ETI’s Mission is to advance the vehicle service industry by providing technical data and open dialog between the manufacturers of transportation products, government regulators and the providers of tools, equipment and service information.
ETI is one of the most respected trade associations in the automotive aftermarket, giving fair and equitable representation to all segments of the equipment and tool industry. The Institute is an association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers and technical information providers and training organizations.
Today, ETI meets the needs of a diverse industry. Its members’ products range from high tech diagnostic tools to traditional hand tools. ETI membership benefits, events, and services are tailored to meet the needs of all tool and equipment makers – whether manufacturers of highly technical diagnostic equipment or hand-tools, a large manufacturer or a small to mid-sized business.
Summer Tech Week 2013
Headquarter Hotel: Embassy Suites, Troy, Michigan
For the past 33 years one of the ways ETI has been meeting this goal is by conducting formal workshops held once a year with each automobile manufacturer, featuring presentations, discussions and participation in hands-on demonstrations. These meetings have been grouped together, where possible, into week long sessions known as Tech Weeks. Tech Weeks are the best time to ask the automakers questions about the data they provide and learn about the new models and systems. These meetings are a significant benefit of ETI membership.
Each member COMPANY (not individual) must have a current (2013) Confidentiality Agreement on file with ETI before any employee from that company can attend. An authorized signer must email a signed copy to ETI. To download one of these forms for signature click here.
Click here to go to the Summer Tech Week Home Page
Click here to go to the Tech Week Schedule
Click here for Event Registration
Click here if you are an OEM and wish to Register for the OEM Appreciation Dinner
ETI's Tech Weeks are a unique opportunity to build and strengthen relationships with key automaker personnel that can be very valuable to you and your company. As a product manager or engineer involved in product design that requires specific automaker information, these instructive workshops are priceless.
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10 Jun 2013 • Troy, Michigan