ADAS Technology Zone To Feature At Collision Repair Expo 2024

The Collision Repair Expo’s new ADAS Technology Zone will shine a spotlight on advanced driver-assistance systems and ADAS calibration.

Created by the organiser, the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) in conjunction with ADAS technology experts from ADAS Solutions Australia, the zone will feature a dedicated stage and seating to showcase the latest ADAS equipment and calibration techniques from a variety of suppliers. It will provide ADAS calibration demonstrations, training and advice focused on best practice.

According to the AAAA, the zone is tailored specifically for collision repairers, mechanical repairers and people working in the vehicle modification sector.

“A valuable new feature at the expos, the ADAS Technology Zone will address the important questions repairers and modifiers have about incorporating ADAS calibration into their service offering, either in-house or outsourced to a business partner, and the business implications of both options,” said Tiffany Conway, Director of Membership, Marketing and Events at the AAAA.

“This zone will be the most comprehensive opportunity for attendees to get up close and personal with ADAS equipment, learn what’s best for their business, and get all the answers they need from ADAS industry experts.

“The AAAA is very proud to be partnering with ADAS Solutions Australia to bring this vitally important subject matter to life. Together, we will provide attendees with equipment demonstrations, peer networking opportunities, and access to ADAS calibration experts, to help attendees to better understand and navigate the complexities of ADAS calibration,” said Conway.

A leader in ADAS technology, equipment and training, ADAS Solutions Australia uses a variety of ADAS equipment to educate technicians and provide calibration services.

“Almost every passenger vehicle sold in Australia today has some form of ADAS,” said Adrian Parkes, Director at ADAS Solutions Australia. “As such, it is vitally important that the automotive and collision repair industry understands the systems and components commonly used by manufacturers, and what these systems and components are designed to do, as well as the repair requirements and processes of the ADAS commonly found on passenger vehicles today.

“Covering ADAS fundamentals, components, calibration and providing live demonstrations with ADAS technicians, we will provide attendees with the chance to improve their knowledge base, ask questions and discuss real world issues and scenarios they face in the industry.”

The Collision Repair Expo will take place at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre from 11 to 13 April 2024. To attend, register for free at