MARCH 24 2022 2 P.M. EST

Demystifying ADAS

A deep dive into ADAS and calibration advancements

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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are here to stay thanks to manufacturer innovation and overwhelming consumer favourability. While ADAS sensors and cameras enhance the safety of our vehicles, it can cause an overwhelming number of challenges for the automotive aftermarket industry. 

If you have an existing body shop, dealership or mechanical centre, getting ahead of ADAS innovation can position your business for longstanding success. Building space for calibrations and repairing ADAS now positions your facility for streams of business and can help you attract top talent. In this webinar, we’ll do a deep dive into impacts of ADAS, the services you should be equipped with and the additional benefits ADAS can provide to your existing business.

ADAS and the aftermarket

ADAS increases repair complexities on many levels, naturally exposing the automotive aftermarket to additional liability.


Glass and ADAS experts from UniGlassPlus will touch on training, equipment and space needed to build a strong calibration process.

case studies

Proof of UniGlassPlus' powerful strategies for securing insurance work and becoming your best!

eyes on your kpis

Cost of repair, length of rental and repair versus replace KPIs can all be affected by ADAS systems. How do you cope?


Calibrations offer varying opportunities to diversify your revenue. Learn how you can reap the rewards from UniGlassPlus.


All your ADAS-related questions answered live and on the air!


Kyle started as a technician in 2003 at a UniglassPlus/Ziebart facility in Peterborough, ON. After various advancements in the industry, Kyle worked his way up to store manager for a location and managed the location for over six years. Kyle was instrumental in enhancing the profitability of this location, which helped propel him into a regional manager position in 2020 and then most recently area manager, where he supports over 25 locations throughout the province.
Kyle Whyte
Area Manager of Operations
Uniban Canada
Mike has been a part of the automotive industry for over 20 years and spent over six years with the Driven Brands family. Having roles within dealerships, paint companies and overseeing operations for collision repairers, Mike has built a broad understanding of the industry. In his role now, Mike works closely with Uniban Canada store owners to help them grow their existing business and helps new owners find their next opportunity through the Uniban Canada brands.
Mike Piper
VP of Development, Uniban Canada
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


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