Autodata adds record amount of technical content

2015 has so far seen 36,000 core updates, the highest annual figure since its founding in 1975

Autodata adds record amount of technical content
Autodata hits record level of annual content production.

Autodata has added the highest amount of new content to its system in the organisation’s 40-year history, allowing workshops to undertake additional jobs across a wider range of vehicles.

Autodata’s system currently covers 29,000 models across 80 manufacturers worldwide with access to technical specifications, detailed service schedules, interactive component locations, quick search for diagnostic trouble codes and interactive coloured wiring diagrams.

In addition to a sharp rise in the range of coverage being offered to Autodata subscribers – particularly around diesel exhaust gas after treatment and tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) – the landmark figure has been attributed to heavy investment into a host of new modules over the past twelve months.

Mark Trepte, Content and Operations Director at Autodata, said: “Since January we’ve launched new information around jacking mode procedures and a quick access air conditioning servicing module.

“This combined with enhancements to our graphics and imagery, plus colour to our interactive wiring diagrams and fuse boxes, really has made it a busy year.”

Amendments made by vehicle manufacturers on existing models are quickly added to the web application, with updates to service schedules affecting on average 600 models every month during 2015.

Trepte added: “What makes this achievement especially pleasing is that the increasing complexity of modern vehicles requires a greater amount of detail and technical knowledge to construct content compared to years gone by.”

Autodata currently employees a workforce of 200 staff, the majority of whom are involved directly in product development.

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