Key Talking Points
- SVI- implemented by the OE’s or dongle devices in legacy vehicles. Levels the playing field. Secure information. It’s the consumer’s choice.
- Right to Repair- delayed because of an injunction rumors
- ADAS standards- recalibration challenges, standards, and targets are often written prior to actually doing the work and how it will be implemented. Sensors age and degrade over time and the recalibration process will need to be changed.
- Dynamic recalibration in the future- increasing capacity of computer systems in vehicles.
- Perception systems- augmented sensory collections, future communication with roadside stations, and other vehicles. Control modules are the brain/spinal cord, sensors are your eyesight and touch.
- Exponential growth in software and application of software-
- Ethernet network- greater bandwidth, enables the data to be your personal profile preferences
- The consumers choice is made up with policies and technology
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Joe Registeris the vice president of emerging technologies within the technology and standards department of the Auto Care Association. In his role as vice president of emerging technologies, Register is responsible for bringing the aftermarket perspective to vehicle technology development as new technologies are designed and introduced to the marketplace. This includes working with his global counterparts in industry standards-setting organizations, such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and SAE International, to identify and address potential opportunities and threats that recent vehicle technology innovations create. Register joined the Auto Care Association’s technology department in 2016, serving as director, technology solutions, and brings more than two decades of industry knowledge and experience in data and information technologies to the association. In his role as director, Register oversaw initiatives that serve the entire aftermarket industry through the development of automotive solution designs, including the development of Auto Care standards such as iShop and Internet Parts Ordering (IPO). Additionally, Register has long been a passionate supporter of all the Auto Care standards, including the Aftermarket Catalog Exchange Standard (ACES) and Product Information Exchange Standard (PIES), part of the Vehicle Information Portal (VIP). Listen to Joe’s other episodes HERE