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The new Boeing Aerospace & Autonomy Center advances the development of next-generation aircraft and the enabling technologies that allow for safe, autonomous flight. Boeing subsidiary, Aurora Flight Sciences, operates the center. Boeing and Aurora engineers moved into the facility in Cambridge, MA in summer 2022.
Aurora Flight Sciences is now hiring engineers at the Boeing Aerospace & Autonomy Center. Our team is relentless, talented, and focused on producing the most innovative aerospace technologies possible. We are looking for people just as energetic, innovative, and excited about building the future of aerospace as we are. If you join Aurora, you will:
From advanced decision-making algorithms, to human-machine interaction design, to cutting edge machine learning applications, we are working across disciplines and beyond the boundaries of traditional aerospace engineering.
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