Careers & Internships

Full-time Benefits

  • 4 Weeks PTO, 9 Stat Holidays
  • Annual Educational/Conference Budget
  • QSEHRA + HSA contribution
  • Metrics Driven Quarterly Bonus Program

Online Application

We are a full-service industrial machine vision integrator with a primary focus on PC-based systems serving NC, SC, and VA. We integrate a full suite of vision technologies including Cognex products and MvTec Halcon and provide industrial vision solutions for inspection, identification, guidance, 3D vision, and image-based deep learning.

Strategically Agile and Tactically Flexible Teams
We are seeking to build 4 person cross-trained units that execute projects from start to finish. Although, your educational background may be focused in a single discipline of engineering, physics, applied math, computer science, etc, a resourceful individual that is seeking to be a continuous learner will enjoy the challenges we have to offer.

If you're looking to run your game at a higher level, expand your skillsets, and work with a small, committed team that wants to rise above the status quo, consider applying to a position with us.

This temp position is open to any current FRC or FTC high school robo club members and CS/Eng/Math university students located in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area.

As deep learning projects come up, we reach out to a list of candidates that wish to participate. You will be provided training and 500 - 2500 images to process within a 2-3 week window. Process as many as you would like, with a minimum of 250 images. Batch sizes range from 250 - 500 images.

Processing images

  • Review the image for features or anomalies
  • Draw an ROI around the feature
  • Paint the feature
  • Choose a descriptor from a list that best identifies the feature or anomaly


Key Requirements

  • Attention to Detail
  • Ability and bandwidth to meet the work requirements window
  • Signed NDA



  • Paid per image, median processing time works out to ~15/hr.
  • Individuals that are faster will earn more, those will average out to less per hour.

Per state mandate on piece work:

  • Average hourly rate can not be below minimum wage
  • More than 40 hours clocked in a single week, will be subject to overtime rules