Windshield Camera Recalibration

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Do you have a camera mounted on or near your windshield? The forward facing cameras are part of your vehicle’s ADAS (advanced driver assistance safety system) and are designed to protect you and your vehicle while on the road. When damage happens to this type of windshield damage occurs, these camera systems need to be recalibrated. Only professionals trained and experienced in calibrating these systems with the equipment technology can calibrate these systems.

It’s not uncommon to have a car with these safety features – they are common upgrades today.  STG technicians are experienced with the recalibration process and will help ensure your vehicle continues to protect you. These systems protect drivers through a range of capabilities, creating a barrier safety net around the vehicle to help reduce the risk of collision. Front facing cameras help ensure a drivers safety while on the road.

If you need a windshield replacement, STG will replace your windshield and recalibrate your vehicle’s camera supported advanced safety system.

    Forward Collision Alert
    Adaptive Cruise Control
    Lane Keep Assist
    Pedestrian Detection
    Traffic Sign Recognition
    Lane Departure Warning System
    Collision Mitigating Braking
    Blind Spot Monitoring
    Adaptive Headlighting
    Driver Status Monitoring

    Types of Windshield Camera Recalibration

    When you make an appointment with STG, you’ll be alerted if the vehicle needs recalibration services after a replacement. At the time of your appointment, a STG technician trained in recalibration will complete the recalibration required by your vehicle.  Different manufacturers require either a static or dynamic process and for some vehicles, both are required.

    • Dynamic Recalibration – Requires driving the vehicle at a set speed on well-marked roads to recalibrate the camera system.  Typically takes up to one hour or more, depending on the make and model of the vehicle.
    • Static Recalibration – Requires a specific target image mounted on a fixture in front of the vehicle during the recalibration process.  Typically takes up to one hour or more, depending on the make and model of the vehicle.

    Contact us today to learn about your options.