As Joint Engineer you will design the joints to make the exoskeleton walk as good as possible. A Joint is incredibly complicated and consists of a lot of small parts. This will be no problem for you, of course. With your clear way of working and extreme enthusiasm for (motor) drives and transmissions, you ensure that the joints become as small and efficient as possible!
Working as a Frame Engineer you are the biggest puzzler of our team! You will design and produce the conjuctive parts of our exoskeleton: the bones and the hip structure. Besides that you will make sure that everything that other engineers design will get the right spot on the exoskeleton. Are you nod scared of programs such as CAD and FEM? Do you like working together with all team members? Do you have a big dose of creativity and determination? Then this is the perfect function for you!
As an Human Input Engineer you will focus on the fact that the exoskeleton has to work just to the likings of the pilot. To design a system where the pilot can give input in a natural way, that is you goal! Do you like brainstorming with the pilot? Can you get to the solutions in creative ways? Then you are the Human Input Engineer that we search for!
Do you want to make sure that the new exoskeleton will look like THE new Project MARCH exoskeleton next year? Then you can be our new Aesthetic Engineer! You will focus on the appearance: How can the pilot feel safe and how can everybody recognize the exoskeleton? You want to implement our partners somewhere? By creating and sketching several ideas you will make sure that the whole world will know Project MARCH!
Like no other, you know how the human works. By measuring the pilot, by analysing the walking gait and making many prototypes you make sure that the exoskeleton will perfectly connect to the pilot.
Always dreamed of building your own Iron Man suit? As Software Engineer you will make sure that our pilot can walk again perfectly, just as Iron Man! By designing the complete software architecture, implementing it and simulating you will make sure that when the pilot is ready, all information will be perfectly dispersed.
As an Electrical Engineer you will focus on all electrical parts of the exoskeleton. Besides for example designing the schematics of the Power Distribution Board, you can also keep yourself busy with soldering a test setup. You will be involved with the whole exoskeleton, because electronics are involved everywhere. An extra challenge is to make it as safe as possible for our pilot. With a broad knowledge about electrnoics and a dose of determination you can make it work!
During your year at Project MARCH you will find yourself on the front of innovation! How can the exoskeleton balance itself while a human is operating it? And how does it work with the control of the motors? These are questions which you can answer as a Control Engineer.