Dr Chris Davies, Head of Technical Superiority, Autoglass
Autoglass has announced that it will be exhibiting at Fleet Live 2019, which takes place on October 8-9 at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
As well as the Royal Borough of Greenwich taking part in the Move UK project, many other fleets around the country are helping to develop new technologies. We look at five projects
Thatcham Research is urging the industry to collaborate to ensure the safe calibration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Autoglass announced the promotion of Jo Fryer, formerly head of leadership partnering, to people director.
The partnership will position Autoglass as the first point of call for all vehicle glass repair and replacement services to the entire Hertz UK fleet
Autoglass has launched a new integrated online tool with insurance partner Aviva, enabling Aviva customers to make a windscreen insurance claim.
Autoglass announced that Andy MacGregor has become the “first UK technician” to achieve the new IMI ADAS calibration accreditation.
Autoglass has launched a new voice assistant skill using Amazon’s Alexa enabling the technology to book appointments and make enquiries.
Autoglass hits back after Volvo recommends fleets use its technicians and windscreens to maintain vehicle safety standards.
Brake will run the free webinar, ‘Maintenance and mechanics – how safe are your vehicles?’, featuring talks from fleet professionals on November 8.
Autoglass has opened a further 14 new UK-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) calibration centres, and has confirmed 11 more this year.
More than 1,800 employees swam, cycled and ran at the annual Spirit of Belron event to help raise £970,000 for global charity partner Afrika Tikkun.
Autoglass has announced that it will showcase a range of products and services to the industry at Fleet Live on October 9-10.
Autoglass BodyRepair has agreed a new three-year contract with Covéa Insurance to provide mobile repair services.
Autoglass has announced the successful trial of the latest artificial intelligence AI to assist in windscreen repair.
Autoglass and QBE Insurance have announced an expanded three-year partnership.
Autoglass's specialist glazing team has signed a three-year national agreement with TCR UK, the UK's leading provider of ground support equipment, covering all major airports across the UK.
Nearly half of UK drivers (48%) are in favour of updating the standard MOT test to cover increasingly common driver assistance technologies.
Autoglass has unveiled a series of new technologies designed to improve its vehicle glass repair and replacement service for fleets, drivers and insurers.
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