ADAS Repair Calibration Working Group

Mission/Goal

  • Establish standards for evaluating the repairability and calibration of vehicles’ Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) following low and high-speed collisions
    • Restoration of post repair ADAS system performance
    • Calibration of ADAS
  • Review vehicle design and calibration practices collectively, incorporating the knowledge and expertise of participating members to help in the following areas:
    • Vehicle manufacturers need to understand the need for a consistent approach to ensure system calibration repairability is considered during vehicle design
    • Based on global vehicle designs, calibration repairability considerations should be based on the same premise
    • ADAS Calibration options should incorporate a common sense approach that provides repairers worldwide with the ability to safely return a vehicle to pre-damage condition
    • ADAS Calibration options should be based on prescribed training, equipment and expertise that can be applied on a global basis in car repair workshops
    • Engage vehicle manufactures to pro-actively share knowledge and ideas to collectively develop ADAS calibration and repair options and alternatives

Group Chair and Contact Information

Jaewon Lee
Korea Insurance Development Institute (KIDI)

37, 813 Beongil, Jinsangmi-ro, Sulsung-myun,
Icheon-si, GyeongGi-Do, Republic of Korea
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Group Members

  • Allstate - USA
  • AXA - Switzerland
  • AZT -Germany
  • Centro Zaragoza - Spain
  • CESVI - Argentina
  • CESVI - Brasil
  • CESVI - Colombia
  • CESVI - France
  • CESVI - Mexico
  • CESVIMAP - Spain
  • CIRI – China
  • IAG - Australia
  • IIHS/HLDI - USA
  • JKC - Japan
  • KART - Korea
  • KTI – Germany
  • MRC - Malaysia
  • Thatcham - UK

Published Papers

TBN

Current Work Activity

  • Sharing ADAS calibration and Conducting needs analysis to determine the need for a stand alone RCAR Design Guide
  • Improve working relationships with industry partners (work in progress)