ADAS Calibrations of Florida
Revolutionizing Safety in the Sunshine State
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Explained
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) refer to a collection of sophisticated technologies and features integrated into modern vehicles to enhance driver safety, improve vehicle performance, and assist in various driving tasks.
Utilizing sensors, cameras, radars, and other advanced technologies, ADAS provides real-time information about the vehicle’s surroundings, monitors road conditions, and detects potential hazards. The primary purpose of ADAS is to provide driver support, reduce the likelihood of accidents, and mitigate risks on the road.
Common ADAS Features
Adaptive Cruise Control
Lane Departure Warning
Forward Collision Warning
Automatic Emergency Braking
Blind Spot Detection
Parking Assistance Systems
The Importance of ADAS Calibration
ADAS systems play a significant role in enhancing driver safety by providing assistance and support in various driving situations. During maintenance or repair activities that involve ADAS components, calibration is necessary to restore the systems to their original functionality. This includes situations such as windshield replacement, suspension adjustments, or repairs that may impact the alignment of ADAS sensors.
Proper calibration ensures that ADAS sensors and components are accurately aligned and functioning as intended. This accuracy is crucial for the correct interpretation of data and reliable operation of the ADAS features. It is a necessary aspect of modern vehicle maintenance to guarantee that ADAS functions optimally and provides the intended benefits to drivers and road users alike.
Expert Technicians & Cutting-Edge Tools
Our expertise and attention to detail helps ensure that your ADAS systems are accurately calibrated and working as intended.
Our ADAS Calibration Process
Pre-Calibration Diagnostic Scan
- Identify ADAS on each vehicle
- Identify ADAS affected by collision
- Identify ADAS affected by repair process
Wheel Alignment Verification
- Validate Tire Pressure
- Thrust Line Verification
- Initial structural measurement
- Validate ride height
- Confirm steering angle sensor
- Perform any necessary repairs
- Validate Fuel Level
- Validate Ride Height
- Vehicle calibration(s)
- Test Drive
- Final health check/scan
Health Check (Post Scan)
- Complete post scan
- Provide certification of calibration