【Message by Japanese Engineer】
At ZMP we create autonomous driving vehicles, logistics robots and numerous other AI robots.
We deal with embedding of high quality software for AI, image processing and control technology.
CPUs today are extremely high in quality,have decreased in size where they are made into the size of smartphones and are increasingly widespread.
With electronic components which are much higher in performance, there is high a demand for us to make simpler and cheaper electronic substrate.
ZMP products necess a combination of various types of technology.
Sensors (cameras, IMU, encoder, laser, radar, etc.)
Motor,battery, telecommunication, power supply, indicators, noise control, safety device, user interface,connectors, cabling, high and low electricity, wireless, digital and analog circuit….
System design, selection of parts, negotiation with vendors, prototype production, mass production, test tool production, defect analysis…
You don’t necessarily need to be an expert in all these fields.
Where you lack knowledge or skill, you can always learn by asking others. I like to keep in mind that things like CAD are merely tools.
Being able to understand what is needed and having a flexible mind to think of ways to realize what we want to create is the most significant skill.
Being able to understand what is needed and having a flexible mind to think of ways to realize what we want to create is the most significant skill.This means having interest in physical phenomena and ask yourself why a certain sensor is used.
ZMP members highly prioritize time efficiency and they often ask me, “when there are so many great sensors out there in the world, Why don’t we use the best sensors out there in the world? Let’s use this sensor”
This means having interest in physical phenomena and ask yourself why a certain sensor is used.
This request happens because they have clear idea about the ways to get to their goals.
What is your goal as an electrical engineer?
Is it enough for you to say, “I simply connect cords according to the reference provided”?
Come join us and let’s work together as multi-player electronics engineers!