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Artificial intelligence (AI) isn’t just a vision for the future---it’s here now, and as it becomes more prevalent in the collision repair industry, auto body shops need to prepare to navigate its integration into various technologies, or risk being left behind.

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I was writing an email to one of my collision repair clients recently, and used Google to try to find a different term for “waste of time.”

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As a child, Peter Reszczynski recalls often spending time at an auto body shop located on the northwest side of Chicago.

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I-CAR is seeking help from collision repairers as it reviews OEM safety inspections related to secondary restraint systems (SRS).

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Many painters are content when they’re able to get their work done on time while keeping the quality high, but that’s just the beginning for Miguel Perez, head painter and manager at Extreme Paint Shop, a division of Extreme Performance in South Florida.

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Matt Moore of the insurer-funded Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) offered some insights into the impact auto-emergency braking (AEB) could have on the frequency and severity of front-end crashes in the coming years, during his presentation at the recent Women’s Industry Network (WIN) virtual conference.

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When I started covering the collision repair industry 15 years ago, I was writing for an automotive publication where the editor didn’t like pets or animals in general.

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PartsTrader’s Greg Horn said in May his company isn’t seeing any significant disruption in crash parts availability based on the global microchip shortage, which is impacting new vehicle production.

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Telematics, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and OEM repair procedures are all predicted to significantly impact the way vehicles are repaired in the future, according to Jake Rodenroth, director of OEM and industry technical relations for asTech.

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The recent ASA X50 Conference & Expo offered more than 50 live training sessions, including five classes specific to collision repair professionals.