Areo is looking for great coders who want to build the building information software of the future.
Areo will change the way the world use, operate and maintain the built environment. We do so by helping building owners and operators utilise information in asset information models (AIMs). AIMs combine geometric data, structured data and documents. This means handling large amounts of interconnected data for a diverse set of use cases. We utilise the latest technologies and innovations to constantly improve our products. For an overview of what we currently do, take a look at our homepage. This is just the beginning. We have lots of exciting items on the roadmap.
As an Areo developer you will be part of our core development team to deliver new features while making sure the product is fast, reliable and easy to use.
Creating features at Areo begins with a lot of prototyping and iteration to explore the problem space. We then implement the solution with accompanying tests. If nothing breaks we ship it. This require high attention to quality, data integrity and security.
Our core team is located in Oslo, Norway and we are planning to grow a distributed team.
If you are the right candidate this is a great time to join us as the journey has just begun.
Some of our main challenges are related to 3D visualization, maps/GIS, search, security, distributed systems, sensors/IoT, integrations and big data analytics. We are also pushing the edges of what can be done with web technologies in our hybrid mobile apps. As an early Areo developer you will be challenged with most of these topics. You will also have an opportunity to specialize on any of those according to what interests you most.
For us it is more important that you are the right person with the right attitude than having the “correct background”. Formal education and relevant experience is great, but can be compensated for if you are a quick learner.
If we think you may be a good fit for Areo we will be in touch and propose an informal meeting either in our offices or as a web meeting. Then we will take it from there.