Category Archives: Research

One of the striking things people notice when they get in a new car is the amount of computer technology that has been built into them. Many new cars collect thousands of data points on vehicle diagnostics, driving behaviors, in-car features, and infotainment systems. There is a lot of discussion happening in the industry right […]

The automotive industry is abuzz with talk of technological change. Self-driving cars, autonomous vehicles, telematics – all new technologies that will create massive disruption. The core of this change centers on the convergence of four technologies, ‘Connected’, ‘Autonomous’, ‘Shared’, ‘Electric’ or ‘CASE’ platform, where people will be able to access their mobility cheaply through pay-as-you-go […]

Knowledge is POWER. Through the AIA Canada Monthly Minute, important industry information is at your fingertips. Feel free to pass it along to others in your network, and most importantly, enjoy the content that is developed with you in mind. Read the Monthly Minute by clicking here.

  How do we know? From the Canadian Collision Repair Industry Yearbook 2017 edition! With the release of this report, AIA Canada adds a significant building block in its effort to address the current lack of market information for the Canadian collision industry. Continuing with the format of the first edition, this yearbook is divided […]

You’re a vehicle repair shop owner confident about your technicians and the service you provide. However, lately, you have been noticing that the number of cars coming to your shop has been dwindling year after year. Is it the dealerships that are taking away the bulk of servicing jobs or is it the rise of […]

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