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Internship Computer Science - Media path simulation

Posted 13 Jul 2024
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English (Fluent)
Dutch (Fluent)

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Canon Production Printing R&D develops new products for the graphics arts market. The department for this assignment is working on Wide Format printers, like the Colorado Roll2Roll and Arizona Flatbed:

Development is done against several levels of simulation. As a software engineer the first simulation you use is the Software In Loop (SIL) simulation. This supports a lot of low level behavior and devices, and allows the implementation of functional behavior needed for verification. Details from this simulated behavior can be analyzed by looking at the device logging or graphs of simulation parameters.

Device logging should not be filled with all the minute details and simulation parameters show partial data that needs a lot of interpretation to understand what is happening.

To provide all engineers with the right overview graphical views are created to show the machine and media state. As the function Media Handling we are in need of an update to the media path simulation to support the requirements of the current printer being developed:

  • An updated view to reflect the printer being developed
  • Combined functionalities of existing simulators for previous printers
  • Additional functionalities that will be further specified under NDA.

The Media Handling function is a multidisciplinary team with Functional Designers, Mechanical -, Electrical -, Mechatronics - and Software Engineers. The function currently has 3 software engineers and the projects has 24 software engineers in total.

Keywords: C++, UML, Scrum, XML, XSL, Eclipse

About Canon Production Printing

Canon Production Printing develops and manufactures high-tech printing products and workflow software for the commercial printing market and is part of Canon, a global provider of imaging technologies and services. Canon Production Printing operates on three continents, with approximately 3300 employees (end 2022) and has its global headquarters in Venlo, the Netherlands.

Canon Production Printing develops and manufactures high-tech printing products and workflow software for the commercial printing market. The product offering includes continuous-feed and cut-sheet printers for high-volume printing and publishing, and large-format printers for display graphics and CAD/GIS applications.
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Manufacturing
Venlo
1,700 employees