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From an internship to first employment at SICK Mobilisis

Anđela Tunjić - Software Engineer

When I started my final year of studies at FOI, I was contacted by the HR Manager at SICK Mobilisis asking if I was interested in a student job. At that time, I had too many obligations with my studies, but we stayed in touch. Later, I applied for a student internship, which I completed in FLEET Management R&D team.

I was involved in full-stack development and testing. The team was open and friendly, and I learned a lot of new and interesting things. I continued to work in the same team until I graduated, after which I was offered a position in the Global Customer Projects team. A change of team and project, as well as learning new technology sounded challenging to me, but I quickly got the hang of it and adapted well. I had (and still have) excellent support from my colleagues, and the new project and learning new technology turned out to be dynamic and fun. I currently work in Frontend Development for the IoT platform Spotium.


Krunoslav Hrastić - Hardware Engineer

I studied at FER, majoring in electronics. To gain some work experience, I applied for a summer internship, and the faculty provided us with a list of potential employers. SICK Mobilisis’ business description piqued my interest the most, so I decided to apply. After an interview, I was selected for the internship.

I worked in a team with three other students. We created a new GPS locator, starting with drawing the schematic, to making the PCB and final device. I learned a lot, and the atmosphere was fun and dynamic, so I continued to work after the internship as much as my university duties allowed. During that time, I also wrote my final thesis in cooperation with mentors from SICK Mobilisis. After graduation (and a well-deserved summer vacation), I got a job as a Hardware Engineer in the AgriStick team.

During my student work, I participated in the SICK Solution Hackathon near Freiburg. The event lasted for three days, and our team developed a solution for baggage tracking at airports based on barcode scanning. The entire portfolio of SICK sensors and devices was available to us, and we met numerous people from all over the world.

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