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Stoneridge appoints Troy Cooprider as new CTO on

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  • Stoneridge, Inc. has appointed Troy Cooprider as its new chief technology officer.
  • Cooprider brings over three decades of experience in the automotive electronics industry.

Stoneridge, Inc., a global designer and manufacturer in the automotive sector, has named Troy Cooprider as its new chief technology officer. Cooprider, who previously served as the vice president of global technology at Stoneridge, will be responsible for defining the company’s technology and product direction, leading the global engineering team, and driving innovation and growth.

Cooprider has more than thirty years of experience in the automotive electronics industry, with a background in developing next-generation electronics systems. Prior to joining Stoneridge, he held the position of executive director of engineering at Aptiv, where he led global product development and launched various electronics and safety products. Cooprider holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Stoneridge’s president and CEO, Jim Zizelman, expressed confidence in Cooprider’s ability to advance the company’s technology, citing his track record of bringing advanced technologies to market. Under Cooprider’s leadership, Stoneridge has filed over 30 patent applications, demonstrating the company’s commitment to innovation in safe and efficient mobility solutions.

Headquartered in Novi, Michigan, Stoneridge specializes in electrical and electronic systems, components, and modules for various vehicles in the automotive, commercial, off-highway, and agricultural markets.

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