Greg Brannon, director of automotive engineering and industry relations of AAA, will present his organization’s perspective on connecting with AAA’s 53 million members and their vehicles at the Fall 2013 General Meeting of the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013.
“NASTF members represent a broad range of perspectives and needs related to connected vehicles, and I look forward to engaging the NASTF in discussion of the future of connected vehicles and implications for consumers,” said Brannon.
This presentation will include:
- Emerging technologies of the connected vehicle.
- The implications for consumers and the aftermarket of vehicle-generated data.
- Consumer understanding of related risks/opportunities.
- Evolving trends and practices of AAA’s approved auto repair network.
The NASTF Fall General Meeting will be held from 1 p.m. to 4:30 pm in the Casanova Room 605 at the Sands Expo/Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, during the AAPEX/SEMA trade shows. Other topics on the NASTF meeting agenda Nov. 6 include counterfeit tools, information needs of collision techs, vehicle security, OEM tools and education resources.
NASTF general meetings are free to attend and no preregistration with NASTF is necessary. However, registration for the AAPEX/SEMA trade shows is highly recommended. To register for a show badge, visit www.aapexshow.com.
The entire NASTF Fall 2013 General Meeting will be webcast live on www.nastf.org for NASTF
supporters unable to attend in-person. Most presentations will be recorded.
NASTF's fall meeting to address the counterfeit scan tools issue and provide OEMs a perspective on the topic.
National Automotive Service Task Force to hold general meeting Nov. 6, 2013 during AAPEX/SEMA shows in Las Vegas
NASTF to continue its 'connect techs and OEMs' theme.