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- Interviews scheduled
- Second round of interviews
- Final interviews
- Vacancy filled
For this new and interesting internship or graduation assignment, we are looking for an ambitious student who is eager to work on designing AR (augmented reality)with the Microsoft Hololens for our offshore and dredging applications.
During the internship or graduation period, you will be investigating whether there are any possibilities for this technology to be used in or on our equipment. Your duties will consist of defining these possibilities and by the end of your internship/graduation, we will expect you to deliver a working prototype that can be applied on our equipment.
To be eligible for this graduation assignment, you must meet the following criteria:
- you are in the third or fourth year of a higher professional degree (HBO) in computer science, applied computing or game development design.
- you are available to work for at least 32 hours a week for a period of 20 weeks
- you are familiar with Unity, C# software and Visual Studio
- you show initiative, have excellent investigative skills and a highly inquisitive attitude
- you have good verbal and written communication skills in both Dutch and English.
We offer you a challenging project in a dynamic, international company that deals with complex, large-scale projects. Royal IHC is a substantially vertically integrated company involving also a wide range of international co-makers and suppliers. You can work in a successful and ambitious organisation where skilled people are the key to success and that is currently in the process of improving its methods and tools.
As a graduate student, you will work at IHC Systems, which develops standard and bespoke solutions for the efficient operation of dredgers and related vessels. IHC Systems’ solutions are used in the maritime dredging industry, and in alluvial and deep-sea mining.
The systems range from robust sensors to stand-alone and/or integrated systems for operation, presentation, automation, hydrography and DP/DT, and are supported by training simulators. IHC Systems’ global life-cycle support, provided remotely or on-site, offers a guarantee of sustainability and reliability. The company has been a leading name in this field for more than 40 years and employs 100 staff at its office in Sliedrecht, The Netherlands.
For more information, please visit www.ihcsystems.com.
IHC Systems is part of Royal IHC (IHC), the global market leader in the construction of specialized ships for wet mining and dredging activities, and an important player in the field of complex custom-built offshore ships. However, we do not stop there. For every ship, we also develop advanced equipment that is integrated seamlessly. In addition, we offer life-cycle support to our customers, which is available worldwide and for the lifetime of our products. If you look at our customer base, you will find prominent dredging companies, oil and gas conglomerates, offshore contractors and national governments. With offices worldwide, IHC has an international orientation. Today we have 3,000 colleagues working in various locations across The Netherlands and overseas. For more information about IHC please check: www.royalihc.com.
Are you interested in this Graduation project and do you recognise yourself in the job description? Please respond directly through our website: www.royalihc.com/careers or by using the apply button.
For more information about Royal IHC, the vacancy and the application process, please visit www.royalihc.com or call the Staffing department on +31 (0)88-015 4444.
Royal IHC does not approve of commercial, contractor and/or agency acquisition or commercial use of this advertisement. Proposing candidates without invitation is not appreciated and will not be considered by IHC.