ADAS Calibrations

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) features are safety technologies that use sensors, cameras, and other advanced technologies to help drivers avoid accidents and stay safe on the road. Here are some common ADAS features found in modern vehicles:

  1. Lane departure warning (LDW) and lane keeping assist (LKA): These features use cameras to detect when the vehicle is drifting out of its lane and provide warnings or corrective actions to keep the vehicle in its lane.
  2. Forward collision warning (FCW) and automatic emergency braking (AEB): These features use radar and/or cameras to detect potential collisions with other vehicles or objects and can automatically apply the brakes to prevent or mitigate a collision.
  3. Adaptive cruise control (ACC): This feature uses radar or cameras to maintain a safe following distance from the vehicle ahead and adjusts the vehicle’s speed accordingly.
  4. Blind spot monitoring (BSM): This feature uses sensors to detect vehicles in the driver’s blind spot and provides visual or audible warnings to alert the driver.
  5. Rear cross traffic alert (RCTA): This feature uses sensors to detect approaching vehicles or objects when backing up and provides warnings to the driver.
  6. Parking assist: This feature uses cameras or sensors to assist the driver in parking the vehicle, providing guidance and warnings to help avoid collisions.

These ADAS features are becoming increasingly common in modern vehicles and can provide significant benefits in terms of safety and convenience for drivers but left misaligned after an accident and they can be a matter of life or death.  It is imperative that the ADAS system is calibrated correctly.  

iNetwork Auto Collision has been on the cutting edge of this technology.  We have invested heavily in new equipment with the latest technology that is required for ADAS Calibrations.  We have Certified and trained ACE Technicians (Automotive Computerized Electronic Technician) to ensure your vehicle is delivered back to you with OEM Safety components operating as designed by the manufacturer. 

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