ABRITES is a leading innovative company, established in 2005, specialised in the development and production of proprietary software and hardware for the automotive industry.
We go far and beyond in meeting our customers’ needs and this is where our "Achieve the impossible" motto steps in.
We can offer functionalities that overcome automotive factory software limitations or functionalities that even the original equipment manufacturers have not provided to their customers yet.
Premium Vehicle Diagnostic Equipment and Software
The Abrites ecosystem is based on the AVDI (Abrites Vehicle Diagnostic Interface) - a powerful tool, unrivalled among the aftermarket and even Original Equipment Manufacturer tools. AVDI is the hardware developed to support hundreds of diagnostic and customisation options, which cater to the automotive professional’s needs.
AVDI is always evolving, covering nearly 100 % of the vehicle brands on the market, offering complete diagnostic and programming solutions.
Fleet Management Reimagined
Our latest project in development is CARMON - an innovative fleet management system. CARMON allows access to real-time information, regarding the fleet of vehicles, ensuring prevention, strict control and safety. CARMON helps reduce cost and downtime, at the same time allowing management to make data-driven decisions resulting in maximum optimisation of resources.
This project is immensely important to our team, since it is challenging, and at the same time a needed and practical tool for our potential clients.
Diagnostics in Motion
True to our passion for innovation, we have also launched another project, which is aimed at satisfying the automotive enthusiasts. The Mobile Diagnostics interface, MODI, is the ultimate handheld vehicle diagnostic tool, providing detailed information on vehicle live data, diagnostic trouble codes and modules. Moreover, MODI allows access to a vast array of customisation options. All that in the palm of your hand, operating with a designated smartphone app.
We love that we have finally turned to our fellow men, the petrolheads, who love their cars and want to understand them better.