Opus IVS, the intelligent vehicle support division of Opus Group, has launched its ADAS Map software and its J2534 SuperGoose Plus at the 2023 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.
The new advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) brings over vehicle build data from the company's CCC One platform that conducts scans of the vehicle. The product also reviews the estimate and determines which ADAS calibrations apply to that specific vehicle.
“It’s really a data product that helps the shop understand how might this vehicle be equipped with safety systems that need attention and service,” says Jim Fish, chief marketing officer at Opus IVS.
The system provides vehicle identification number-specific ADAS calibration identification and original equipment service information. It also offers “estimation accuracy, streamlining repair planning and justifying reimbursements.”
The ADAS Map integrates with the company's Remote, Mobile and Calibration CoPilot platforms, which helps ADAS calibration businesses “better service their customers,” according to Frank Terlep, vice president of ADAS services as Opus IVS.
“It’s the only platform in the industry that connects the shop's customers with the service centers 24/7, 365 days a year.”
The ADAS Map is for dealerships that do not have the capability to perform ADAS services and want to find someone who can perform those services for their dealership.
Any information that the calibration provider does “automatically ends up at the shop,” through this system so there are no “emails, paperwork or anything else that could get lost,” says Terlep.
The other new product from the company, the SuperGoose Plus, offers the same pass-through technology enabling diagnostics, reprogramming and security functions for dealerships as the company's Mongoose Plus line.However, the SuperGoose Plus now offers multiple OEM capabilities.
“It is the only Mongoose that covers eight brands in one,” says Fish.
The new original equipment manufacturer-approved tool offers coverage for Ford, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Volkswagen, Chrysler, General Motors and Subaru.