Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) offer a host of potentially life-saving, collision-mitigating features such as emergency brake assist and lane-keeping assist. Advanced radar and camera systems integrate into the truck’s braking and steering controls, providing an increasingly impressive amount of automated control. While there’s not a lot of preventative maintenance that fleets need to keep an eye on when it comes to ADAS, there is a need for investment in equipment and tools to make sure the systems are updated and calibrated properly.
Even as something as seemingly simple as a windshield replacement is complicated by cameras that are built into glass. The same goes for bumper replacement—that’s where the radar components are typically mounted. Calibration and correct software operation are paramount in keeping ADAS working as intended. For a deeper dive into the impact on fleet service operations and needs and thoughts from Scott Bolt, Noregon vice president of product management, watch the video above.
Fleet Equipment’s Data Center is sponsored by Noregon. Subscribe to our newsletter to catch every episode as we’ll be diving into use cases, talking with the data pros and making data usage approachable.