ADAS Calibration

ADAS System Recalibration Specialists

Insight Vehicle Calibration specializes in the state-of-the-art recalibration of vehicles that have experienced an interruption in their ADAS safety system due to collision, windshield replacement or other conditions. Our primary objective is to ensure the proper functionality of the vehicle’s ADAS system.

New automobile safety features, such as forward collision alert, lane departure warning, and emergency braking, have become much more common in today’s new vehicles.  By 2020, 44% of all new vehicles will have some aspect of these features, known collectively as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). While these features have made vehicles much safer, they have also created critical maintenance issues. ADAS features rely on cameras, lasers or radar that are typically mounted on the windshield. If a vehicle’s windshield is replaced, these sensors must be recalibrated to ensure proper functionality and to adhere to OEM specifications. In addition, recalibration is necessary if the camera bracket is broken or detached, or if the vehicle displays warning lights. If recalibration does not occur, these critical safety sensors could fail, exposing the driver and passengers to accident, injury or death.

We recommend Lightning Auto Glass for all of your Auto Glass and Windshield Replacement needs:

We work on the following ADAS features and more:

Passive Features

Active Features

Automatic Emergency Braking

Lane Keeping Assist

Adaptive Front Lighting

Blind Spot Intervention

Pedestrian Protection System

Automatic Parking

Driver Drowsiness Monitor

Expert ADAS Calibration

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Call now for a free consultation: (770) 451-1555

 

Auto Glass Technology Is Rapidly Changing.

Advanced Driver(s) Assistance Systems (ADAS) in vehicles is becoming increasingly popular. These systems rely upon cameras, lasers, and radar – often with the camera mounting to the windshield. Any time a new windshield is installed, the camera must be calibrated to ensure proper functionality and to restore the camera to OEM specifications.

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