Software Engineer for Vision Team

Indrykket: 16.9.2020

TrackMan A/S, Vedbæk

Do you have an interest in the fusion of technology and sport? Do you want to develop camera software for tracking algorithms used in TV broadcast and by top athletes all around the world? Join our Vision algorithm team now!

As a member of the Vision team you will be deeply involved in the development and optimization of camera software underpinning our state-of-the-art tracking algorithms used to measure ball and equipment kinematics across sports. Our products combine Doppler radars and cameras, and the Vision team is responsible for converting video feeds into accurate and meaningful data on the performance of the athlete, fusing the video feed with information from radar signals and other sensors.

This valuable information is made accessible on the user’s mobile device for easy-to-understand feedback and analysis on performance or is used in TV broadcasting for enhancing the viewing experience or in gamification.

You will play a significant role in the development of our world-leading, proprietary golf and baseball sensor technology, which is now also being applied in football, tennis, cricket and many other sports.

Are you our new colleague?

Our ideal candidate has solid software development and programming skills as well as interest in and experience with Linux-based high-level embedded and server systems, deep debugging and code optimization. Works tasks will include developing software for control and interfacing with various camera subsystems. You will be joining a team of specialists within these fields and together we strive to remain the best in the world at what we do.

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About TrackMan A/S
TrackMan has changed the way we understand and enjoy the games of golf and baseball, and today we continue to push the frontier of tracking technologies and data intelligence in sports. Our technology translates the flight of a ball and the movements of a player into insights that enable athletes and thought leaders to connect feel with facts. The masters of golf, baseball and many other sports rely on our technology to understand their game, improve their performance and, eventually, unleash their full potential.