ADAS Service Training
Connie & Dick’s Owner, Scott Brown has partnered with AESwave.com and is providing hands-on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems training for their customers at the C&D facility.
Service training includes restricted access to an extensive training video to be consumed prior to attending the full-day hands-on service training course.
Training is offered at no charge for customers purchasing ADAS support tool systems from AESwave.com. (1)
The private session is typically held on a Saturday and runs from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Students will receive an in-depth overview of machine vision perception systems including live demonstrations of an AI computer using cameras to detect and classify objects. We will also demonstrate RADAR and LiDAR and the various tools that can be used by engineers to help the vehicle systems navigate complex environments which enable them to intelligently understand and deal with objects residing in the world coordinates around the vehicle. A great part of the session will be performing hands-on calibration procedures, failure analysis, case studies, and diagnostics on late-model vehicles. We will also cover Toyota Motor Corporation vehicles by covering VCH and RoB and how Techstream can be used to access historic vehicle information including image sequence recordings. Additionally, we will discuss best practices and workflow documentation processes.
The calibration service routines performed during training are the same services typically required following services such as windshield replacement, wheel alignment & suspension repair, tire size changes, collision repair, and service events where major vehicle disassembly is required.
The forward-facing camera (FFC) which typically supports functions such as LKAS, LTA, LDW, ACC may require either a static or dynamic calibration routine to be carried out. Radar sensors which are used to support various ADAS features such as AEB, ACC, RCTA, BSM, and more, may also require similar calibration procedures.
If you would like to know more about this offering from AES, please call 877-351-9573
(1) Conditions apply, contact AESwave for more details.
LKAS – Lane Keeping Assist System
LTA – Lane Tracing Assist
LDW – Lane Departure Warning
ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control
AEB – Automated Emergency Braking
RCTA – Rear Cross Traffic Alert
BSM – Blind Spot Monitoring
VRU – Vulnerable Road Users
NOA – Navigate On Autopilot
RADAR – RAdio Detection And Ranging
LiDAR – Light Detection and Ranging
SONAR – SOund Navigation And Ranging
VCH – Vehicle Control History
RoB – Record of Behavior
Technicians today are seeing more and more vehicles populated with various activate safety systems used to support Advanced Driver Assistance Operations such as ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control, AEB – Automated Emergency Braking, LDW – Lane Departure Warning, BSM – Blind Spot Monitoring and more. Many of the service operations such as collision repair, whindshield replacement, suspension/alignment repair, etc, performed on these late model vehicles vehicle may now require additional service steps to be carried out after service to ensure that these active safety systems are performing optimally.
Call AESwave for more info about ADAS service and calibration equipment, training and support: 877-351-9573
ADAS Visuals for Training on Perception Systems
Check out this video training session presented at the 2020 California Automotive Teachers Conference on October 17th. Scott Brown provided educators with information on some of the visual tools he and AESwave use in their ADAS training courses.
ADAS need to be able to ensure public safety. To do this a number of AI methodologies are used to protect vulnerable road users (VRUs). The on-board perception systems need to be able to 1st identify and then react. Service personnel interacting with these systems must ensure proper calibration and operations before placing the vehicle back into service.
Gain a deeper understanding on how radar sensors work and how they’re used to help the vehicle on-board perception systems understand the space around the vehicle.
Some vehicle services require that the radar sensor be recalibrated such as following a wheel alignment, sensor removal, sensor replacement, etc. Performing these calibrations will help to increase the accuracy and overall performance of the radar sensor so that it can support the system operational design domain (ODD).