Camera and Radar Calibration Specialist

Advanced Driver Assistant System (ADAS) in vehicles make road safer and car travel more comfortable. Now, this system has become more and more cutting edge. Its main focus is to improve driver and passenger safety.

If you drive any of the vehicles which has fitted those system on your vehicle, you may have noticed some unfamiliar warning signal on your vehicle’s dashboard. The main problem here is most of these systems use multiple sensors located on different parts of your vehicle. Normally, they may seem functional, but they may be off by some degree, so it needs to be calibrated in order to bring normal condition.

This system includes:

  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane keeping assistant
  • Lane departure warning
  • Blind spot monitoring/detection
  • Parking assistant/self-parking
  • Electronic power suspension
  • Rear cross traffic alert
  • Traffic sign detection
  • If you replace camera
  • If you replace windscreen
  • If you replace level sensors
  • If you do wheel alignment
  • If you modify your vehicle’s chassis
  • If you get involved minor accident

When Do You Need to Calibrate Camera?

When Do You Need to Calibrate Radar?

  • If you change made on the wheel-suspension geometry
  • If you disassemble front/lock carrier
  • If you lose or replace radar sensor (including ECU)
  • If you crash and replace front/rear bumper bar