ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ADAS) CALIBRATION
What is ADAS?
Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems have been developed to improve the driving experience. These systems use a combination of cameras and sensors that are often built into car windscreens.
An ADAS calibration is a process carried out to correctly align the cameras and sensors of a car so that its ADAS system can work as intended.
We also recode most vehicle systems including keys, radars, steering racks, headlights, etc.. – please ask for further details.
Why do I need an ADAS Calibration?
Most ADAS features rely on a group of cameras or sensors to do their job. They usually sit inside a car windscreen and when a glass replacement is carried out, its angle and position changes.
A calibration is performed to correct this, so that your vehicle’s ADAS is working as intended.
If a calibration is missed out, an ADAS feature may not work like it should and could cause a potential risk to you and others on the road.