AirPro Meets General Motors Requirements

(Jacksonville, FL March 11, 2019) –AirPro Diagnostics is proud to announce that General Motors engineers at its Global Technical Center in Warren, MI, tested the AirPro scan tool utilizing GM GDS 2 software and certified that the AirPro system meets GM requirements for their network of collision repairers.
AirPro Diagnostics is the industry leader in remote OEM diagnostic scanning, programming, safety system and ADAS calibrations servicing all makes and models (except Tesla) including 2019 model years.  Body shops already utilizing the AirPro solution can check that box in the General Motors Collision Repair Network certification criteria.
 “This recognition by GM engineers is a significant milestone for us in our quest to deliver a comprehensive scan, diagnostic and calibration solution to the entire collision repair community,” stated Chuck Olsen, Executive Director Operations of AirPro Diagnostics. “Our tool is connected directly to the vehicle with the OEM software resident to properly and safely service vehicles. We are confident that our system will continue to pass testing with engineers at all OEMs.”
AirPro Diagnostics is a technology development and service company focused on innovative solutions for the automotive service industry. AirPro provides a state-of-the-art, OEM-validated scan tool, its ORION cloud-based Diagnostic Enterprise System and is backed by a team of highly-skilled, master technicians. This unique combination provides collision repair shops with reliable and accurate scanning, diagnostics and calibration solutions to cost-effectively deliver vehicle repairs with the highest quality and safety standards in the industry.

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