Repairify Announces New asTech All-In-One for Diagnostics, Calibrations and Programming


Repairify™, a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries, LLC, on Oct. 19 introduced the new asTech All-in-One solution for local and remote automotive diagnostics, calibrations and programming to simplify the repair process.

The asTech All-in-One is a comprehensive tablet-based solution with both local and remote capabilities, allowing for OEM and OEM-compatible diagnostics, ADAS calibrations and programming on a vehicle.

As the most powerful solution of its kind available in the automotive repair market, the All-in-One features asTech’s broadest capabilities and OEM vehicle coverage, including those using the DOIP, CAN-FD and secure gateway protocols.

With the All-in-One, users can:

  • Scan using 1,000+ remote OEM and local OEM-compatible diagnostic tools
  • Conduct remote and local calibrations, initializations and parts programming
  • Access 400+ certified remote technicians
  • Access local OEM-compatible pre- and post-scan report

“The All-in-One provides an elegant, intuitive user interface, combined with a robust set of local and remote capabilities,” said Cris Hollingsworth, president of Repairify Global Holdings, Inc. “This solution is for the automotive repair shop that needs to be prepared for every potential circumstance where diagnostics, calibrations and programming are concerned.”

The All-in-One will be among the future of automotive repair solutions shown in the SEMA New Products Showcase (booth 31307), as well as Repairify’s main booth (31201), Nov. 1-4 in Upper South Hall.

Repairify will demonstrate its ADAS identification and calibrations capabilities at the SEMA Show ADAS Feature (booth 36007) during the show.

Attendees can also find Repairify during AAPEX/SEMA Show week at AAPEX Joe’s Garage (booth R8514).

Repairify Vice President of Training and Development Chris Chesney is speaking in three SEMA Education sessions.

Source: Repairify

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