THE CONNECTED CAR – PART 2
April 21 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Topic: Target Calibration
We will cover:
• Static camera aiming
• Automated driver assist systems
• How the cameras work
• Discussion on lane keep assist and electronic power steering
• How the radar works
• Camera calibration
• Setting up and doing target calibration
Topic: The “Connected Car” Where the OEM’s are going
The latest version of the Connected Car will offer technicians a view into these vehicles that is practical but also the only program of it’s kind.
Topic: GM’s New Technology on Automated Driver Assist Platform
Data Bus Diagnostics will be conducted on a very late model GM vehicle using the GM MDI. The vehicle will be equipped with lane departure, adaptive cruise and avoidance, along with other new technologies.
Topic: Update on Right to Repair (The CASIS Agreement)
CASIS is the voluntary agreement between the vehicle manufacturers and the aftermarket, with Industry Canada making sure the agreement succeeds. It was designed to give independent repair shops full access to OE service information, programming, training and security to be added in the future. Currently techs can’t get a lot of stuff like Honda and Toyota security. It’s not available in Canada, but fully available in the USA. Securing full access to security technologies is critical to the growth of the independent aftermarket.
How to access service information from the OE’s.
One of the problems is that not enough techs are turning to the CASIS website when they need service information. www.oemrepairinfo.ca. John will demonstrate how to quickly and easily navigate the website to ensure technicians get the information they need.