Advance Driver Assist System (A.D.A.S)
Advanced Driver-Assistance systems (A.D.A.S)
What is A.D.A.S & How does ADAS work?
Advance driver-assist system is an interconnected group of electronic technologies built into newer cars which provide a variety of increased driving and parking functions that increase safety for the driver.
These systems include but are not limited to:
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Blind Spot Monitors
- Anti-Lock Braking Systems
- Navigation Systems
- Backup Cameras
- Collision Avoidance System
- Forward Collision Warning
- Automatic Parking
When is assessment necessary?
There are many things that can cause an Advanced Driver Assistance System to be thrown out of adjustment and require calculation.
ADAS calibrations should be completed any time a vehicle’s sensors are break.
For example: If a windshield is cracked, the heads-up display and rain sensors need to be reshaped.
If a vehicle is sideswiped, the mirrors and lane departure warnings need to be measured.
Advance Driver-Assist System
The Advance Driver Assist system often needs measurement so that after the vehicle is involved in a collision.
When auto body repairs are done in areas that are close to sensors or cameras.
This technologies can also potentially prevent injuries (about 60% of total traffic injuries).
The majority of accidents still involve the human factor.
WHAT ARE ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ADAS)
When it comes to automotive safety, most consumers think of seatbelts, airbags and the fortified steel frame of a vehicle itself.
While these components are incredibly important, they are considered passive features, which means they protect passengers from the aftermath of a vehicle collision.
Vehicles that are repainted and have mechanical parts replaced.
Such as, an air conditioning compressor, windshield or bumper replacement can experience disruption of the A.D.A.S.
It will be carefully recalibrated by our expert staff afterwards.