Toronto, Ontario — asTech has acquired adasThink, the companies announced Wednesday.
The acquisition was a “natural fit,” for the Canadian startup, said adasThink co-founder Nick Dominato.
“There are some amazing synergies that adasThink can have with asTech,” Dominato told Collision Repair. “asTech is a leader when it comes to OEM diagnostics and calibrations, and that aligns with our mission to identify OEM required ADAS calibrations and the required documentation. It was a natural fit.”
Canadian startup adasThink–winner of SEMA360’s Best New Collision Repair/Refinish product–leverages vehicle identification numbers (VIN) to properly identifies the advanced-driver assistance systems on the vehicle that have been impacted by the vehicle’s damage. The technology also identifies OEM calibration requirements and instructions.
“Repairify is thrilled to welcome Nick Dominato from adasThink, who will be joining the Repairify team. asTech has always remained committed to providing customers with accurate diagnostic services. The addition of adasThink to asTech’s capabilities offers our customers meaningful information about the condition of a vehicle’s safety systems to ensure the vehicle is repaired to OEM specifications,” said Cris Hollingsworth, president of Repairify, asTech’s parent company.
The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
“We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve done in this short time,” said Dominato. “I knew there was a need in the market for ADAS calibrations–before adasThink, there was nothing out there to help shops determine these procedures. We’ve done a lot in the last year, our little company, and we can’t wait to see where the support of asTech’s its resources, knowledge and technology will bring us.”
For more information on adasThink, visit adasthink.com.