Toronto, Ontario — The automotive diagnostic solutions providers at Opus IVS have announced that Giotto software has officially been added to the company’s suite of offerings, and will be deployed in DriveSafe and DrivePro products as well.
With this latest update, users will have access to the full range of MY23 content, including improved ADAS support for BMW/Mini, Chrysler, General Motors and VAG.
Regarding ADAS, the update adds a start-up lane change warning system test for the BMW X1 and front radar calibration for all BMWs.
The update also comes with model support for Audie A8e, Q4, Q5 e-Tron, VW Lavida, Taos and SL1, Global-B support for 22.5 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado and updated module address detection specific for the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Cherokee L models, according to Opus.
“Having a large installed base in modern collision facilities gives us unique insight into what shops require to complete their work. The MY23 release represents the earliest releases of these capabilities into the market” said Opus IVS CTO Jay Horak.
“We are the only entity that offers our own OE level coverage, special tests and ADAS calibrations in an aftermarket scan offering—all integrated with CCC One. Our customer mix of collision and mechanical customers results in OEM level coverage well beyond OEM compatibility. These advancements when paired with Opus IVS services, such as RAP (Remote Assisted Programming) or IVS360 OEM Dealer Master Tech live help, allows shops to solve the hardest diagnostic problems.”
Collision Repair reached out to Opus IVS and confirmed that this update will be made available to Canadian customers.