The Advanced Technology & Diagnostic Repair Forum is the leading program in the collision industry focusing on advanced automotive technology that is redefining the scope of a proper repair after the vehicle was involved in an accident. Sensors, cameras, accident avoidance systems, and wireless communications are just some examples of new tech that affects repairs. Car manufacturers, insurers, repairers, and technology companies are driving the content which makes this the most comprehensive and relevant program of its kind.
Attendees will learn about the technology in today’s vehicle with a look towards the next 12-36 months. The business is changing rapidly, which is forcing everyone to reevaluate training, equipment, and interaction with customers.
Here is the agenda for the event
Anyone impacting the collision repair industry is welcome, but those who need to attend this program include:
The ATDR Forum will have a private networking breakfast and mid-morning break. You won’t want to miss this important and exclusive annual event.REGISTER NOW
Political discussions in the United States these days are more intriguing than ever as senators and congressmen attempt to push their agendas and work with a non-traditional presidential administration intent on shaking up the status quo.
In this session, Bob Redding of ASA breaks down the happenings in Washington D.C. and outlines key legislative issues impacting parts distributors and shops. Topics range from how federal and state governments may address connected cars, automated vehicles, cybersecurity, federal vs. state regulation of insurance and how federal and state policymakers function in the same issue areas.
The MSO Symposium will now be co-located with NACE Automechanika in Chicago on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017. The merger of these two events provides an even larger global audience of key decision makers with more reasons to attend this expanded opportunity for knowledge & networking. Here is the agenda for this event.
The MSO Symposium is attended by dynamic, high-growth executives from MSO including ABRA, Caliber, Gerber, CARSTAR, Fix Auto, Service King and others, owners of large independent repair shops, and insurance professionals. These major stakeholders represent thousands of the largest collision shops Globally and Tens of Millions in annual purchases!
The MSO Symposium is exclusively open only to people within these categories, with the exception of the very limited number of industry sponsors allowed to participate.REGISTER NOW
With the recent increase in post repair inspection businesses, it is more important than ever to produce quality repairs. Are you confident that your shop would pass an intensive quality control inspection? Operating without a QC program is like driving without insurance - and the consequences are costly. This session will discuss: