Opus IVS diagnostic tools approved for Subaru Certified Collision Network
Opus IVS announced that Subaru of America, Inc. has approved the DriveSafe and ScanSafe diagnostic tools for use within the Subaru Certified Collision Network. Both DriveSafe and ScanSafe devices use Subaru SSM3 and SSM4 OEM software and the Denso DST-vehicle OEM communication interface.
Opus IVS, an industry leader in vehicle communications equipment and remote diagnostic services, provides a dedicated support team to the collision industry, which includes scanning, ECU programming / coding, ADAS calibration and brand-specific technical assistance. The Opus IVS suite of tools is also integrated with CCC One Estimating software, providing a streamlined and consistent workflow solution.
“Opus IVS is delighted to be selected as an Approved Partner by Subaru of America, Inc.,” said Brian Herron, President of OPUS IVS. “For more than 20 years, our rich heritage of engineering and software development with OEMs, combined with cutting-edge technical support, has enabled us to help independent repair shops repair modern and complex vehicles. The collision industry continues to be at the forefront of technical repairs and the use of up-to-date OEM scanning software, service information and repair procedures is essential to ensure a vehicle is returned safely. motorist safety.
Opus IVS operates five offices in North America, employing over 400 full-time associates, all dedicated exclusively to the auto repair industry. As the industry leader in vehicle communications equipment, Opus IVS has worked with most of the global OEMs to develop essential tools for their franchise dealers.
The Opus IVS suite of tools utilizes a guided workflow designed specifically for the scanning needs of an auto body shop, including required pre and post scanning with automated reports. Remote repair assistance in progress is accessible at the push of a button, including programming / coding of the new ECU and diagnostic troubleshooting.