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EN: business
JP: none
8 - 16 million JPY per month
Employment Type
Full time

Job Description

FingerVision Inc. is looking to hire a Robot Motion Engineer. 

Experience (junior, mid-level, etc.): Mid-level to senior

Candidates can apply from: Everywhere

Visa sponsorship: Available


Responsible for developing programs to generate robot motions. Based on sensor data, grasp planning and trajectory planning are performed to create robot motions, and then they are executed through visual and tactile sensor feedback control. This role covers from low-level real-time control to higher-level action planning.


Required Skills

  • Programming robot arms (manipulators) from Python or C++
  • Python
  • C++
  • ROS
  • Motion planning

Desired Skills

  • Motion generation with 3D (RGB-D) sensors
  • Visual serving
  • Robotic manipulation of deformable objects
  • Robotic manipulation with tactile sensors
  • Robot learning
  • Machine learning, reinforcement learning

Language Requirements

  • Japanese language only or English language only speakers can be considered

About the Company

FingerVision Inc. is reshaping robotics with vision-based tactile sensing. Born from advanced research, our technology bridges the human-robot divide, enhancing adaptability and efficiency.

Imagine robots that not only see but feel. Our unique sensor, with its transparent skin and embedded camera, grants robots tactile sensations like force and slip, rivaling human dexterity. This innovation overcomes traditional robotic limitations, opening doors to unprecedented applications.

Beyond sensing, we're solution-driven. From pioneering next-gen food production with robots to integrating our sensors across industries, we're leading the charge towards a harmonious human-robot future.

With FingerVision, we're not just envisioning the future; we're crafting it. Join our journey to redefine robotics.