CONWAY, Ark. — Snap-on Inc. has updated its John Bean EZ-ADAS mobile app, which helps technicians perform recalibration services, with coverage for 2020 vehicle models.
More than 1,000 target placement updates related to the camera system are now available for the John Bean EZ-ADAS Recalibration System.
"Simple and quick access to information helps John Bean customers operate more efficiently, perform more repairs and increase the bottom line," Mariana Montovaneli, marketing manager for John Bean, said.
The John Bean EZ-ADAS Recalibration System features a mobile app to help technicians perform recalibration services and search for the vehicle they are servicing, without having to reach out to any other source of information, the company said.
The EZ-ADAS includes an intuitive, laser-guided target placement that ensures accurate positioning and also features vehicle selection with a VIN barcode reader that can be utilized via the smartphone camera, the company said.
The EZ-ADAS mobile app is free to download through the Apple and Google stores and requires an activation code that is available upon system purchase.