Introduction to SprayVIS Tradiebot’s Spray Painting Training Simulator provides one of the most efficient, sustainable and cost-effective methods of training staff and students in automotive spray painting best practices. Our Virtual Reality Simulator offers immersive and gamified interactive virtual training environments in order to deliver engaging and intuitive training experiences, allowing users to feel as […]
Congratulations to Mario Dimovski on being named as one of the key-note speakers at this year’s SEMA show, the auto industry’s premier event held in Las Vegas. His talk will cover developing technologies such as Augmented Reality, highlighting the impact these new digital tools will have on delivering interactive repair methods and training in the […]
Laura Griffiths talks about the world-first development of 3D print material that will be used in the automotive collision repair industry to 3D print replacement plastic bumper bar tabs and headlight lug. “The new 3D printing material and the mobile app development marks a significant step towards the utilisation of new digital tools, 3D printing […]
Bringing OEM repair methods to life. One of the topics our CEO Mario Dimovski will be talking about as a key note speaker during The National Collision Repairer: Symposium 2019 in Sydney on the 14th Sep. Advancements in Technologies such as AR and mixed reality and how they will transform the way OEM information is […]
Our CEO, Mario Dimovski has recently returned from his trip to the UK and Europe and had the opportunity to visit the Head Office of Solus Accident Repair Centres in London. Mario met with Technical Director Theo Theodosiou to learn more about the company and discuss their digital transformation plans. We look forward to exploring […]
The National Collision Repairer has announced their annual Symposium, focusing on the challenges and opportunities that will be upon us before the end of the decade. The event will be a combination of keynote speakers and interactive panel discussions.
Media Release Date: 24th July 2019 Swinburne University of Technology started testing its newly formulated 3D printing polypropylene-based material this week. The world-first development is a collaboration with industry partner Tradiebot Industries and with co-investment from the Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC), the material will be used in the automotive collision repair industry to 3D print […]
Tradiebot Industries was the centrepiece for BAE Systems’ Factory of the Future Technology Showcase allowing the Australian based industrial innovation company to demonstrate its capabilities and technologies in augmented and virtual reality to leaders in the defence sector.