Charlie Gorman, executive director of the Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI) and chair of the NASTF board of directors, will discuss the role telematics is playing in service efficiency and the consumer’s choice of service facility at the NASTF Spring General Meeting next month.
In his presentation, titled “Why Automakers Should Support Aftermarket Telematics,” Gorman will present survey results from shop owners and offer his insight into telematics in the world of the automaker. Gorman contends that the best telematic solutions in the future may come from open-market development.
The NASTF Spring General Meeting is scheduled for 1:00 to 4:30 pm on Friday, March 8. It will be held in conjunction with VISION2013 at the Overland Park Convention Center near Kansas City. There is no charge to attend the NASTF meeting, but there is a fee to register for other educational sessions at the VISION conference. Click here for more information or to register for VISION.
The agenda for the NASTF Spring General Meeting is available here.
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