Making Driver Assistance Systems Safe - Again





What is ADAS?

Windshield Calibration Services For ADAS

Windshield Calibration Services offers aftermarket Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) windshield calibration. Most road accidents windshield calibrationoccur due to human error. Advanced driver assistance systems were developed to help drivers drive safer, prevent accidents and reduce vehicle deaths.

Most all new cars sold today come equipped with some level of ADAS systems, including cameras, sensors and other equipment mounted on the windshield that can affect how your car functions. As automobiles become more complex so do windshields. And so, does the process for replacing windshields.

What is ADAS?

ADAS stands for “Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.” These systems rely upon cameras, lasers, and radar – often with the camera mounting to the windshield. The “assistance” provided by the ADAS systems comes in the form of warnings. For example, when your car begins to move out of its lane or too close to the car in front of you, the camera system will calculate the distance and realize if it’s a safety hazard situation. Almost instantly, the ADAS triggers your vehicle to flash warning lights, vibrate your seat or sound a voice alarm to inform you of unsafe driving concerns. Some automobiles come factory equipped with advanced systems that apply brakes to avoid a collision.


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Fordward Collision Alert

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Adaptive Cruice Control

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Lane Keep Assist

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Pedestrian Detection

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Traffic Sign Recognition

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Lane Departure Warning System

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Collision Mitigating Breaking

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Blind Spot Monitoring

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Adaptive Headlighting

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Driver Status Monitoring

Windshield Calibration & Accidents or Vehicle Modifications

Your Advanced Driver Assistance System is factory programmed to perform safely and provide safe driver alerts under any road conditions windshield calibrationand traffic patterns. But accidents, aftermarket modifications, and even installing larger tires still occur every day. Any modification to a vehicle has an impact on how an ADAS will perform. A change in a camera angle of just one degree can have a significant impact on the camera’s viewing area, which can affect how the vehicles ADAS features will work.

For your safety and the safety of others, it is strongly advisable your vehicle has a precise auto glass windshield calibration whenever your vehicle has a

  • Windshield replacement or repair
  • Accidents
  • Vehicle customizations
  • Customizing wheel size
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The first complete solution for precise auto glass camera calibration, Opti-Aim™ is the industry’s first windshield calibration tool for managing complex installations that demand precise, camera-ready accuracy for all makes and models of automobiles.

Windshield Calibration Services is excited to be a Opti-Aim™ factory trained and authorized windshield calibration dealer serving all of Southwest Florida.

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What is ADAS?

ADAS stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. ADAS is a rapidly growing new technology that includes systems to help the driver in the driving process. These systems should increase car safety & more generally, road safety.

What Impact is ADAS Having on the Autoglass Industry?
It is forecasted that the number of replacements with windshield-mounted sensors will increase to 3,000,000+ by 2020

As of September 2015, 10 auto manufacturers committed to making Automatic Emergency Breaking a standard feature on all cars. These manufacturers accounted for ~57% of US auto sales in 2014

As of December 2015, NHTSA is adding ADAS to their New Car Assessment Program (5-Star Safety Rating) & vehicles must have ADAS to receive a 5-Star rating

What is Windshield Calibration?

Windshield Calibration is the process of returning a vehicle’s ADAS to OEM specifications.

Calibration is necessary after a new glass installation, particularly a windshield with a camera mounted to it, to ensure that the ADAS features continue to function correctly despite having been moved during installation.