Who is Included in the CASIS?.


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Canadian Car Administration Data Standard (CASIS) An Intentional Answer for Car Reseller's exchange Access to Car Administration and Repair Data, Gear and Preparing September 29 th , 2009 Who is Included in the CASIS?
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Canadian Automotive Service Information Standard (CASIS) A Voluntary Solution to Automotive Aftermarket Access to Automotive Service and Repair Information, Equipment and Training September 29 th , 2009

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Who is Involved in the CASIS? Canada’s car producers, merchants, and wholesalers as spoke to by: - the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada (AIAMC) - the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association (CVMA) ( AIAMC/CVMA speak to the organizations that offer more than 99% of the new vehicles in Canada yearly) Canada’s car administration and repair industry as spoke to by: - the National Automotive Trades Association ( NATA is a national association whose individuals have more than 5,000 individual auto administration and repair shops crosswise over Canada) 2

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Leading up to the CASIS Development January 2009: NDP MP Brian Masse’s Private Member’s Bill C-273 was attracted the “lottery” framework and had first perusing. Second Reading on May 13 th , 2009 amid which Parliament voted 248-17 for alluding the Bill to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology for its thought April 14 th , 2009: Minister of Industry, Tony Clement kept in touch with the whole car industry empowering the improvement of a deliberate answer for the entrance to administration and repair data issue NATA sorted out a meeting with AIAMC, CVMA and the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA) and in addition delegates from Industry Canada, Environment Canada and the Competition Bureau on April 29 th to figure out whether the advancement of an intentional arrangement in light of the U.S. NASTF model was conceivable 3

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Leading up to CASIS Development 4

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Leading up to CASIS Development A Letter of Intent was at last marked by AIAMC, CVMA and NATA on May 1 st , 2009 focusing on the advancement of an intentional assention by September 30 th , with execution by all makers by May 2010. 5

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Industry’s Commitment - A National Solution CASIS was marked September 29 th 2009 at a public interview with the Minister of Industry 6

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How will CASIS be Implemented? All vehicle producers will actualize the procurements of CASIS no later than May 1 st , 2010 – then again, a few organizations are as of now making this data accessible today and others will be executing great ahead of time of that date The CASIS Agreement can be altered whenever through shared assent of the gatherings The CASIS will be actualized on a national premise and will give access to OEM data and apparatuses to any administration supplier paying little respect to affiliation association 7

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Voluntary Vs. Enactment All producers marked letters of duty, given to Minister of Industry Any new contestants to the business sector will join one of the two OEM affiliations; a prerequisite of joining will be to support and consent to the CASIS History of fruitful intentional understandings (more than two dozen to date) If unsuccessful, enactment will unquestionably take after 8

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Voluntary Vs. Enactment Since CASIS declaration: Canadian Automobile Dealers’ Association (CADA) embraces the CASIS in press discharge CASIS Task Force issues first “Interpretation Guideline” Meetings and correspondences with AIA brought about their underwriting of the CASIS 9

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Voluntary Vs. Enactment Since CASIS declaration: October 28, 2009: AIA, NATA, CVMA and AIAMC affirm before Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology re: Bill C-273 (“Right to Repair”) All parties’ presentations proclaim enactment superfluous because of intentional assention (CASIS) Bill C-273’s creator, MP Brian Masse tables movement that the bill continue no further. Vote = consistent, movement conveyed! 10

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Next steps Further Interpretation Guidelines as obliged Work on Canadian proportional to SDRM Full execution by May 1, 2010 Educate Industry on utilization of OEM specialized data locales 11

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Thank you NASTF! Contact data: Rene Young (604) 432-7987 (office) (604) 312-0915 (cell) reneyo

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