ADAS Calibration Overland, Merriam, Shawnee, & Olathe – Advanced Driver System

ADAS equips cars with autonomous driving engineering like Lidar-based sensors, high-resolution backup-camera and automatic emergency braking systems or the forward-collision warning systems.

The correct calibration of this sensitive equipment requires the correct tools and skilled technicians!

What is ADAS?

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems use various sensors and cameras along with a vehicle’s computer system in order to help a driver with parking or driving tasks. These cameras and sensors can be found in many different places on vehicles such as the windshield, side mirrors, front and rear bumpers, etc. ADAS helps with functions like Automatic Emergency Brake, Forward and Rear Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Night Vision System, Blind Spot Detection, Around View Monitoring, Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Departure Warning, and Parking Assist. When ADAS detects what could be a hazardous situation, the vehicle will either warn the driver or it make actions necessary to stop a collision. If the sensors and cameras that are used for these functions are not calibrated or aligned properly, the ADAS system will fail to operate correctly.

When Is Calibration Necessary?

There are many things that can cause an Advanced Driver Assistance System to be thrown out of alignment and require calibration. Standard services such as windshield or bumper replacement are a common reason to make sure your system is calibrated properly. The ADAS system can also be thrown off from being involved in a collision, having to get body repairs done to a vehicle in areas that sensors are placed, getting a vehicle painted, or even by replacing various parts on a vehicle that require moving an area that is close to sensors and cameras. For example, when replacing the air conditioning compressor on some vehicles you are required to remove the bumper which can contain a sensor used for the Advanced Driver Assistance System. Whenever any of these procedures are performed it is important to make sure the advanced driver assistance system is properly calibrated after. Here at New Concept Auto Service, we are able to perform ADAS calibration on all makes and models including Asian, European, and Domestic vehicles. Ask about our pick up and delivery service to make your experience with us even more convenient!

We Have The Tools. We Have The Skills.

Schedule Your ADAS Calibration Appointment

Not many auto shops have the capability to perform an Advanced Driver Assistance System Calibration. Here at New Concept Auto Service in Overland Park, Kansas we are fully equipped with the proper tools and highly trained technicians to get the job done right! We want you to feel confident with the services we provide and we back up our repairs with a 36 month/36,000 mile Nationwide warranty! You can schedule your next service by giving us a call at (913) 381-2200 or by using our convenient online scheduling system. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Advanced Driver Awareness System

ADAS: a kind of advanced technology implemented into vehicles to understand the surroundings and become aware of potential situations in a better, semi-autonomously way for safe driving.

ADAS Technologies on Cars

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Parking Assistance System
  • Blind-Spot Detection
  • Autonomous Emergency Braking
  • Lane-Departure Warnings
  • Lane-Keeping Assistance
  • TIre-Pressure Monitoring
  • Adaptive Headlights
  • Surround View System
  • Head-Up Display

It’s a Big Deal

The global Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Market size was valued at $39,638.4 million in 2018 and is projected to reach $189,142.9 million by 2026, which means it’s only going to become more common on vehicles.

This Will Affect Body Shops

Even small jolts to the car and fender benders may cause cameras and sensors to need recalibration and adjustment. Almost all new cars feature this technology and will require repair with correct equipment used by skilled technicians. Even most dealers don’t have the correct equipment to calibrate this new technology.

Buying a New Car?

ADAS provides recognition and tracking information to onboard safety systems to detect driver drowsiness, lane departure warning, collision avoidance and protective features to avoid accidents and enhance the driving experience. Almost all new cars now incorporate this emerging technology. Understanding what it does and how it works are essential. Performing correct repair, maintenance and calibration will ensure the safety of the vehicle and passengers! Our techs have been specially trained on this technology! we can save you time and money!


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