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Course description

This is a 2 day course that covers the training and accreditation to be a qualified ADAS technician As of 2016, new vehicles require a minimum of two ADAS systems fitted to qualify for a 5 Star NCAP Safety Rating, these must be Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Lane Departure. This course covers operation and calibration using a CSC-Tool , a comprehensive multi-brand workshop tool for calibrating camera and radar-based Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS). COURSE CONTENT DAY 1 • Understanding ADAS and ADAS Sensors • Relationship To Vehicle Alignment and ADAS • Effects of Incorrect Calibration • Effects on Other Related Systems • When a Calibration Should Take Place • How To Perform a Dynamic Calibrations • How To Perform a Static Calibration • Post Calibration This IMI Accreditation is designed to ensure that the technician has the ability to calibrate Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). It demonstrates the technician’s ability to identify and correctly interpret information relating to a specific vehicle and its ADAS features to determine which method of calibration is required.. COURSE CONTENT DAY 2 • Safe working practices and H & S guidelines • Technical information sources • Types of ADAS diagnostic equipment • Relevant tools and equipment for calibration • The calibration environment, targets, lighting and radar boards • Types of sensors and their functions. Optical, Radar, Lidar and Ultra-sonic • System operation - steering, braking, lane-departure warning and driver assist • Static, dynamic and hybrid system calibration

Course goals and objectives

DAY 1 On completion of the course, delegates will be able to: • Understand features of Dynamic and Static calibration • Accurately calibrate camera-based driver assist systems DAY 2 To determine the technician’s ability to identify and correctly interpret information relating to a specific vehicle and its ADAS features To determine which method of calibration is required. The module also assesses the technician's ability to identify/locate and follow software-specific re-calibration methods during the assessment process. They will also be required to use the correct tools and equipment in order to demonstrate their ability to calibrate two ADAS sensors on a vehicle with a minimum of two operating systems. It is recommended that Technicians planning to undertake this module should be working in the automotive industry and must have relevant Diagnostic and Alignment experience to ensure that they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to calibrate ADAS systems.

Other information
This course is held in: English
Course level: 2
Expected course duration: 2 Days

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification