Project Manager



The Project Manager is responsible for handling predesignated projects related to utilizing 3d point cloud data from LiDARs. The projects span across diverse areas requiring 3d computer visions, from automotive, mobile robot to factory automation industry. This includes defining detailed tasks for achieving the goal, managing resources and timeline, executing engineering tasks in collaboration with colleagues and partners, and processing documentation. The daily tasks include following up on communication channels, keeping our management tools up-to-date, interacting with internal and external groups, performing other related tasks to promote projects to completion. This role requires good communication skills particularly in technical reading and writing, an overall understanding of the technical, legal, and administrative background for each project, and a calm yet active attitude towards achieving the goals.


Understand the mission and goals of projects, interpret and categorize them into tasks in detail based on technical understanding
Analyze plans and project details for job readiness
Assign specific tasks to colleagues and partners participating in each project
Manage overall project progress and available resources
Identify issues that hinder projects from moving to completion and estimate extra resources to resolve them
Executing engineering tasks to promote project progress
Generate reports for the status and results of projects
Suggest and participate in process improvements including structuring tasks and managing resources


Detailed, professional and organized attitude
Flexibility for adapting to an ever-changing environment
Ability to work independently and learn and teach oneself as demanded
Problem definition and solving skills and good judgment when issues arise
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work well with others in a collaborative team environment
Effectively prioritize, multi-task, and manage time well
Ability to maintain and build a good relationship with internal and external groups