ADAS Advanced Auxiliary Driving Function Calibration Equipment
ADAS Advanced Assisted Driving Calibration Equipment includes:
EPS electric power steering system
ESP body electronic stability system
AFC adaptive headlights
ACC adaptive cruise
NV night vision
HUD head up display
RVC rear view impact function calibration
EPB electronic hand brake function
360 degree panoramic image calibration function
Vehicle wheel eyebrow height measurement
Automatic emergency brake detection
Body brake energy recovery detection
Fully automatic parking
LDW /LKA lane departure warning calibration / lane keeping
LCA / BSD lane change aid / blind spot detection
EPS electric power steering system
The ADAS Advanced Auxiliary Driving Calibration Equipment provides real and effective data for the EPS system, ensuring that the sensor truly reflects the physical characteristics of the car's steering wheel.
Electric Power Steering (EPS) is a power steering system that relies directly on the motor to provide auxiliary torque. Compared with the traditional hydraulic power steering system HPS (Hydraulic Power Steering), the EPS system has many advantages. The EPS is mainly composed of a torque sensor, a motor, a speed reduction mechanism, and an electronic control unit (ECU).
According to the installation position of the assisted motor, the EPS system can be divided into three types: steering shaft assist type, gear assist type and rack assist type. The motor of the steering shaft assist type EPS is fixed on one side of the steering shaft, and is connected to the steering shaft through a speed reduction mechanism to directly drive the steering shaft to assist steering. The gear-assisted EPS motor and speed reduction mechanism are connected to the pinion gear to directly drive the gear assist steering. The rack-assisted EPS motor and speed reduction mechanism directly drive the rack to provide assistance.
360 degree panoramic image calibration device
The panoramic surround image system captures the scene around the vehicle and combines the surrounding scenes into a 360° panorama through the controller, showing an image similar to the overhead shot from above the vehicle. The accuracy of the panorama image stitching will directly affect the user experience. Cameras and vehicles may be offset from design values during processing and assembly, and these deviations can cause panoramic images. The panoramic view of the panoramic view system is designed to calibrate according to the actual vehicle to ensure the effect of the panoramic image. The calibration system consists of a calibration master control system, a vehicle aligning device, a calibration plate, and a process lighting device.
Lane keeping system
The lane keeping assist system is one of the intelligent driving assistance systems. It can control the brake control coordination device based on the lane departure warning system (LDWS).
Support is provided for keeping the vehicle in the lane by means of a camera identifying the lane of the lane with the aid of a camera while driving.
If the vehicle approaches the identified marking line and may leave the driving lane, it will draw the driver's attention through the vibration of the steering wheel or the sound.
If the lane keeping assist system recognizes the marking lines on both sides of the lane, the system is on standby. This is indicated by the green light in the combination dashboard.
When the system is on standby, if a turn signal is hit before the jump over the marking line, the warning signal will be blocked and the driver will be deemed to be consciously changing lanes.