To help professional technicians navigate the features and functionality of the new ZEUS platform (EEMS342) with exclusive Intelligent Diagnostics software, Snap-on has added 14 Training Solutions videos to its website, which can be viewed free-of-charge.
TRICO’s latest initiative to place preemptive vehicle maintenance top-of-mind, the "Defensive Driving 101" video series and campaign, has garnered more than 1.3 million views on Facebook and YouTube since its launch this summer.
The web-based turnkey system offers end-to-end network management features never before available in one system including tools such as 24/7/365 review and audit of all network members’ proof of compliance, on-demand and consumer awareness marketing, direct communications ability to shops and consumers, and much more.
Auto parts manufacturer Mahle Behr tested a new robotic cycle counting solution, working with digital supply chain solution provider Surgere and Fetch Robotics to test the system at its Dayton, Ohio, facility.
DENSO focuses on developing technologies for safer, more comfortable and convenient mobility. Simulators at DENSO’s CES booth will show how core connected and automated drive technologies, and the concept of shared mobility deliver on this promise.
Key features of the update include more 2016 coverage, new applications for Steelman PRO Wi-Fi video scope and Bluetooth CHASSISEAR integration and added coverage for 976 new systems and 1,843 new Vehicle-ECU Combinations.
AAPEX 2017 demonstrated beyond a doubt that the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket is a high-tech industry being reshaped by the many new products, technologies and services that enable mobility and connectivity.
Government Regulatory Compliance, LLC., a consulting firm in Reno, Nev., announced that they will evaluate a new e-Commerce risk rating system as a secondary screening measure for vendors, lenders and insurers in the automotive aftermarket, including body shops, car dealerships, their vendors and insurance partners.
The rise of online fraud has outpaced regulations to combat it, especially in the auto parts industry, so it’s important to maintain a good reputation and to authenticate transactions and protect customers.
CarFix will issue Vehicle Lifecycle Blockchain tokens to establish reliable repair records and price information, allowing for secure transactions among customers, dealerships, insurance companies and the automotive repair industry.