Opus IVS Achieves 100+ Patents Pending

Opus IVS Achieves 100+ Patents Pending

The company will demonstrate its patented technologies at the 2023 SEMA Show.

Opus IVS, a provider of integrated diagnostic, remote programming and calibration solutions, has filed patent applications that push its pending patent tally beyond 100. This achievement underscores the firm’s dedication to fostering innovation and delivering solutions to stakeholders in the vehicle diagnostics and repair sector, including OEMs, multi-site operators (MSOs), insurers and both mechanical and collision repairers.

“In just 15 years, our collective companies, including Drew Technologies, Autologic, AutoEnginuity, Farsight, Bluelink, and Auto Techcelerators, have together approached a count of 100 pending patents,” said Brian Herron, CEO of Opus IVS. “It demonstrates our relentless endeavor to reshape the industry with cutting-edge technologies and solutions that boost efficiency, connectivity, and diagnostic accessibility.”

The company has extended an invitation to industry professionals and the media to see its patented technologies firsthand at the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas from October 31 to November 3. Attendees are encouraged to visit booth #31131 in the South Upper Hall for demonstrations and an introduction to the company’s products.

A division of the Opus Group, Opus IVS amalgamates the capabilities of DrewTech, Autologic, Farsight and others to devise automotive remedies for over 65,000 repair shops and dealerships worldwide.

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