ETI’s Charlie Gorman will cover telematics at NASTF meeting

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Telematics is the science to transmit vehicle data over long distances, and the technology is playing a quickly-expanding role in service efficiency and the consumer’s choice of service facility. Charlie Gorman, executive director of the Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI), contends that the best telematic solutions in the future may come from open-market development.

Gorman, who also chairs the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) board of directors, will argue his point in a presentation March 8, 2013, at the NASTF Spring General Meeting held in conjunction with VISION2013 at theOverland ParkConvention CenternearKansas City.

In his presentation, Gorman will present survey results from shop owners and offer his insight into telematics in the world of the automaker.

“NASTF is the perfect place to have this conversation with the OEMs,” says Gorman.

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