Engineering at Pico


Pico's Hardware development engineers have a passion for developing cutting-edge products within the test & measurement and automotive arenas. They love to explore exciting technologies such as digital, analogue, FPGA hardware, and firmware, engaging in various tasks such work as:

  • Conducting research into new concepts/techniques

  • Defining and implementing innovative hardware designs

  • Performing analysis as required to ensure your the reliability and robustness of our designs

  • Collaborating with the team to provide support to other specialists

  • Writing and reviewing design and verification documents

  • Overseeing the transition of your designs into volume production

  • Having the opportunity to shape our development processes

  • Ensuring compliance with relevant regulatory standards e.g. EMC, LVD, and RoHS

At Pico we thrive on innovation and creativity, that’s why all our development teams have allocated ‘blue sky time’ where you can work on inspirational projects, either individually or as part of a team. 

Hardware Engineering at Pico


Picos software teams work on a wide variety of projects across a broad tech stack. Our in-house software (PicoScope) is used to view and analyse signals from our range of real time oscilloscopes. Our software developers are problem solvers who don’t just stick to what they know, they solve difficult problems by using the most appropriate solution, including: 

  • C#, C++, .Net4.7, Mono, Cocoa, WPF, Gtk#

  • TeamCity, Azure, DevOps

  • Typescript, Angular, Waveform Library

Like our Hardware teams, the Software teams have ‘blue sky time’ where they can work on inspirational projects within the work week. 

Software Engineering at Pico

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Pico Technology
James House, Colmworth Business Park,
St Neots, Cambridgeshire,
PE19 8YP
United Kingdom