AAPEX Program Introduces Summit on Emerging Technology

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Sept. 21, 2017—The AAPEX 2017 Service Professionals Program will feature an all-new Service Professionals Summit, “Emerging Technology: How Will the Aftermarket Prepare?” The town hall style program will include an industry panel made up of an automotive repair shop owner, an automotive technician and an industry trainer who will share their perspectives on the image new technologies will have on the aftermarket.

The Summit panel will include: Ryan Clo, multi-shop owner, Dubwerx, Cincinnati, Ohio; Matt Fanslow, technician, Riverside Automotive, Red Wing, Minn.; and Dave Hobbs, lead technical trainer and program developer, Delphi. Carm Capriotto of Remarkable Results Radio Podcast will moderate the discussion on Nov. 2 from 5-6 p.m. at the Venetian.

For the first time, the Service Professionals Program will also include the Technology and Telematics Forum V5.0. The Congress of Automotive Repair and Service (CARS)—sponsored by the Automotive Service Association (ASA)—and the Auto Alliance will present the forum from 9 a.m. to noon on Nov. 2.

In addition, AVI and ASA will offer their management and advanced diagnostic training during AAPEX. Sessions will include: Leveraging Technology to Streamline Diagnosis and Repair (offered twice); Future Power: Battery & Stop/Start Technology (offered twice); Diagnosing Today and Tomorrow’s Turbos (offered twice); Motorists Want Their Car Fixed the Same Day-Reality or Myth? And Heat Exchange Products and Services for Automotive and Truck Aftermarket Personnel.  


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