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SCRS Repairer Driven Education: RD000-Industry Issue Session: Is New Vehicle Technology Endangering Your Business?
When:October 30, 2012 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
Where:Las Vegas Convention Center, N262-264
SCRS REPAIRER DRIVEN EDUCATION (RDE) series will feature seminar offerings. Each of the courses has been individually selected or crafted by SCRS because the content specifically focuses on issues and information that are relevant to collision repair professionals operating in today’s marketplace, and appeals to the diverse array of marketplace perspectives that exist within the collision repair industry.
RD000 - Is New Vehicle Technology Endangering Your Business?
Mr. Kim Hazelbaker, Senior Vice President, Highway Loss Data Institute
According to some in the popular press, the age of autonomous vehicles is almost here and they promise a crash-free future. Are self driving cars really that close and what will that mean for repairers? Kim Hazelbaker takes a look at the current state of vehicle safety, both crashworthiness and crash avoidance technologies. Through extensive use of crash test video and real world results Mr. Hazelbaker will outline what state of the art in safety is today and how it is rapidly changing. Using timelines for the adoption of other automotive technologies he will suggest what the pace of change may be in the future. If you are concerned about how crash avoidance could potentially decrease the amount of repair work entering into the market, you won’t want to miss this interesting and informative update on vehicle safety technology
Click here to register for the SCRS Repairer Driven Education courses.
For more information, visit the SCRS RDE website.