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Specialist for airspace simulation - San Francisco, CA - Uber Our application is a new, versatile way of earning income for those who travel with Uber. This airspace simulation specialist will concentrate on our Uber Air Transport Authority program, which aims to quickly move on to a ride in the skies, i.e. municipal air travel. Specifically, this individual will concentrate on our new airspace system creation initiatives in Uber, which include Elevate Network Services and a Network Operations Center.

Candidates will be responsible for all questions relating to Air Space Simulations within the Air Space System Group under the leadership of the Air Space System Manager and in consultation with the Operations Manager of elevate. Choice, setup and setup of air space simulators. He analyzes the current air space simulations system (research and production) and selects the most efficient ones to assist the Uber in increasing city air traffic and providing drones.

In charge of the setup and setup of these simulator system. Creation and modelling of aerial space sceneries. Candidates will create simulated flight taxis in different phases, early pilot flight, first operation and operative deployment. Generates over-drone supply scenes on different degrees of complexities and sizes and can simultaneously model these scenes and collect the corresponding datas.

Developing simulationsystems. It is the candidate's responsibility to identify and make any necessary changes to the system. While it would be beneficial if the nominee could make some of these changes on his own, he/she can also consult either internal engineering or outside engineering to make the necessary changes.

Conducting real-time airborne flight mode analyses The nominee performs real-time airborne flight mode analyses in order to explore alternative concepts and to deliver inputs to the altitude air system to be developed. Candidates should be able to fully comprehend the requirements for collecting information associated with running tests and ensure that the necessary information is gathered and accessible for further use.

Co-ordination with other engineer groups The nominee will provide due co-ordination with other appropriate groups and interest groups such as the Elevate Network Service Engineer Group, the Network Operation Centre Group, the Elevate Operation Group and the Uber Cores in order to better understanding the needs and priority for deployment. co-ordination with extern simulation.

Uber is also expecting to work on computer-aided simulations with outside organisations (e.g. NASA, FAA). Candidates shall coordinate the technological aspect of these computer-based simulations and collaborative interaction. Candidates will be the first point of contact for aerial flight modelling and must therefore have expertise in performing aerial flight modelling using state-of-the-art modelling equipment.

Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of existing aviation practices and processes in the national aviation system. Candidates must know how to simulate sky operation and should be able to judge the accuracy of the simulation. These candidates should know which type of operation can be modeled up to which degree of detail.

Candidates should have a good knowledge of FH on-going operation and the FH suggested UTM approaches and how they will interact with the present and prospective air traffic control of regular and general air services. Candidates must create new sky simulations and should be acquainted with the applicable procedures and guidelines and have a clear view of what scenario would reflect Elevate's air taxis and drones.

Candidates should have a general understanding of what a drones shipment and an DVTOL tray theory would probably look like. Candidates should be able to pinpoint efficient enhancements to simulations tools and efficiently report them to team engineers (internal or external). Candidates must be able to imagine the helicopter taxis and the drones levy in 5-10 years, and they must think strategic about how Uber's scenario will evolve over the years, beginning with a presentation of the 2020 pilot missions, through the deployment to the first missions in 2023 and the full 2025 operation.

Candidates must work in close collaboration with other organisations to design and socialise air space scenario development, and therefore should be experienced in working with FAA, NASA and other air space stakeholder groups. About will be in a leading here function, and the individual in this capacity will help with Uber's in-house and outside communications for our engineering endeavors as they are related to increasing and dropping drones.

Candidates must also be able to work with different sets of civil engineer, in particular the Air Space Technology Group, and should therefore have the technological expertise to efficiently interact with computer scientists about the technological designs, in particular regarding simulationsystems. We do not just embrace differences - we party to them, we endorse them, and we live them for the good of our people, our people, our produce, and our communities.

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