• “Drivers for change.”

    David Willner, Research & Development

Research & Development

Development Engineer Data Networks

Sensor- and camera-controlled autonomous vehicles place very high demands on in-vehicle data communications. Cable harnesses directly influence real-time capabilities, transmission rates and reliability. Since 2018, David Willner has worked at LEONI as a Data Networks Developer with the latest communication technologies and vehicle architectures of the future.

“After my degree, LEONI gave me a head start in a promising and challenging career. From the outset, I was able to take responsibility, help to decide the topics we would work on and pursue my own ideas. For this, LEONI offers an optimal framework for organising projects in a reasonable way with no restrictions. Since we work directly with leading carmakers, this gives me the feeling that my work really does make a difference.

Just two months after graduating, I was already running my first project – with my own development schedule, budget planning and contributions from other project members. My work also involves pre-inspections of cable harnesses and components, where I determine high-frequency characteristics by performing measurements in our electronics lab, for example. I’m also involved in developing validation methods for the data wiring system, so as to ensure a maximum level of safety for autonomous driving applications.

For me, LEONI’s focus on innovation and development is what makes it attractive as a company. As I result, I am now part of an entirely new team, where I’m helping to chart LEONI’s new course – and with some topics that are still cutting-edge.”

“After my degree, LEONI gave me a head start in a promising and challenging career. From the outset, I was able to take responsibility, help to decide the topics we would work on and pursue my own ideas. For this, LEONI offers an optimal framework for organising projects in a reasonable way with no restrictions. Since we work directly with leading carmakers, this gives me the feeling that my work really does make a difference.

Just two months after graduating, I was already running my first project – with my own development schedule, budget planning and contributions from other project members. My work also involves pre-inspections of cable harnesses and components, where I determine high-frequency characteristics by performing measurements in our electronics lab, for example. I’m also involved in developing validation methods for the data wiring system, so as to ensure a maximum level of safety for autonomous driving applications.

For me, LEONI’s focus on innovation and development is what makes it attractive as a company. As I result, I am now part of an entirely new team, where I’m helping to chart LEONI’s new course – and with some topics that are still cutting-edge.”


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