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Restraints Control Electronics Engineer At Ford

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Location: Chennai

Company: Ford

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Ford’s Passive Safety Electronics team designs & release hardware and Software, functional integration of Restraints Electronics Control Module(RCM) / Airbag control module and its associated crash sensors.

RESTRAINTS CONTROL ELECTRONICS ENGINEER is responsible for design & release of Restraints Control Module (RCM) / Air bag control module and Crash Sensors product deliverables, support calibration & update configurations to the assigned vehicle program in Asia Pacific market.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the delivery of all engineering requirements for the RCM + Crash Sensors, per each development milestone, as defined by the Ford product development process.
  • Drive component packaging and integration of Active Safety radar and camera
  • Lead systems sourcing effort with finance and purchasing to engage suppliers
  • Lead RCM configuration development and Software release effort.
  • Support Safety Crash Team during the Crash Calibration
  • Work along with Supplier during Crash Calibration generation
  • Responsibility of calibration performance for series production with safety background to meet government requirements
  • Responsible to determine optimal location in the vehicle for RCM and peripheral sensors.
  • Responsible for working with the selected suppliers in applicating components/ systems meeting all the requirements.

Support the development of robust foundation documents including but not limited to:

  • DFMEA, specifications, D/PVP&R, device transmittals, etc.
  • Support all vehicle prototype builds, product launch and service issues.
  • Lead cross-functional teams, consisting of vehicle system engineers, other commodity owners, network communications engineers, manufacturing engineers (vehicle operations engineers), and commodity suppliers to drive timely resolution of program specific engineering issues.
  • Lead trouble shooting and problem resolution process using vehicle CAN network tools.
  • Collect/analyze CAN data, review system schematics and vehicle wiring systems as required
  • Lead a cross functional team of feature owners and system engineers to assist in the definition of the required behavioral requirements necessary to meet the programs needs.
  • Ensure alignment with Product Definition Letters and compliance to regional regulatory requirements.

Area of professional exposure (technical skills)

  • Working Knowledge of RCM/Air bag ECU system integration / Software and Failure modes, Functional Safety of RCM.
  • Ability to understand Occupant Safety system level functional requirements/behavior.
  • Working knowledge on Automotive Communication protocols : CAN, LIN.

Education Qualifications


No. of years of experience

3 to 5 years


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