The future is here.
IS YOUR WORKSHOP READY?
Today’s vehicles are changing the game for those in the mechanical service and repair and collision repair sectors, and technology is moving ahead at break-neck speed.
If you want to succeed, business owners must understand what the new age requires. You must make good decisions about what you will specialise in and how you will evolve. You must identify the skills, equipment and technology you need to make your planned evolution a reality.
The AAAExpo’s Workshop of the Future Pavilion has been designed to help you future-proof your business, by showcasing the hot topics with presentations from industry experts, and the latest state-of-the-art technology and equipment – free of charge to AAAExpo visitors.
What can you expect?
ü The information you need to make smart decisions for your business
ü Access to the latest state-of-the-art technology and equipment
ü Presentations from industry experts
ü Your questions answered with impartial advice, no sales pitches
ü 225 square metres of pavilion floor space featuring dynamic displays
ü Tiered seating: every seat is the best seat in the house
ü Free access for Expo attendees (registration is required)
What will you learn about?
ü Workshop management systems
ü Future vehicles, including EV/alternative fuel repair techniques and workshop equipment
ü Vehicle calibration and ADAS equipment
ü Diagnostics and tooling, including J2534 pass through technology
ü The customer experience
ü Running your business and being ready to work on EVs
ü Emerging skill and equipment requirements
WORKSHOP OF THE FUTURE TOPICS & SESSIONS
PRESENTED AT THE 2022 Expo:
The Customer Experience – covering customer connectivity – Peter Rogers
Running My Workshop – covering, getting EV ready and EV accreditation – Lesley Yates
Working on Vehicles of the Future – covering mindset, process, and technical capability – Jeff Smit
Workshop Equipment and Pass-Through Technology – covering skills and equipment – Brendan Sorensen
Working with ADAS Technology – covering vehicle calibration – Darren Todd