The tablet-based solution for local and remote diagnostics, calibrations and programming will be available June 12.
It helps repairers affirm OEM and OEM-compatible scans for insurance carrier reimbursement.
asTech is now a preferred diagnostic scanning provider for collision centers participating in Allstate’s Good Hands Repair Network.
The asTech Mini delivers the functionality of thousands of OEM scan tools in a powerful, pocket-sized device, company says.
One of the most notable new offerings is asTech’s patented diagnostic Rules Engine, now enhanced with the ability to customize.
The product portfolio includes asTech Connect, a remote diagnostics system providing remote vehicle diagnosis.
The program enables Driven Brands’ network of automotive collision repair centers to access the full suite of asTech solutions for the highest-quality and precision repairs.
asTech customers can expect to see OEM tool reports available with their pre- and post-scan results beginning this October.
The asTech team has been able to identify when an aftermarket tool can be safely used and has incorporated this insight into its diagnostic process.
This week, asTech will begin rolling out to customers Connect by asTech, a fresh, user-friendly update to its app.
The patented system uses remote automotive diagnostics to help ASE techs determine proper tooling and diagnosis.
Red is a leading distributor of aftermarket electronic devices designed to run diagnostic tests and calibration services.