[JOB] Lacuna Space looking for Erlang developer
Thu Aug 6 11:46:14 CEST 2020
Lacuna Space, a UK and Netherlands based startup offering IoT connectivity
using its own fleet of small satellites, is looking for an experienced
Erlang/OTP developer to join the team.
You will be working on Lacuna's backend system, which coordinates,
commands, and guards Lacuna's satellites in low earth orbit.
If you have always wanted to work with space technology, this might be your
- Design, code and test new features for Lacuna's backend system in
- Find and solve defects in the systems currently in use
- Liaise with the payload firmware team to realise features to be
implemented across both the payload and the backend
*Skills and Experience:*
- Demonstrable experience (3+ years) developing systems in Erlang/OTP in
a production environment
- Able to manage themselves, and to make themselves valuable in a
- Knowledge of SQL databases
- Knowledge of network protocols and principles
- Good understanding of data structures and algorithms
- Experience with Linux as a deployment platform
- Good verbal and written communication in English
- experience in any of the following: C, Python, Bash, Matlab, git,
- experience with, or an interest in spaceflight and orbital mechanics
- experience with, or an interest in Lora, LoraWan and IoT
- This is a remote position, you will be working from home most of the
- Both contractors or employees will be considered
- At this point, only candidates from the United Kingdom will be
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter, including current and
expected salary/rate, to Jeroen Koops <jeroen@REDACTED> (no
recruiters or agencies please)
*About Lacuna Space*
Lacuna Space, based in the UK and the Netherlands, is a global Internet of
Things (IoT) connectivity provider. It offers low cost, easy and reliable
global connections to sensors and mobile equipment everywhere. The company
is revolutionising the connection of sensors and equipment to the internet
with low-power, wide-area networking technology. This connection revolution
is being built around open-standards, such as Semtech's LoRa® (long range),
and freely available network chips that developers can easily configure
into flexible and secure networks, ready to be deployed publicly, privately
or by communities.
Lacuna Space's plan is to deploy a constellation of 32 small satellites in
low Earth orbit (LEO) forming the Lacuna Network. Because the satellites
travel in polar orbits, the Lacuna Network will provide ubiquitous coverage
for devices in regions without reliable wireless coverage.
The company works closely with The Things Network in Amsterdam. Its network
includes developers and collaborators in the US, France and Switzerland.
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