Leading Audi, Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota and Volvo dealership service-department managers will be on hand to discuss their use of high-tech vehicle-inspection systems to improve customer satisfaction at UVeye’s NADA 2023 exhibit (Jan. 27-29) in Dallas, Texas.
UVeye’s industry-first suite of vehicle-inspection systems feature patented artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and high-speed camera technologies proven to speed repair work, significantly improve customer-satisfaction and increase service-department profitability.
The first and only auto-industry service technology of its kind has attracted investments from major automakers and dealership groups such as CarMax, General Motors, Hyundai Motors, Toyota Tsusho and Volvo Cars.
Last year General Motors and Volvo Cars both announced plans to support the installation of UVeye inspection systems at dealerships throughout the United States. UVeye technology also has been integrated into Tekion’s Automotive Retail Cloud platform and CDK Drive’s dealership management system.
UVeye’s tire (Artemis), underbody (Helios) and exterior (Atlas) systems will be on display at the company’s 2,000-square-foot NADA booth (#6239) and also featured in the General Motors display area (booth #1545). Special introductory plans will be available for dealers attending NADA. Demonstrations and private meetings also can be scheduled by clicking on the “Schedule a Meeting” link on UVeye’s NADA landing page: www.uveye.com/nada-2023.
Artemis is the only high-speed tire-inspection system of its kind able to detect a wide range of tire-related issues and capture brand, age and air pressure information. Helios is an undercarriage scanner that can detect potential safety issues, including fluid leaks, brake problems and exhaust system damage. Atlas is a 360-degree exterior inspection system that captures sheet metal damage as well as a host of other issues.