Hardware (nice to have)
Golang (nice to have)
Linux Kernel (nice to have)
Python (nice to have)
Linux networking (regular)
IP networks (regular)
The individual will be responsible for development, integration and support of a new mobile satellite terminal for GEO / LEO (geosynchronous earth orbit / low earth orbit) constellations.
The terminal is designed and built for commercial and business aircraft, with future iterations applicable to multiple mobility platforms (rail, maritime, UAV, etc).
The product needs to meet aviation quality and certification standards. It is creative work in a challenging industry with access to word class domain experts.
Fluency in C / C++ language and bash scripting is required. Knowledge of Go or Rust is an advantage. Experience with Linux and L2 / L3 networking is desired.
Willingness to work with hardware and domain specific protocols. We value creativity and freedom in solving engineering problems.
Launched in 2020, Stellar Blu Solutions ( Stellar Blu) is a leader in the development of cutting-edge connectivity, network and avionics solutions for next generation satellite networks.
GDC Technics, one of the largest aircraft modification establishments in the world, established Stellar Blu as an independent company to continue the development of satellite communications technology for the world’s leading airlines, as well as solutions for other aerospace and mobility markets.
Stellar Blu partners with several of the world’s leading network operators, including Inmarsat, OneWeb and Hughes Networks.
Focused on delivering an exceptional experience for the end user, Stellar Blu provides advanced technical solutions for satellite network operators, including the unique needs of high bandwidth low earth orbit (LEO) constellations.
These mesh satellite networks require digital, electronically steered antennas (ESA) at the core of Stellar Blu's solution.