All systems go thanks to Technique!

The ADAS (Advanced Driving Assistance Systems) technologies which are installed in modern day vehicles can identify certain objects, classify them, alert the driver, and in some cases even slow down or stop the vehicle altogether.

ADAS equipment involves several individual systems which even when routine maintenance operations are carried out, must be specifically recalibrated to ensure they can be fully operational. This can usually result in significant investment costs on account of the number of specific panels and targets required to carry out each task.

That’s where the Digital ADAS system from Technique comes into play. The Technique Digital ADAS system is a revolutionary step change in the maintenance of digital assistance systems. It is super simple and easy to operate, making maintenance of ADAS systems accessible to all workshops. With its easy to understand user interface, the system can carry out a simple test in as little as six steps.

At the core of the system is the patented Targetless Technology which offers complete versatility to the operator, allowing the digital panels to adapt to existing or newer vehicle reference protocols. The Technique ADAS system features a fully automatic calibration frame that can be adjusted via electronic control resulting in zero movement of the vehicle whilst being tested.

Thanks to the intuitive software it allows the tester to evaluate the environmental and physical conditions such as the floor and distance from the vehicle. It also offers access to an expansive vehicle manufacturer database which is constantly updated to ensure universal coverage.

To arrange a free, no obligation demonstration, contact our sales team on (01295) 768373 and select option 1 at the menu. Or alternatively, you can email them at enquiries@bullworthy.co.uk.

To find out more about the Technique Digital ADAS system, visit our website.

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