Learn about the most up-to-date initiatives in keeping our highways safe and secure, while increasing motor vehicle and law enforcement efficiency. AAMVA webinars offer our member knowledge from industry experts on a variety of topics, all at the comfort of your computer.
The webinars are complimentary and are archived for viewing at your convenience.
Note: Webinar schedule is subject to change.
Understanding MEC Transmission (NR02) National
Registry System Specification
Thursday, April 27, 2017
This webinar provides a detailed explanation of the AMIE Mini Spec for the Medical Examiner Certificate (MEC) Transmission (NR02) transaction. The intention of this webinar is to help SDLAs learn about and understand the new transaction, which will assist SDLAs in making preparations for the changes. The primary audience for this webinar will be the jurisdictions CDL Managers/Coordinators and Technical Staff that will be responsible for developing, testing and successfully implementing the National Registry II Solution.
How to Accurately Post State Titling Activity into the NMVTIS Batch Interface Files
Monday, May 8, 2017Monday, June 12, 2017Monday, July 10, 2017Monday, August 14, 2017
Neil Pitt, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVASujatha Lingineni, Lead Business Analyst, AAMVA
This webinar will focus on how to accurately post state titling activity into the NMVTIS Batch Interface Files. The webinar includes: For states choosing to update NMVTIS in batch mode the titling activity that occurs throughout the business day must be recorded and subsequently submitted to NMVTIS each evening. State title issuance activity is communicated to NMVTIS using four distinct interface file formats. They are referred to as: VINADD, VINMOD, VINUNDO and VINPURGE. Business rules related to each titling operation dictate which file format to use. The intent of this webinar is for the state implementer to learn how to post each state titling transaction to the correct interface file. This will be accomplished by presenting “real world” titling scenarios then use the business rules to post the titling activity to the appropriate interface file.
State Web Interface (SWI) – Understanding
the Administrative Features
Tuesday, May 16, 2017Tuesday, June 13, 2017Tuesday, July 11, 2017Tuesday, August 15, 2017
The NMVTIS SWI Web Application is used by the states to perform title verification and data corrections. This webinar focuses on how the states use the administrative features to oversee the states user community. A brief overview of the SWI application is also provided. The SWI application has been built so that each state manages their own user community. This includes configuring the system with organizations to which users are assigned. The state administrator is responsible for user role assignments and user account activation and deactivation. The SWI Application also includes a reporting component that allows state administrators to monitor user activity.
NMVTIS State Web Interface (SWI) – How to Correct Title and Brand Data on the Central Site
Tuesday, May 23, 2017Tuesday, June 20, 2017Tuesday, July 18, 2017Tuesday, August 22, 2017
In the past, states contacted the AAMVA Help Desk directly if they needed to make a data correction. As part of the NMVTIS reengineering effort, a Help Desk feature was created to allow states to correct their title and brand data on the central site. When states perform their own data corrections the timeliness and accuracy of the data corrections improves substantially. This webinar is focused on explaining the capability of the Help Desk feature as included in the SWI. Data correction scenarios are explained and matched to the correct update operation within the SWI. A brief overview of the SWI application will also be provided
NMVTIS State Web Interface (SWI) – Instant Title Verification Using the VIN Search Feature
Tuesday, May 30, 2017Tuesday, June 27, 2017Tuesday, July 25, 2017Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Before a jurisdiction issues a title
or other ownership document or record, the SWI can provide information to help
the jurisdiction determine whether the ownership documentation presented with
the application are valid. The information supports jurisdictions' titling
processes for both new and used vehicles. The Anti-Car Theft Act requires each
jurisdiction to perform an instant title verification check before issuing a
title to an applicant claiming to have purchased the vehicle from an individual
or entity in another jurisdiction. The SWI VIN search feature can be used to
satisfy this legal requirement. In addition, the NMVTIS best practice is that
jurisdictions perform an inquiry before issuing a title or other ownership
document or record, whether or not the applicant claims to have purchased the
vehicle in another jurisdiction.
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