ADAS Committee Discusses Creation of Calibration Best Practices

The ADAS Committee plans to create a document to provide guidance about calibration.

Members of the Auto Glass Safety Council’s (AGSC) ADAS Committee met yesterday in Indianapolis during Auto Glass Week. The main topic of discussion was the possible creation of a program designed to help educate its members on ADAS and calibrations.

The committee discussed at length a “best practices” type document that would provide education—guidance regarding calibration that not everyone in the industry may know as many myths abound.

It would then be up to individual companies and technicians to then refer to the tool providers for guidance on how to provide a calibration using that specific tool.

“When we put together the AGRSS™ Standard, all the adhesive companies came together. That’s what I am hoping we can do here—get all the tool companies together to come up with some basic guidance on what is true and what is not,” said Bob Beranek, committee chair.

After a lively discussion where various members provided input, the group voted that the AGSC Education Committee would report its findings.

The AGSC Board also met, and then members gathered for a reception to network with their peers.

Auto Glass Week opened September 4 and continues through Friday.

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