ADAS typically operates through a combination of sensors including ultrasonic, LIDAR (light detection and ranging) and radar, as well as mono and stereo cameras. The diagram shows the types of ADAS available and the technologies used which can be found all around a vehicle – in the front and rear bumpers windscreen, wing mirrors, doors and even badges! The location and ADAS technologies available depends on the make and model of the vehicle.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are the latest safety-critical advancement. If your vehicle is fitted with ADAS, it may need to re-calibrated after a repair – rest assured Bolams have a solution. Vehicle manufacturers recommend that after some types of Vehicle Repairs. wheel alignment or geometry change, disconnection or partial removal of a sensor from its mounting, that the ADAS system is calibrated to ensure that all technologies are operating correctly.