How it works

What is ADAS?

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is a technology that is integrated into a vehicle to assist with safer driving. It helps the vehicle to automate, adapt, and enhance the driver's experience with features that increase safety. Common ADAS features are adaptive cruise control, anti-lock brakes, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, traffic signals recognition, and traction control. 

What is ADAS Calibration?

ADAS calibration (and recalibration) is the precise alignment of ADAS sensors following several situations: windshield replacement, collisions, changes in suspension and vehicle alignment, and adjacent repair services.

Calibration needs are vehicle-specific and can include in-shop calibration, on-road calibration, or both types of procedures. Calibration requires special equipment and training. Additionally, in-shop, or static, calibrations, require very precise measurements, in a controlled environment.

Static vs Dynamic Calibration

Dynamic calibration is also referred to as on-road calibration. The majority of the work is done on the road, though the process does start in the shop or in a parking lot. Static calibration is done in a dedicated facility with OEM targets and calibration testing. Typically, the environment is controlled ensuring no unneccessary lights and neutral colors allowing for the most accurate calibration possible. To view our comparison chart between calibration methods, click here.
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