DigiLens just had a knockout product launch with BMW at CES 2016, and won BEST IN SHOW at SID 2016. Now...
We are looking for multiple Optical Test and Measurement Engineers to join its customer product development teams, working on unbelievably cool product applications right out of a Hollywood Sci-Fi movie. On the personal development side, you will not only master many aspects of next generation digital optics, but potentially take your career path a decisive step further in a vibrant fast growing company with room for employees to grow.
Take a look at these CES DigiLens reviews - and this is just the first:
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DigiLens is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
Located in Silicon Valley, California, DigiLens is a leader in smart glass materials for Displays and Imaging, serving the aerospace, automotive, security and consumer electronics industries. The company develops next generation waveguide optical displays and thereafter licenses volume manufacture to "who's who" top tier customers, performing "Optical Origami" on some of the most exciting product applications imaginable:
Working with laser machine tools, thin film materials processing and flexible glass, you will acquire new experience and skills in a fast growing small company environment.
Headquarters: Sunnyvale, CA
Size: 40+ Employees
Type: Company - Private, Strategic & Venture backed
Industry: Materials and Application Licensing
Competitors: Nokia Technologies, Lumus
Mission: To safely improve human information interaction through next generation displays and biometric sensors.