Registration Now Open For ToolTech 2015 -

Registration Now Open For ToolTech 2015

The Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI) is hosting its ToolTech 2015 event April 13-16 at the Radisson Hotel and Suites in Downtown Austin, Texas. This year's theme is "The Connected Vehicle: Opportunities and Challenges."

The Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI) is hosting its ToolTech 2015 event April 13-16 at the Radisson Hotel and Suites in Downtown Austin, Texas. This year’s theme is “The Connected Vehicle: Opportunities and Challenges.”

Information and technology play a key role in the ever-changing automotive repair industry, affecting the future of tool and equipment companies in significant ways. Today, high-speed communication links connect vehicles with the automobile manufacturers, their repair facilities, service/customer support and consumers. This evolving technology requires new and more complex tools and equipment not only to improve current diagnostic methods, but to develop new ones as well. How will this evolution affect your business? How will the connected vehicle influence the products you design and market in the near and distant future? How will the aftermarket repair facilities compete and interact with this new technology?

ETI’s ToolTech 2015 will inform attendees about the connected car evolution through speaker presentations, discussion groups, networking and other dialogue, and it also will provide a forum to explore and address opportunities and challenges within today’s automotive aftermarket. ETI’s ToolTech event will provide attendees with an opportunity to engage in productive discussions, exchange useful information on a variety of topics and issues, and network with industry insiders and peers through:

• Speakers and panel presentations
• Discussion groups
• One-on-One meetings
• Company spotlights
• Press conferences
• ETI Business meeting
• Networking events

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