I-CAR/RTS ADAS Webinars

I-CAR and the I-CAR Repairability Technical Support (RTS) team put together a series of live webinars that discuss aspects of today’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and what the industry needs to know. These informative and fun webinars are sure to educate and entertain. In case you missed them; we put the videos of the webinars on the RTS website for easy access.

The webinars feature:

  • Scott VanHulle, I-CAR Manager of RTS and OEM Technical Relations
  • Jeffrey Poole, I-CAR Subject Matter Expert
  • Bud Center, I-CAR Manager of Technical Research and Development

In addition, there are sometimes expert guests that join to dive deeper into ADAS. The webinars also feature a question and answer segment where questions are answered live.

I-CAR has an ADAS Resources webpage that contains all of the I-CAR/RTS ADAS webinars, as well as other great ADAS related information.

Additional I-CAR Collision Repair News you may find helpful:
ADAS, Calibration, And Scanning Article Hotspot
I-CAR/RTS Webinar: ADAS And OEM Service Information
I-CAR/RTS Webinar: Diagnostic Steps For A Failed ADAS Calibration
I-CAR/RTS Webinar: Get Your Shop Ready! Be Prepared For ADAS Repairs
I-CAR/RTS Webinar: What’s The Fuss About? All Things ADAS
I-CAR/RTS Webinar: Where To Begin Understanding ADAS?


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