The Collision Indiustry Conference (CIC) announced the agenda for its virtual meeting, Nov. 10-11 on the Zoom platform.
Pre-registration is required. The CIC participants shall follow the published Participant Guidelines for in-person meetings, found here.
Instructions will be given by the chairman at the beginning of each session.
Day 1: Nov. 10 (all times Eastern Time Zone)
11 a.m.---Jeff Peevy offers the CIC chairman welcome.
11:15 a.m.---Chuck Olsen and Bob Augustine of the Emerging Technology Committee will go into detail on the many aspects of coding, programming and initialization of the modern vehicle.
12:15 p.m.---Darrell Amberson and Chuck Olsen of the Emerging Technologies Committee will continue the CIECA Workflow discussion by presenting details of the work between the CIC committee and CIECA.
12:45 p.m.---Nick Notte of I-CAR will respond to requests to develop a new ADAS technician role.
1:00 p.m.---Q & A and Open Mic: Attendees will be able to raise their hand, chat ask questions and offer comments they feel need to be brought forward. These will be read during this time, if they do not violate anti-trust laws, and others may be able to respond through texting or by raising their virtual hand to address verbally. This will be managed in the order the inquiries are received.
1:30 p.m.---David Willett and Winston Cover of the Education & Talent Pool Committee will discusses work around the one thing that if changed could make the biggest impact to our industry---talent pool challenges.
2 p.m.---Bob Redding and Darrell Amberson of the Governmental Committee will provide an update on the various legislative efforts across the country.
2:40 p.m.---Q & A and Open Mic
2:55 p.m.---Jeff Peevy will offer closing comments.
3 p.m.---Adjourn Day 1 Meeting
Day 2: Nov. 11 (all times Eastern Time Zone)
11 a.m.---Jeff Peevy will offer opening comments.
11:10 a.m.---Jim Keller and Mark Allen of the Industry Relations Committee will discuss “The Pandemic, Lessons Learned and How Might Our Business Models Look Different in the Future."
12:05 p.m.---Dan Risley and Trent Tinsley of the Data Access, Privacy & Security Committee will host a panel discussion regarding the Collision Industry Data Protection and Sharing "Golden Rules." Following the discussion, the "Golden Rules" will be presented for a formal vote. It is important to note that anyone in attendance is allowed to participate and the committee encourages any interested party to attend, cast their vote and let their voice be heard. Passage of the rules by those attending the virtual CIC would formalize the “Golden Rules” as an official CIC work product.
12:35 p.m.---Q & A and Open Mic
1:05 p.m.---Jason Bartanen of the Emerging Technology Committee will make a special taskforce presentation, giving an update and best practice suggestions on steering column inspections. At the July CIC meeting, steering column inspection issues were discussed; feedback is needed from CIC on suggested best practices before we present our findings and requests to the OEMs.
1:30 p.m.---Frank Terlep and Jake Rodenroth of the Future Disruptions Committee will lead a panel discussion on how EVs will disrupt the collision industry. Panelists include Mark Allen of Audi, Andy MacDonald of Lucid, Kelly Logan of Rivian and Mark Zoba of Nissan. The committee will present how electric vehicles will affect the collision industry.
2:20 p.m.---Q & A and Open Mic
2:40 p.m.---Jeff Peevy will make CIC announcements and closing comments.
3 p.m.---Adjourn Meeting