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An interview with John Yurtin, manager of data connectivity programs for Delphi Electrical/Electronic Architecture

By Bob Weed, Copper Development Association (CDA) Vice President and OEM

I interviewed John Yurtin, manager of data connectivity programs for Delphi Electrical/Electronic Architecture at the SAE 2013 World Congress in Detroit.

John talks about the increasing demand for high speed data products in vehicles.  He says consumers want to stay connected to the outside world. Automakers and suppliers are meeting those demands with high speed connections to serve a variety of communication needs and the infrastructure to make them work.

What’s key to making these connections? Copper — the metal with the highest connectivity — a crucial component in the high-tech vehicles of today and tomorrow.

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