achieving adas:
are you ready and capable?

with AirPro's Kelly Roberts and Chuck Olsen

what you'll hear:

ready vs. capable

Learn the difference between being ADAS ready and ADAS capable from AirPro's experts, Kelly Roberts and Chuck Olsen!

the basics and beyond

Delve deep into the basics of offering ADAS calibrations and beyond!

pulling it together

What you need to bring it all together and offer safe and quality calibrations.

the future of adas

At least one ADAS feature is available on 92.7 percent of new vehicles. Learn why you need to be ready, now.

secure your strategy

How YOU can achieve a strategy-based approach for offering proper ADAS calibrations!


All your ADAS questions answered live and on the air!

New ADAS Calibration Documentation Best Practice Video Launches at C.I.C.

Over the last several months with multiple industry events going on, one of the biggest splashes was the premiere of the ADAS Documentation of Best Practices video at the most recent virtual Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meeting.

Volunteers from the Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) ADAS Calibrations committee have been working tirelessly over the last 18 months to provide an outline of the complex 12 steps of documentation that shops can follow to help ensure ADAS features and functionality is properly calibrated and documented on every repair. The whiteboard video, sponsored by AirPro Diagnostics, breaks down the complex flowchart adopted by CIC (found here) into simple and easy steps to follow. After the CIECA committee finished their extensive work, it was committee member Gene Lopez from Seidner’s Collision who came up with the idea of creating a whiteboard video to simplify the complex flowchart product. The committee members reached out to the scan tool industry requesting assistance to fund production.

“When the call went out asking companies like ours to help produce this video, we knew we had to support the cause. We hear from shops all the time asking for support and education in the field of scanning and ADAS calibrations,” said former CIC Chairperson Michael Quinn, President of AirPro Diagnostics, “Education of the repair community at large is one of AirPro’s strategic objectives. We want to help shops get access to the technology and training they need to properly repair vehicles. We were asked and eventually agreed to sponsor the entire video as we knew this video would provide so much benefit for repairers, it’s a lot of information in an easily consumable format for all individuals engaged in performing calibrations.”

The CIC’s vision is a collision industry in which all segments work together to enable a complete, safe, and quality repair. With the goal of consumer safety, the adoption of properly calibrating ADAS systems is paramount in the industry.

“We worked hard to make sure everything was understandable and usable for every shop whether they have 1 or 100 locations,” said CIECA ADAS Calibrations committee member Gene Lopez, Director of Development and Training of Seidner’s Collision Centers, “Not only knowing what you have to repair and calibrate on every vehicle but also knowing how to properly document each step is important. We are grateful to AirPro for stepping up and sponsoring the entire video.”

The video can be found here and is available to anyone who wants to know the steps for ADAS calibrations and the procedures surrounding them.


Involved in the collision sector since 1989, Kelly Roberts is currently Vice President, Canadian Sales at AirPro Diagnostics. Roberts joined from a large dealership shop in North Bay, Ontario. He holds Red Seal Journeyman credentials as well as multi-level I-CAR Platinum technician status. During his 32-year career, in which he has been involved in all areas of the collision repairs sector, Roberts remains a fierce advocate for the improvement of the collision repair industry as-a-whole.
Kelly Roberts, VP AirPro Diagnostics
With 40 plus years of experience in the automotive repair and technology industry, Chuck Olsen is currently the Senior SR. VP Automotive Technology Solutions for AirPro Diagnostics and as such is continuously seeking the latest advancements in the fields of scanning, diagnostics and calibrations of vehicles. Chuck has always focused on getting the knowledge and technology resources in the hands of service providers and repairers to allow them to repair vehicles in a safe and reliable way.

Chuck currently serves on several industry committees relating to emerging technologies and technical training including Collision Industry Conference (CIC), and the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF). He is currently on the board of Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI), and an adjunct instructor at Florida State College Jacksonville.
Chuck Olsen, SR VP Automotive Technology Solutions AirPro
Allison Rogers is a reporter and editor with Media Matters. She reports on the collision repair industry daily and regularly contributes to the company's host of magazines, including Collision Repair magazine, Bodyworx Professional, Canadian Auto Recycler and Collision Quebec. Allison is also the host of the Collision Repair magazine podcast, Industry Insider.
Allison Rogers, Collision Repair magazine
Max Reid is a reporter and podcast producer with Media Matters. He reports on the collision repair industry daily and contributes to a number of Media Matters publications, including Collision Repair magazine, Bodyworx Professional, Canadian Auto Recycler. Max is also the host of the Collision Repair magazine podcast, Industry Insider.
Max Reid, Collision Repair magazine


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