.
Competence enhancement for digital sensor signal processing
MEMS sensors are getting smaller and at the same time smarter, with more and more intelligence being built into the product. This enables sensing and intelligence at the edge, opening up a whole new range of applications that use sensor fusion. This development also requires new technologies to meet the requirements of these applications.
One such enabling technology is digital sensor signal processing, on which the new sites in Oulu and Espoo will focus. To this end, talent is being sought in the field of integrated circuit (IC) design and embedded software development.
“Our expansion in Finland is a critical step to securing our leadership position in the consumer electronics market,” said Stefan Finkbeiner, CEO of Bosch Sensortec. “The two new offices in Oulu and Espoo will allow us to leverage regional resources and attract the best IC design and embedded software talent to advance our development work on signal processing technologies for digital sensors.”
Jussi Leponiemi, Key Account Director of BusinessOulu, is very pleased with Bosch Sensortec’s announcement to open a new site in Oulu. “Bosch Sensortec is a highly successful global company and we are very pleased to welcome them to their new facility in Oulu. The new site will add to Oulu’s and Finland’s innovation capabilities in the field of digital sensor signal processing and offer exciting new career opportunities in this narrow field of expertise locally,” says Leponiemi.
What makes Bosch Sensortec an attractive employer
There is more than one good reason to work for Bosch Sensortec. The company is covering the whole value chain for innovative MEMS technology, including sensor systems with hardware and software development. Furthermore, Bosch Sensortec has an employee-oriented corporate culture, provides attractive working conditions and first-class career opportunities. Working at Bosch Sensortec means working for the entire Bosch Group. This gives associates access to an international community that values the diversity of its people and encourages international career paths. What sets the Bosch Group apart from others is that it strives to take on social responsibility instead of simply generating short-term profits. Bosch is a financially independent company; the Robert Bosch Stiftung, a charitable foundation, holds the majority of the capital shares.
Several vacancies in IC design and embedded software development
Bosch Sensortec’s success to date in MEMS sensors and solutions is based on a remarkable team driven by passion, innovation and flexibility. Bosch Sensortec is committed to improving people’s lifestyles and well-being through MEMS technology – every day. By understanding user needs and customer requirements, the company’s MEMS technologies enable a wide range of applications for smartphones, tablets, wearables, AR/VR, smart homes and the Internet of Things (IoT). To continue its journey as a leading provider of MEMS sensing solutions, Bosch Sensortec is looking for new employees who are ready to contribute to the company’s future success. Whether experienced professionals, graduates or students. Bosch Sensortec offers excellent prospects and opportunities in IC design and embedded software in Finland. There are currently several positions open. Details can be found on the Bosch career website.
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