Hunter Engineering’s unmanned alignment inspection system, Quick Check DriveTM, has been approved by 12 leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including Toyota, Porsche, KIA, Hyundai, Volkswagen/Audi, Fiat Chrysler, and Lexus.
The report found that the global automotive crash test market will experience a compound annual growth of 6 percent between 2017 and 2021. Additionally, the report covers the growth prospect of the market in the next few years, including a briefing on the important vendors operating in the market.
“The hidden dangers” of technology and liability were presented in a panel with some of the industry’s most knowledgeable stakeholders including Todd Tracy, of the Tracy Law Firm which handled the acclaimed John Eagle Collision case which recently reached a $42 million verdict.
The panel, Scott Ulnick, chairman and managing principal of Ducker Worldwide, Matthew Doude, associate director for the Center for Advanced Vehicular Studies (CAVS) and Doug Richman, associate director of the Aluminum Association, touched on the some of the biggest trends to prepare for in the collision repair future.