In the rapidly-evolving technology landscape, connectivity refers to the interconnection of platforms, systems, and applications. Crane Connectivity Solutions (CCS), a division of Crane Payment Innovations, is a leader in intelligent system design, delivering comprehensive solutions in machine wireless connections, digital advertisement, mobile applications, cashless payment, and enterprise solutions. Leveraging the power of Crane Co.’s global network, CCS connects more than 1 million unattended machines, 400,000 cashless systems, and 30,000 digital advertisements to consumers worldwide.
We always encourage our associates to work together to foster a culture of collaboration and innovation with their colleagues across the globe. At Crane Connectivity Solutions, you will experience an inclusive culture with the support of over 2,000 associates working in one of our 15 offices across the world. Come and open a world of new experiences by joining Crane Connectivity as a Project Manager. This opportunity is located at our office in Kiev, Ukraine.
CPI is seeking a Linux System Engineer to join its team in the development of intelligent telemetry and cashless payment systems. The Linux System Engineer will primarily (and initially) be responsible for development and implementation of efficient BSP layer (bootloader, kernel, init, scripting, recovery, partitioning, etc…). This role will be also responsible for maintaining efficient build ecosystem (Gnu Make, Cmake, Yocto) to support Linux level development to be consistent within long time period and be integrated into common build ecosystem with applications supposed to be running over.
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