Brighter Sunshine in the Auto City----Telematics Detroit 2014
Jun 04-05 2014, Nov iMI
Just one year after the first attendance, at the same place, the Suburban Collection Show Place of Novi, where more than 120 C-level speakers presented their visions and thoughts on the stages, Launch revealed its latest solution for aftermarket repair shops, golo, and the remote monitoring system, RCU over the two-day Telematics Update Exhibition.
By integrating golo interface with the existing Launch Android-based scanners, repair shops will have the capabilities to offer the remote diagnostic service to their customers anywhere, anytime. With golo connector plugged in, consumer will be able to select the trusted technicians to check the vehicle health, wherever s/he goes.
Tons of people from all five continents came to our booth to check it out simply because we can eliminate the distance barrier at the best price. And believe it or not, we even have representatives from top 3 vehicle manufacturers stopped at our booth, looking for partnership to improve their dealership services. Tire one parts suppliers came to find new opportunities to provide better products to vehicle manufacturers too.
??We are really pleased to see a Chinese company like Launch, embrace the Telematics from the automotive aftermarket ??said Marc Fecker, VP of Ford Direct. ??By integrating golo technology to our system, Ford will be able to offer better service to the existing 38Million (96+) vehicles owners across the country.??
Presidents, Vice Presidents from fleet management companies and rental car companies were looking for RCU similar products to help them monitor the fleet. At our booth, they finally found the answer, with a few improvements, our RCU will be one of the best options for their systems.
Some European companies also brought in their new products, such as the aftermarket instrument cluster modification, and head-up display devices.
??We see repair shops, vehicle owners, dealerships, parts stores?? said Oliver, CTO of Launch Tech, ??they are all relatively independent now. At Launch, we create the bridge to connect them all, and we are doing it as we speak.??