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Are you looking for ADAS Calibration for your vehicle?

ADAS, also known as Advanced Driver Assist System, is a high-tech safety feature that is installed in modern cars to ensure driving safety. This safety system collects inputs from several automotive sensors and notifies the driver of any potential performance issues in real time, and also executes necessary precautions to avoid accidents.

Most ADAS sensors need professional calibration if there is even a slight disruption in their position. Therefore, our workshop, Smart MOT & Service Centre extends a comprehensive ADAS calibration Nechells  with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure all the safety sensors operate optimally and offer you a safe driving experience.

How does ADAS work?

Most modern cars are equipped with a host of cameras and sensors, which are mounted either on the windscreen or on the grille, bumper etc. These automotive sensors detect road marking, speed limit signs etc., and offer warning signs in case they determine any object within their range. In case the driver fails to slow down on time, the ADAS sensors Nechells automatically send instructions to all essential electronic components of the vehicle to apply the brakes and prevent a collision.

Types of ADAS

The most commonly found ADAS systems include:

  • Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)

AEB offers a visual and audible warning sign when it detects that a car is approaching a slow-moving or stationary object so that the driver can apply the brakes on time. If it receives no proper response from the driver, these sensors automatically apply the vehicle's brakes to avoid accidents.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Adaptive Cruise Control is an innovative sensor that automatically alters the speed of your vehicle to keep it at a safe distance from the vehicle in front.

  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)

LDW uses the cameras to detect the road markings and provides a warning or automatically adjusts the steering if the driver changes course without any indication.

  • Blind Spot Detection

There are several radar sensors that are installed in a vehicle that monitors blind spots like the side and rear zones. These radar sensors send an alert if they detect other cars or passers-by within their range and warns the driver to control his/her speed.

  • Parking Assist

Modern vehicles are equipped with special sensors and cameras to assist with parking. These sensors and cameras scan for an appropriate parking space where your vehicle can fit easily and also automatically apply braking and steering inputs to avoid any chance of collisions.

When should you opt for ADAS calibration?

Experts recommend availing of an ADAS calibration Nechells once every 2 years. However, your vehicle may need an early ADAS calibration if:

  • The windscreen is cracked.
  • After a windshield replacement.
  • If your car is sideswiped.
  • If your car had a minor collision, etc.

Why us?

We have a team of trained experts who specialise in ADAS calibration and can re-calibrate almost all ADAS safety features efficiently. Furthermore, we are equipped with technologically advanced machinery that offers the most accurate results and increases our service precision.

Therefore, put an end to your search for “ADAS calibration near me” and come down to our workshop for a detailed inspection.

To learn more or schedule an appointment, please give us a call on 01213288302 or 07511188866.

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