IAEA looks to the future

The IAEA National Conference 2017 will take a look at future technologies, and how this will affect the industry going forward.

Set this year at Donington Park – the home of British Motor Sport (host of the largest Grand Prix collection in the world and the largest collection of McLaren cars outside of the factory) – this year’s event will focus on the ‘technology revolution’ taking place within today’s motor vehicle claims sector.

All sessions are now confirmed for the event and tickets are available online via www.iaeaconference.co.uk.


The full agenda for the day is below:

09:00AMG (Members only)
10:00Welcome & Awards presentation IAEA president
10:20Industry overview
11:00The future of repair – Andrew Hooker (Thatcham Research)
12:00SMART repair (Smarter) – AutoRestore
14:00The Digital Assessor – panel debate asking ‘where next for automotive engineers’

  • Philip Briggs – operations director, DAC/GT Motive
  • Dan Sweeney – director, Minotaur software (EVA)
  • David Punter – commercial director, RightIndem
14:45Artificial Intelligence – Tractable
16:00Conference closes