Autolyst Inc. is set to introduce a social network that targets automotive enthusiasts, auto product businesses, and the automotive culture in general. This web project is now known as Autolyst.com, and is a standards-based public social network site that utilizes Quick Response codes to bring vehicle information to users and to facilitate interaction among members of the industry.
The Houston-based company will be officially launching the mobile-friendly site at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 1, 2011. During the SEMA show, Autolyst will demonstrate the site’s features and functionalities to enthusiasts and industry leaders who will be in attendance.
Initially, the site’s features include a vehicle profile system, a vehicle search system, and an event system. The site also boasts of user interaction capabilities, a forum, and an articles base that members can use to share vehicle knowledge with each other.
The company said that it will be attending the SEMA show not only as a means to introduce its network, but as means of seeking industry feedback regarding a few planned additional features and areas to the site.
Since the Autolyst network is designed to work directly alongside the automotive culture and industry, there are feature areas in development that allow product companies, automobile manufacturers, and even automotive journalists to participate within the network.
It should be noted that Autolyst is not directly connected or affiliated with any automotive company and operates in a way so as to remain unbiased towards the automotive culture.
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