Chesapeake Technology is a 73 person DoD R&D company supporting remote work with locations in Denver, MD, VA, and CA. We're looking for software, QA, devops, and RF engineers with interest in SDR’s, networking, and visualization. We’re primarily a JVM shop integrating sensors and equipment into a 3D GIS tool for RF modeling and analysis that runs on Android, Web, and Desktop. We’re pushing hard for government open source! I’ve worked everything from CRDT’s to OpenGL shaders to even sewing sensors into a vest. Lots of opportunities to learn including graduate education and self-directed training. CTI hosted an internal hackathon over the summer where all of the engineers got together at a game house and learned more about each other while trying to integrate SDR's with new wearables. We're looking for people that are passionate about RF and GIS and want to work in small teams. Schedules are flexible and we rely on tools to work asynchronously.
Quick vid to get a feel for what myself and other employees think: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QcxA_8EdSk
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