The FAYAT Road Equipment Division is part of the French family group FAYAT.
The division provides solutions for the following domains in the road building industry through its various brands: asphalt production, asphalt paving and compaction, road cleaning and maintenance as well as recycling.
BOMAG, world leader in the compaction technology market and part of the FAYAT group, produces cutting-edge equipment features and road machinery within its 5 production sites around the world (examples: soil, asphalt and waste compactors, stabilizers, milling machines, etc.)
More information on: https://roadequipment.fayat.com/
We are offering a challenging internship for 18 months via VIE (French International Postgraduate internship programme) . Conditions for position are set and agreed via Business France and V.I.E Program in France. Please make sure you match the criteria before apply.
More information here : https://mon-vie-via.businessfrance.fr/en
The successful candidate will work for the milling department within BOMAG.
As a part of the dedicated milling engineering team, you will be a member of a small powerful project group consisting of software engineers, electrical engineers, and mechanical engineers. In this working environment interdisciplinary interactions are highly needed. In your daily work you will cooperate with your colleagues in India and Scandinavia as well.
The main project is about set-up a new display software on a milling machine.
After a period of onboarding and training, you will be integrated on every step of the project.
This includes the following ones:
- Software programming for the HMI of various machines in the fleet at different levels of project progress (programming / validation / prototyping / implementation / go to market)
- Adaptation of developments and programming according to the typologies of machines and the technical functionalities required for each of them
You will ensure the operational follow-up of the project: pre-production tests and computer acceptance, debugging and solving problems, arbitration and modifications following feedback from the field, software maintenance, etc