Opus IVS, a global diagnostics, ADAS calibration, programming and on-demand remote expert support provider, announced its latest release DriveSafe™ Diagnostics.
With the latest software upgrade, key productivity enhancements include the IVSMap Vehicle Blueprint and related invoicing automatically transferring to the CCC work file. The new functionality presents ADAS calibration requirements both on-screen in the diagnostic tool and uploads the results into the CCC work file for the vehicle, the company says. An on-screen diagnostic tool checklist also provides guidance and documentation that critical calibrations are completed before the post scan runs.
“Our customers have provided feedback, and we’ve listened. This new release brings awareness to calibrations required while streamlining and reducing errors in ADAS calibrations for the collision shop” said Brian Herron, CEO of Opus IVS. “Having a diagnostic tool with a vibrant display at the vehicle, paired with this new capability gives everything needed to get the vehicle back in the hands of the vehicle owner after a correct repair. This is becoming increasingly difficult with the exploding complexity of vehicle safety systems. Now, for the first time, shops can ensure, document and invoice the full repair process.”
Opus IVS says it will showcase this new capability and many other new product offerings at this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show to run November 1-4 in Las Vegas, at booth 31095 in the South Upper Hall.
For more information, visit Opusivs.com