Luca Scattolin, General Manager
Automotive companies are guided by the goal of ensuring vehicle safety more than ever. They are heavily investing in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to offer improved passenger experience and comfort along with safer and future-ready vehicles. However, ADAS have also emerged as a new challenge for all vehicle diagnostics manufacturers. “It is like a race against time since new vehicles with this kind of equipment are released in the market continuously, and every model is different. This makes development work particularly demanding,” begins Luca Scattolin, Autel Europe—one of the leading manufacturers of vehicle diagnostics.
At the forefront of manufacturing and supplying professional diagnostic tools, equipment, and accessories in the automotive aftermarket, Autel was founded in 2004 with a mission to simplify the repair and diagnostic procedures that are sometimes difficult for workshop employees. While many may contemplate that vehicle diagnostic tests must have a reactive approach, Autel is redefining the market landscape by encouraging a proactive approach toward vehicle maintenance.
With ADAS becoming standard equipment on today’s new vehicles, Autel brings forth its MaxiSys ADAS to provide the original complete diagnostic functionality, comprehensive and precise ADAS calibration. With MaxiSys calibration tools and accurate software, Autel MaxiSys ADAS is an ideal calibration tool for collision repair, glass replacement and repair shops. “Our development team for ADAS System comprises highly-qualified engineers working on new vehicle models every day in order to guarantee to the customer the best coverage possible,” states Scattolin. “We have been one of the first to introduce our high-quality diagnostic solutions on Android.”
Committed to creating maximum long-term value to customers, Autel equips its clients with quality-assured, easy-to-use, cost-effective, and innovative products. Autel MaxiSys ADAS—introduced in Europe last year—is already creating ripples in the market for its extensive set of functions, which includes adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, night vision, around view monitoring, blind-spot detection, rear collision warning, and head-up display. “We have placed ourselves among the first manufacturers of vehicle diagnostics worldwide thanks to our ability to guarantee the best ADAS coverage both in the new and existing vehicles. All this has been possible thanks to our 600 engineers specialised on software development and divided into sub-departments,” extols Scattolin.
Besides a dynamic team of experts and engineers with years of experience in this industry, the uniqueness of Autel stems from its ability to makes their diagnostic tools as user-friendly as possible. For example, the company’s ADAS system has received much appreciation because of its step-by-step instructions, which make the calibration procedures easily interpretable. Another distinctive feature of the Autel diagnostic system is its intuitiveness. The final user has the possibility to make the most of the software’s potential, and the coverage guaranteed is at the highest level. This easy-to-understand approach, along with the intuitive nature of the system enables customers to solve their problems at a workshop in a short time.
Besides making a significant investment in the software, Autel is equally focused on the hardware. Moving ahead, Scattolin believes, “Our constant growth will take us soon among the top manufacturers of vehicle diagnostics not only in terms of turnover but also in terms of product quality.”