DENSO connects with automotive industry at Virtual AAPEX 2020

The Virtual AAPEX Experience will take place Nov. 3-5 on a digital platform.

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DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc., an affiliate of leading global automotive supplier DENSO Corp., will spotlight its electronic inspection tool, VehicleMRI, at the 2020 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX). The Virtual AAPEX Experience will take place Nov. 3-5 on a digital platform and feature live programming designed for shop owners, technicians and service advisors to connect directly with suppliers.

VehicleMRI is a powerful inspection tool that combines an advanced vehicle communication interface, an intuitive user interface and proprietary algorithms to help streamline the vehicle inspection process. By standardizing a series of electronic tests, VehicleMRI can assess the true health of passenger cars and light-duty trucks. In an industry powered by increasingly sophisticated electronic systems, VehicleMRI eliminates the guesswork of vehicle maintenance by allowing technicians to swiftly conduct up to 700 tests and produce a complete health check report pinpointing systems that may be underperforming. VehicleMRI is currently available for Android smartphones and tablets. More information on VehicleMRI is available at https://vehiclemri.com/.

Throughout the virtual event, DENSO representatives will be available to conduct business directly with current customers and companies interested in DENSO’s comprehensive line of original-equipment quality aftermarket products, industry-leading technical training program, cutting-edge technology, and award-winning customer support services. Information is also available at www.densoautoparts.com.


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