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Bosch Automotive Aftermarket to exhibit ADAS Calibration and Secure Diagnostics at Automechanika Birmingham

3 May 2023

Denham – Bosch’s Automotive Aftermarket division will be present at the Automechanika Birmingham event from June 6th to 8th. Bosch Automotive Aftermarket will be in Hall 19 on stand Q102 at Birmingham’s NEC.

Throughout exhibition days, Bosch will showcase its parts and diagnostic tools, and will demonstrate the Bosch ADAS calibration tool. In recognition of the increasing prevalence of ADAS fitment to vehicles coming into independent workshops Bosch is once again devoting a large part of its stand to ADAS demonstrations and discussions. With the latest developments for the established Bosch DAS 3000 platform on show, together with subject matter experts on hand to provide demonstrations and answer questions, Bosch aims to provide an interesting and informative experience to show visitors.

New for Automechanika UK:

  • Latest development of the unique Bosch Positioning Software, which is now seamlessly integrated into the ESI[tronic] workflow

  • DAS3000 doppler simulator adapter for computer guided Rear Short Range Radar calibration

  • DAS3000 rear-view camera calibration mat with computer guided positioning 

  • DAS3000 target board for computer guided lidar calibration

  • DAS3000 adapter for computer guided positioning of Toyota/ Honda long range radar calibration

Visitors can learn about secure gateway, and how it affects service, repair and diagnostics on vehicles. Bosch SDA is a single access point for secure and authorised diagnostics with no extra charges to workshops if they have an ESI subscription. Workshops will also have multiple network opportunities and the chance to have face-to-face discussions with our experts. Some of the event highlights include Bosch’s speaking slots at the EV and workshop hubs.

EV/Hybrid training: With the ever-increasing popularity of hybrid and electric vehicles, now is a perfect time to prepare workshop businesses to undertake servicing and diagnostic work on all makes and models. With the correct training and development, technicians will be able to carry out work on these vehicles safely and efficiently.

Diagnostics: Increasing vehicle complexity and mobility user service expectations are significant challenges for the automotive aftermarket. Bosch has a range of solutions to support workshops to close the gap between current capabilities and future service needs.

eXtra, the Bosch Workshop loyalty programme: At Automechanika Birmingham, workshops can sign up to the Bosch Workshop loyalty program, eXtra, and can redeem rewards on qualifying Bosch Automotive purchases.

Bosch Car Service: Visitors can meet the Bosch Car Service team and gain insight into one of the largest garage networks worldwide. Over the past 100 years Bosch Car Service has been at the forefront of developing an all-round garage concept that delivers high quality parts, diagnostic tools, and vehicle services for all makes and models while still supporting its garage partners with the experience and expertise they need to future-proof their business.

HC-CARGO: This is a wholly owned Bosch brand with 60 years of history and experience. Visitors at the HC-CARGO zone can explore the range of air conditioning components, starter motors, alternators and spares, and workshop consumables. With over 22,000 parts in the range, HC-CARGO can be a valuable partner to a variety of businesses.

This year Bosch is celebrating 125 years since it began operating in the United Kingdom. The founder of the company, Robert Bosch, established a business in the UK in 1898 and it was the first country he took his company to after establishing it in Stuttgart, Germany.

For more information about Bosch Automotive Aftermarket in the UK and Ireland, visit:

For more information about Bosch UK’s 125th anniversary, please visit: landmark-125th-anniversary/

Automechanika Birmingham runs from June 6th to the 8th and free tickets can be booked at