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Connected Products - IoT

Amsterdam

Within our innovation practice, we try to find out how people will interact with new digital touch-points and services. Part of this journey is to explore new technologies to find out exactly how they work and how a specific technology can contribute to future interactions. We work with emerging technologies like augmented reality, IoT, conversational bots, AI, machine learning, face & object detection and Unity 3D to create great working prototypes that inspire.

Like to contribute?

This internship is about creating new prototypes like Smart Parking, Crowd Management, Smart Building or IoT on a manufacturing floor for Connected Products. A unit - part of Cognizant Digital Business - focusing on creating connected ecosystems by use of IoT.

In your internship, you will work with co-developers as well as students with different backgrounds like design, UX or data science.

As an intern, you will have the opportunity to work for major clients in a motivated and dynamic team. We offer you lots of freedom, plenty of space to contribute your own ideas and an internship allowance of € 500,- a month.

This is what you bring

You are looking for an internship that offers the opportunity to work with others within an appealing and creative environment. You have hands-on experience with relevant technologies and preferably enjoy programming and electronics at home in your spare time too.

Curious what students do as part of our innovation practice? Read more...

 

  • you are a fourth year vocational (HBO) student in a subject such as computer engineering, electronics or software development.
  • you are looking for a graduation project of at least ten to around 20 weeks.
  • you follow trends and developments in digital, you are very interested in innovation, IoT and related technologies.
  • you have a practical mindset combined with plenty of creativity and initiative.
  • You are proactive in communicating and cooperating within a team.
  • you have basic experience in electronics, IoT, hardware (like Arduino), and are skilled in Microsoft .NET, Python or Java programming.

The application process

  1. The interview
    In no time, you will receive a response from us, either to invite you for a coffee or to let you know that we will not further pursue your application. For your first meeting, we’ll invite you over to our office for an introduction. Usually, we then follow up with another meeting to get to know each other better.

  2. Screening and assessment
    In no time, you will receive a response from us, either to invite you for a coffee or to let you know that we will not further pursue your application. For your first meeting, we’ll invite you over to our office for an introduction. Usually, we then follow up with another meeting to get to know each other better.

  3. Internship contract and guidance
    If we like what we see and you decide to go for an internship at Mirabeau, we’ll discuss your project, goals and offer you an internship contract. We will ensure that you will receive proper guidance throughout the process. Feel free to call or email us for more information.

  4. Your first days
    All new joiners always start on the first working day of the month. You will be invited for an introduction day and a (virtual) tour of the company. This is a great way to quickly get to know Cognizant Digital Business and all your colleagues in an informal setting. We’ll stay right by your side throughout the first week, as the initial stage of an internship can make quite the impression.