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Autel Partners with MOTOR to Provide OEM Data on Ultra Tablets


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Autel recently announced its partnership with data provider MOTOR Information Systems to deliver “an improved experience for users and more streamlined access to OEM repair information using MOTOR’s TruSpeed Repair.”

MOTOR TruSpeed Repair will be available for integration into Autel’s diagnostics software on all North American Ultra-series tablets, including tools with ADAS capabilities.

With the accessibility of MOTOR TruSpeed Repair, Autel Ultra-series tablet users can access the most up-to-date automotive service and repair content within days of being published by the OEM, according to Autel.  

The TruSpeed Repair information integrated into the Autel tablets’ MaxiSYS diagnostic software will include component locations, diagnostic trouble codes, maintenance schedules, repair procedures, specifications, technical service bulletins and wiring diagrams, Autel noted.

The paid subscription service also will provide OEM position statements and ADAS-related repair details. The software update and integration, expected to be released toward the end of first-quarter 2024, will be available on MaxiSYS Ultra, Ultra EV, Ultra ADAS, MS919, MS909 and MS909EV tablets.

“As we continue to expand our business and partnerships, it’s important to recognize the significance of our relationships with key customers,” said Jim Stout, MOTOR’s vice president of product management and service delivery. “We are pleased to have Autel as a customer. It is a testament to the strength of our offerings and our commitment to powering the automotive intelligence ecosystem. We look forward to building and strengthening our relationship with Autel.”

“We constantly strive to improve the efficiency of our tablets and seek to offer our end-user technicians the most value-rich diagnostic product on the market,” said Chloe Hung, Autel CEO.

“That’s why we are excited to bring MOTOR’s exceptional data and repair information service, MOTOR TruSpeed Repair, to our Ultra series tablet users.” 

For more information about the integration of MOTOR TruSpeed Repair into Autel tools,

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