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Front-Facing Camera Calibration

Front-facing cameras are an important part of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), which are a suite of safety features that can help to reduce the risk of accidents.

ADAS systems use a variety of sensors, including radars, lasers, and cameras, to detect objects and hazards in the road. This information is then used to alert the driver or to take evasive action, such as audible sound, braking or steering.

Front-facing cameras are typically located behind the rearview mirror and are used for a variety of purposes, including lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control. 

In order to function properly, windshield-mounted front-facing cameras need to be calibrated after the new glass gets installed. This is usually performed by our certified technician and ensures that the cameras are properly aligned and that they provide accurate information to the driver.

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