In this role, you have the opportunity to accelerate innovation and the creation of new healthcare products that matter.
You are responsible for :
As Designer Connectivity you will be working on/with both hardware and (embedded) software building blocks to realize an end-to-end connectivity solution. This includes:
Building-up and maintaining relevant domain knowledge for wireless connectivity (cellular, Wi-Fi, BLE, …) to help our customers (consultancy), and supporting the implementation, integration and verification of (platform) building blocks and solutions
Evaluation and characterization of existing and/or purchased connectivity modules (hardware and software)
Supporting the requirements definition, translation into proper design specifications and documentation, and definition and documentation of test scenarios
Supporting the application of safety and quality standards like IEC60601-1, IEC62304, UL, CE, EU MDR, FDA to complex (electronic) systems in the Healthcare domain
Supporting the creation of project plans in consultation with customer and other partners, ensuring clarity on requirements, effort and deliverables
Communication of technical progress towards customers and the project team
You are a part of
The Electronic Systems & IoT department is part of Philips Innovation Services and located on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). Philips Innovation Services draws upon a huge range of resources and know-how to support our customers in bringing their innovations to market, as fast and as efficiently possible. Our pragmatic technology experts and consultants benefit from decades of experience supporting customers in Philips Businesses, Philips Research and hundreds of companies outside Philips. Each day brings new challenges as we work in many different projects. Learn more about how Philips Innovation Services fits the strategy of Philips.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
A Bachelor or Master degree in Electronics, or Electronic or Software Engineering
At least 3 years of relevant and demonstrable experience in the development of (wireless) connected products and systems, preferably in the medical domain
Experience with implementation and verification of IoT Connectivity standards (4G/5G, LTE CAT M1, NB-IoT, Wi-Fi, BLE, …), their complex eco-systems, their application domains, and their key components in a consumer/professional product environment, encompassing hardware (including the radio part) and (low level) firmware
Knowledge of standards that apply to Connectivity (FCC, ETSI, IEEE, …), the development of electronic systems in general and/or the Healthcare domain in particular
Experience with tooling for test-automation (e.g. Python) is preferred
Proven track record of applying a structured and precise way of working
Excellent communication skills, and a customer centric attitude combined with a problem solving and pragmatic attitude
Experience with working in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary and multi-site development teams
Why should you join Philips?
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