Safety Max ADAS Calibration Center

Where Safety Meets Precision

Understanding Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are a collection of advanced technologies and features integrated into modern vehicles to enhance driver safety and assist in various driving tasks. By utilizing sensors, cameras, radars, and other sophisticated technologies, ADAS provides real-time information about the vehicle’s surroundings, monitors road conditions, and detects potential hazards. These systems aim to increase driver awareness, mitigate risks, and reduce the likelihood of accidents. ADAS technology plays a crucial role in improving overall vehicle safety and ensuring a safer driving experience for all.

Common ADAS Features

Adaptive Cruise Control​

Automatically adjusts the vehicle's speed to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.

Lane Departure Warning

Alerts the driver when the vehicle unintentionally drifts out of its lane.

Forward Collision Warning

Warns the driver of an imminent collision with a vehicle or obstacle in front.

Automatic Emergnecy Braking

Automatically applies the brakes if a collision is imminent and the driver does not respond in time.

Blind Spot Detection

Detects vehicles in the driver's blind spots and provides warnings to prevent potential collisions during lane changes.

Parking Assistance Systems

These systems use cameras and sensors to help drivers park safely by providing visual and auditory cues.

The Importance of Calibration for Reliable ADAS Performance

ADAS systems rely on precise measurements and calculations to provide accurate information about the vehicle’s surroundings and make informed decisions. Calibration ensures that the sensors, cameras, and other components are aligned correctly, ensuring accurate data collection and interpretation.

During maintenance or repair activities that involve ADAS components, calibration is necessary to restore the systems to their original functionality. This includes situations such as windshield replacement, suspension adjustments, or repairs that may impact the alignment of ADAS sensors.

ADAS calibration is important to guarantee the accurate functioning, performance, and safety of the advanced systems in a vehicle. It ensures that the ADAS features provide reliable information, timely warnings, and effective interventions, ultimately enhancing overall safety on the road.

Our State-of-the-Art Calibration Facility

Our calibration facility is over 4,000 square feet and each of our three calibration bays is equipped with certified flooring that exceeds OEM requirements for calibration as well as advanced, controllable lighting. This type of environment is essential to perform successful, precise calibrations, free from obstruction and interference.

Expert Technicians & Cutting-Edge Tools

Our technicians have extensive knowledge and training in ADAS technologies. We use the latest ADAS calibration tools, including advanced diagnostic equipment and software, as well as specialized cameras and sensors for precise calibration. Our expertise and attention to detail helps ensure that your ADAS systems are accurately calibrated and working as intended.

Our Approach to Proper ADAS Calibration

Our four-step process was developed to ensure precision and accuracy with every calibration. Our calibration workflow accounts for OEM procedures and best practices, and our rigorous testing protocols ensure that all ADAS systems are completely functional before delivering a vehicle back to your facility. Each vehicle that comes into our facility for calibration services is taken through this process in its entirety to guarantee all ADAS features are fully operational, and the vehicle is safe to return to the road.

Step One | Pre-Calibration Diagnostic Scan

a. Identify ADAS systems on each vehicle
b. Identify what ADAS Systems were affected by the accident
c. Identify what ADAS Systems were affected by the repair process

Step Two | Wheel Alignment Verification

a. Validate Tire Pressure
b. Thrust Line Verification
c. Initial structural measurement
d. Validate ride height
e. Confirm steering angle sensor
f. Perform any necessary repairs

Step Three | Calibration

a. Validate Fuel Level (Compensation weight added whennot a full tank)
b. Validate Ride Height
c. Vehicle calibration(s)
d. Test Drive
e. Final health check/scan

Step Four | Health Check (Post Scan)

a. Complete post scan b. Provide documented certification of calibration

In need of an ADAS calibration?