With the ever increasing advancements in vehicle technology and the continual integration of intelligent driver assistance systems, workshops need to be equipped to repair and calibrate Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Various systems are involved in the operation of ADAS such as the use of rear view cameras to aid parking through to systems such as Lane Departure Warning (LDW) which can detect a vehicle's surroundings. There are also further safety critical systems which can actually take some control of the vehicle, such as Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB).
Opus IVS are ready to support you on your ADAS journey.
The Ultimate Collision Solution
The Opus IVS DrivePro Collison solution provides your workshop with:
- ADAS Calibration Rig (by Autocom) - Mobile and flexible Autocom car calibration rig/targets
- DrivePro Diagnostic Device - multi brand diagnostic solution
- Autocom - Multi-brand diagnostics for cars and light vans from 1988 onwards. Includes CDP+ wireless VCI for quick and reliable diagnostics. Also installed with PicoScope7 - The latest touchscreen and tablet-friendly software from Pico.
- IVS 360* - A quick link to access your IVS 360 Live Diagnostic Support from both your DrivePro and Microsoft Surface Go. (*Subscription fees apply).
How does the ADAS car calibration rig work?
During a test of the advanced driver assistance system, camera calibration for example, use the calibration boards as a reference spot after given measurements from the OE. Activate the camera calibration through diagnostic commands in the Autocom CARS software.
The camera reads the target pattern for the specific vehicle which is then processed by the camera unit to confirm that the values are correct. If the camera unit finds values outside the tolerance, the system will register this and give a DTC (fault code) in the software. A warning light will also be displayed in the vehicle.
- Fast set-up
- Time saving
- Easy to handle
- One man operation
- Maximum flexibility
- Test and calibrate vehicles of all sizes