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Posted On Sep 30

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IoT Architect

QuEST Global Engineering Services Private Limited

Location : Bengaluru, Karnataka

Hiring Mode : Full Time

Hiring Role : Architect

Experience : Mid Level

Quest Global is an organization at the forefront of innovation and one of the world’s fastest growing engineering services firms with deep domain knowledge and recognized expertise in the top OEMs across seven industries. We are a twenty-five-year-old company on a journey to becoming a centenary one, driven by aspiration, hunger and humility.

We are looking for humble geniuses, who believe that engineering has the potential to make the impossible, possible; innovators, who are not only inspired by technology and innovation, but also perpetually driven to design, develop, and test as a trusted partner for Fortune 500 customers.

As a team of remarkably diverse engineers, we recognize that what we are really engineering is a brighter future for us all. If you want to contribute to meaningful work and be part of an organization that truly believes when you win, we all win, and when you fail, we all learn, then we’re eager to hear from you.

The achievers and courageous challenge-crushers we seek, have the following characteristics and skills:

 

Required Skills (Technical Competency):

  • Good to have – previous experience of working in Industrial IOT domains
  • Strong and demonstrable experience of working on standard IOT Platforms specifically around the areas of Device Provisioning, Device Management, Certificate provisioning, digital twinning etc..
  • Demonstrable experience of knowledge of standard communication protocols – MQTT, REST/HTTP, TCP
  • Demonstrable experience in OT protocols – OPC-UA is a must.
  • Demonstrable experience in identifying and setting up Edge Gateways integrating with OT systems
  • Demonstrable experience of on-premise edge agent development/deployment (custom agent, AzureIoT Edge/SDK, AWS GreenGrass/SDK etc.)
  • Previous working experience on OTA implementations