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Advanced Technology & Diagnostic Repair Forum

Advanced Technology & Diagnostic Repair Forum

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.

Anyone impacting the collision repair industry is welcome, but those who need to attend this program include:

  • Collision Repairers
  • Executive and Management Staff from MSOs
  • Leadership of Independent Shops
  • Insurance Professionals
  • Technology Providers

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.

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