Polyglot Platform: Arslan Automotive translates Accuvision 3-D for South Korean market

Montreal, Quebec ⁠— Arslan Automotive is currently finalizing the Korean translation of its Accuvision 3-D measuring system and its associated software, company owner Arman Gurarslan told Collision Repair earlier this month. 

Gurarslan hosted a team of Korean automotive professionals at Performance Collision Brampton, managed by Gary Dunn, in mid-August. The Korean team had the chance to receive training on and provide feedback on the newly translated version of the program. 

Sylvain Landry of Arslan Automotive shows the team the new translated version, with the language interpretation assistance of Andy JH Lee.

Once the equipment is all certified in its Korean language translation, Kia Motors will have exclusive first access to the 3D measurement technology. 

“Some of the other [competitor’s] products we’ve presented to [Kia] could not satisfy the OEM,” said Andy J.H. Lee, one of the minds behind the massive project and a longtime member of the international automotive industry.

“We started [the translation project] in the winter in Seoul, and are completing some of the final steps here.”

“I have a lot of respect for [Arman],” Lee added. “He’s the dictionary of the automotive market. He knows everything⁠—really!”

For more information on Arslan Automotive or Accuvision 3-D, visit www.arslanauto.com.


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