Agenda – 日程

09.30 – Welcome to IBIS China 2019
Jason Moseley, CEO, IBIS

09.45 – IBIS around the world – global collision repair industry trends
Jason Moseley, CEO, IBIS

Jason will give an in-depth analysis of the global collision market trends based on the knowledge and insight IBIS has gained from the markets in which it operates.

Jason will consider the challenges, dynamics and interplay between the key players in the industry (repairers, insurers, OEMs etc.) as well as how the latest vehicle technological advancements are impacting and influencing our industry as a whole.

10.30 – The challenges and opportunities of an increasingly mobile Chinese society
Nikos Peratis, regional manager, Road Assistance China

Nikos Peratis from Road China Assistance will be speaking about the current mobility climate in China as well as the challenges, opportunities and the future of road travel.

11.15 – Coffee break

11.45 – Optimising data processing in collision repair claims
Chen Sheng, data development center director, Solera.

We will explore how data can be used to make more accurate decisions in the collision repair chain, positively impacting the vehicle owner’s insurance claims journey. We’ll touch on new technologies that are allowing us to move towards the vision of touch-less claims.

12.30 – Lunch

13.30 – Jingyou presentation – speaker TBC

14.00 – The connected car
Sean Carey, SCG Management Consultants LLC

Sean will explore the technologies that are currently enabling the connected car from the standpoint of all those involved in the Chinese and global auto collision repair industry. What do they mean and what are the challenges and opportunities for the repair shop, OEMs, the motor insurance sector and so forth?

Sean will discuss the evolution of autonomous vehicles, the complexity of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) from an insurance and repair perspective, the ever more sophisticated expectations of the consumer and how our industry needs to adapt accordingly.

14.45 – Keeping pace with ever-evolving vehicle technology
Sawyer Gong, director, GiPA China and Eric Devos, president, GiPA

As vehicles become ever more technologically advanced and refined, so increases the complexity of repairing them. Sawyer and Eric will look at how this conundrum is playing out in China and how the situation there compares with how European markets are adapting to the rapidity and scale of change.

15.30 – Coffee Break

15.45 – Innovation in collision repair processes
Vigin Wang, marketing manager, TTS Tooltechnic Systems (Shanghai) Ltd.

This session will centre around the heart of the collision repair process within the body shop. What are the new approaches to processes, parts, training and equipment that affect a deeper quality repair?

16.30 – The skills gap – turning a negative into a positive
Aomen Xu, gold medalist of Autobody Repair at WorldSkills Kazan 2019

For years now the auto collision repair industry has been the poor relation when it comes to a career choice. Its poor reputation and lack of inward investment have meant school and college leavers have tended to give it a wide berth. This perpetual downward spiral has now come to a head with the realisation we’re now facing a huge gap in new talent coming through as their highly skilled and long-serving forebears are heading into retirement. Immediate action is required. Our WorldSkills speaker and panel of industry experts will share and debate with the audience the inherent issues and resultant challenges whilst presenting the solutions that, with a good headwind, will turn this negative situation into a positive one for generations to come.

17.00 – Conference close

09.30 – 致欢迎词

09.45 – IBIS世界论坛 –全球事故车维修行业趋势



10.30 – 动性越来越大的中国社会面临的挑战与机遇



11.15 – 茶歇

11.45 – 事故车维修索赔中数据处理的优化


12.30 – 午餐

14.00 – 联网汽车




14.45 – 跟上不断发展的车辆技术的步伐
索耶•Gong,GiPA 集团中国区 总监; 埃里克·德沃斯:GiPA集团中国区 总裁


15.30 – 茶歇

15.45 – 事故车修复工艺的创新

王晨隽 德国费斯托工具市场部经理


16.30 – 技差距——把消极变成积极
徐澳门 – 2019喀山世界技能大赛汽车维修金奖获得者


17.00 – 结束