Kim Cottle, CEO, and Gary Mackey, vice president of sales, present Associated Equipment product information at the ETI 2014 Product Showcase.
Bryan Herron presents technology from Drew Technologies.
Peter Richardson, right, and Douglas Bortz of Car-O-Liner display PointX, a diagnostic measuring tool that offers quick and accurate damage analysis measuring.
Christoffer Weber, vice president of Wiretronic, explains the company's specialized diagnostic tools and connectors during a press conference.
Rick Miali of Innova, left, welcomes Gangolf Feiter of Concepts & Services Consulting at ETI's 2014 Tool Tech Product Showcase.
Alan Kenner presents Autometer tools at ETI's 2014 Tool Tech Product Showcase.
Dave Spinney, left, and Jim Chen of ATEQ Corp. display their new VT56 Diagnostic TPMS tool. The VT56 is a fully updateable, universal TPMS tool, designed to activate all TPMS sensors and store the sensor data. The VT56 is equipped with WIFI and Bluetooth and even has a bar code scanner, which allows the user to scan the VIN.
Chuck Abbott, vice president of sales at UVIEW, presents the Spotgun, UVIEW's Dye Injection Gun.
A shop owner/technician panel discusses the connected car and new diagnostic technologies, their struggle to access repair information and tool support, as well as telematics and how it will impact their business.
Outgoing ETI board president Ben Johnson hands the gavel to the new president, Neil Davis at ToolTech 2014.
ETI Executive Manager Charlie Gorman welcomes the membership to ToolTech 2014.
Greg Potter of DG Technologies, left, welcomes Charlie Gorman of ETI to his booth at the 2014 Tool Tech Product Showcase.
The Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) annual ToolTech conference continues to be the premiere tool and equipment industry event, drawing more than 130 professionals from over 40 companies and four major automotive industry associations to this year’s ToolTech 2014 in Sonoma, Calif.
There were presentations covering telematics specifications and legislation; social media, collision repair, OEM training as well as panel discussions featuring working technicians, vehicle manufacturer representatives and national account service providers.
ToolTech 2014 Presentations are available on ETI’s website, www.etools.org.
Members were given the opportunity to present their new products to the press and engage in private one-on-on-one meetings with individuals and companies of interest.
“ToolTech 2014 was one of the best attended and most informative events ETI has put on. The speakers were outstanding and the information relayed was very valuable to our members as were the many networking opportunities,” said Jessie Korosec, ETI meeting and event manager. “Once again, the discussion groups were a success and the company showcase was an excellent platform to highlight products and services. We would like to thank the attendees for their support and we look forward to seeing everyone at next year’s ToolTech in Austin, Texas.”.
For more details about ETI programs and activities, contact Jessie Korosec at 248-656-5085; e-mail: email@example.com.