ENP Newswire -
Release date- 03062014 -
The new GDS-Mobile system is the third generation of Kia's vehicle diagnostics system available to its dealers, and is the world's first mobile based 'total diagnostic solution' designed and optimized for use on mobile tablet devices.
The new system will allow the brand's highly-trained vehicle technicians to more quickly and more effectively identify any faults with customer vehicles. Wireless connectivity and Bluetooth support allow technicians to move around a vehicle, instead of having to return to a fixed heavy diagnostic computer or move a cart around the workshop. GDS-Mobile doesn't necessarily require a wire to connect to a vehicle, as the Compact Vehicle Communication Interface provides Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct functions.
With a growing level of advanced, high-tech equipment found in many Kia vehicles, GDS-Mobile's new vehicle software management technology allows technicians to quickly and easily check and update every electronic system in the car. Both vehicle and service information on the regional server - transferred to the mobile device - is updated in real time, from a central database housed in Kia's global headquarters in
GDS-Mobile is now available for Kia workshops in every market except
As well as boosting service efficiency and quality of maintenance and repair work, the system will also cost Kia dealers substantially less than existing diagnostics systems. A clearer interface - and touch-screen functionality - make the system easier to use.
Editor's note: To view a video introducing GDS-Mobile, visit the following link: http://youtu.be/w1IHtcfcSss
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