Types of ADAS Calibrations
ADAS calibrations can be broken down into two main types:
- Autel ADAS for commercial vehicles, including commercial delivery trucks and vans.
- Autel ADAS for automotive vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs.
Each calibration type has a different set of features that make it ideal for your business needs. For example, if you’re looking to add more safety features to your commercial vehicle fleet, the Autel ADAS calibrations might be right for you!
The Autel ADAS also includes the following calibration features:
Self-Centering Wheel Connection
It’s a solution that will help the workshop add value by allowing it to manage the calibration of ADAS systems, which are becoming more common in commercial vehicles. Autel develops its own calibration equipment for ADAS systems on commercial vehicles, making it the ideal diagnostic tool for truck drivers.
This calibrating and diagnostic device is part of the workshop’s toolkit. It comprises a portable folding frame, two-wheel centering connection tools with laser pointers, and many interchangeable panels for different vehicle brands and types.
ADAS Calibration Equipment is characterized by fast assembly and simple handling, compatible with the Autel diagnostic tablets, which completes the calibration process. This is a solution that will offer significant value to the workshop by allowing it to handle the calibration of the ADAS systems.
Why is ADAS important?
The ADAS provides a clear overview of all important vehicle data and enables fast detection of problems. As a result, technicians can quickly identify faulty components such as sensors, actuators, or brakes and fix them before they become dangerous.
Additionally, Autel employs innovative technology to assist you in accurately identifying measures, distances, and angles. This means that your technicians can perform calibrations with ease and accuracy, even when performing complicated tasks such as measuring the curvature of a windshield or determining correct positioning during alignment work.
How does ADAS support commercial vehicle drivers?
When it comes to highway driving, ADAS technology is especially advantageous for commercial vehicles like pickup trucks and buses. These vehicles require more space than regular passenger cars—and therefore need additional warning about upcoming hazards. That’s where ADAS comes in!
ADAS technology supports drivers to:
- Maintain a safe speed and distance.
- To drive within the lane.
- To avoid overtaking in critical situations.
- In an increasingly complicated road environment, to pass safely through intersections.