Get Off Your ADAS – There’s no time to procrastinate proper calibration

If you lack a technician skilled in ADAS calibration and repairs, your business is a ticking time bomb. With 87 percent of new models today incorporating advanced safety technologies and visions of mandatory automatic emergency braking, there is simply no time left to delay training.

Are you ready to repair these technologies? More importantly— are your staff ready? According to I-CAR’s U.S. branch, all your employees—even front office staff—should have ample ADAS awareness. The better question is who doesn’t need to understand the calibration process: when it is required, the differences between dynamic and static calibration.

Last year, Transport Canada sought feedback on whether automatic emergency braking systems should be incorporated into all new vehicle models. While automatic emergency braking isn’t required on new vehicles in Canada—yet—20 U.S.-based automakers have committed to adding automatic emergency braking as standard equipment on most new light vehicles made between September 2025 and August 2026. As of July 2022, the European Union will require automatic emergency braking as standard equipment for most new heavy vehicles. It will be required in light vehicles as of July 2024. By 2026, these systems must also be able to intervene in an imminent collision with a pedestrian.

The time to train is now. AirPro Diagnostics’ representatives are always available for ADASrelated assistance and more.

Feel free to reach out by visiting airprodiagnostics.com.

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Parker Lord
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