Tradiebot’s CEO Mario Dimovski recognised as IBIS Leading Light
International Bodyshop Industry Symposium (IBIS), the leading global conference and networking provider for collision industry leaders and influencers, has named Mario Dimovski as one of the industry’s leading lights. Dimovski, an Industry 4.0 futurist and innovator, is being recognized for his influence and many contributions to digital transformation, and for promoting the immersive technologies of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) in areas of training, information delivery and digital productivity management.
In recent years, thought leaders around the globe who are focused on shaping the future through ground-breaking ideation and implementation have increasingly turned to IBIS as a source of high-level information and market analysis. IBIS serves as a forum for high-level debate, a melting pot of innovative approaches to industry problems and, of course, offers incomparable networking opportunities.
World class conference content and speakers are the driving force behind the success of IBIS and as a strong supporter of their mission, Dimovski has appeared as a regular speaker due to the relevance of his expertise in immersive technologies and the roles they play in the highly technical world of collision repair; especially as they relate to ensuring the safety of the world’s drivers during these unprecedented times of uncertainty caused by the global pandemic. “This new, ever changing normal will require an agility and flexibility that VR and AR technologies are uniquely equipped to address”, says Dimovski.
IBIS CEO Jason Moseley said: “I’m delighted to have recognised Mario as one of IBIS’s Leading Lights thought leaders. The interview I recorded with him which is now available at www.ibisworldwide.com is an inspirational look at how Mario is revolutionising training and development in our industry. It’s also great news that Mario will be part of our panel of experts appearing on IBISTV Global Summit on 19 November”.
Dimovski’ s pioneering use of advancing technologies encourages young adults to explore and venture into a career within a trade-based industry whilst providing the current workforce with the latest digital tools allowing for safer and higher quality repairs on today’s complex computerised vehicles. As one of the industry’s leading lights, Dimovski continues to work with government, educators and industry to develop the next generation of technicians and assist collision groups during their digital transformation journey.
Utilising AR, VR, web and mobile applications allows these trades to be brought to light in a refreshing new way while the industry moves from an antiquated, paper-based training methodology to the new digital age that will drive and support the workforce of the future.
As part of this recognition, Dimovski will be interviewed by IBIS CEO Jason Moseley and take part in the upcoming IBISTV Global Summit 2020 on 19 November. Read more about this at www.ibisworldwide.com.
Note to editors
Since its inception in 2001, IBIS – the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium – has become firmly established as the leading global conference and networking provider for collision industry leaders and influencers.
The inaugural conference was held at the Celtic Manor Resort Hotel in Wales in 2001 and hosted 120 delegates from 12 countries. Since then, IBIS events have been held at various venues around the world reaching more than 1,000 influencers each year with the Global Summit annually attracting over 350 delegates from more than 35 countries.
IBIS continues to spread its world-class conferencing in new territories and has recently visited markets across the planet including USA, Ireland, South Africa, Italy, the Middle East, Turkey and China.