Luxoft and MBition open R&D center for software services

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Global IT service provider Luxoft Holding and Daimler subsidiary MBition have opened a research and development center in Berlin, Germany, where the two will create innovations in software services for future Daimler vehicles.

“Berlin is at the forefront of innovation in the automotive sector. This partnership presents an opportunity for progressive, forward-thinking software developers to join the mobility revolution and shape how the next-generation of drivers interact with cars. This is an exciting time to work in Berlin and we look forward to working closely with Daimler to co-create the smart technologies of tomorrow,” said Alwin Bakkenes, MD of Luxoft Automotive.

The facility is based in Berlin’s co-working office Mindspace, and focuses on mobility services and digital vehicle software. Research conducted there will also look at how drivers and passengers interact with autonomous cars.

More than 100 engineering staff from Luxoft are based on the new center, working in the fields of software, hardware and design to develop state-of-the-art software for next-gen vehicles.

Luxoft and MBition are currently recruiting at the facility for QA automation engineers with expertise in Python; manual QA engineers with DevOps principles knowledge; software developers with Linux Embedded expertise, C++, Qt and tools and automation engineer, with Jenkins, Git and Unix systems knowledge.

Candidates can expect an attractive social package and options for relocation. More information is available at https://career.luxoft.com/automotive/.

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