AAPEX has announced the lineup of Let’s Tech presentations and industry panel discussions that will be packed with essential information to keep service professionals ahead of the curve and ready for the future.
The presentations are included in AAPEX registration and will take place on the AAPEX Stage during this year’s event, Nov. 2 – Nov. 4, at the Sands Expo and Caesars Forum Conference Center in Las Vegas.
Let’s Tech will offer quick learning with 20-minute TED-talk style presentations on “Preparing for Electrification,” “Electric Vehicle Regenerative Braking,” “Digital Inspections” and “Tesla Can Now Be Serviced in the Aftermarket: Meet the Tesla Scan Tool and Information Suite.”
Panel discussions will include “Women Techs Rock: Filling the Workforce Gap and Readying for the Revolution” and “Data Sources and Application Amidst an Evolving Economy and Industry.” Two “Shop Coach AMA (Ask Me Anything)” panel discussions will be held on Nov. 2 and Nov. 4 to offer insights from today’s best shop coaches.
A special “Presidents’ Update: New EV and Ecommerce Forecasts and Briefing” will be presented by the Auto Care Association and the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association.
Several award ceremonies also will be held on the AAPEX Stage, including the 2021 New Product & Packaging Showcases Awards, 2021 Best Booth Awards, AASA Member Awards & Recognition and the Women In Auto Care Awards Ceremony.
The AAPEX Stage will be located in the Sands Expo, Level 2, Upper Lobby.
Health and Safety Measures
As of Aug. 26, the co-owners of AAPEX – the Auto Care Association and the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) – will require proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID PCR test administered prior to arrival in order to attend the 2021 event.
AAPEX co-owners also are evaluating the potential for onsite testing for those unable to be vaccinated or to obtain a negative PCR test prior to the show. These measures will be administered through a third-party verification platform and on-site screening.
Additionally, while subject to change, as of July 30, Nevada is requiring masks for all indoor events in Las Vegas. For more information, visit Onsite Health & Safety.