Autel U.S. has released another round of 2023-24 vehicle model advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) calibration coverage software.
This release provides coverage for common systems on many Audi, General Motors, Porsche, Hyundai/Kia, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Stellantis models to all MaxiSYS tablet owners – the MS906 Pro and higher with active ADAS calibration software subscriptions.
Autel also announced it is taking pre-orders for its new Subaru wide-angle, mono-camera calibration target set.
Specific trim lines of Subaru Outback, Ascent, Legacy and Crosstrek vehicles feature a wide-angle, mono-camera designed to work with the EyeSight system – a camera-based driver assistance system – to recognize pedestrians and bicycles entering the roadways from the sides.
The Subaru target set is compatible with all ADAS calibration frame systems.
The new software release is for the component calibration of the following safety and convenience systems including Adaptive Cruise Control; Central ADAS Decision Module; Central Vision Processing Module/Surround View; Departure Warning; Driver Assist System Module; Forward Facing Camera Module; Haptic Lane Feedback; Image Processing Module B; Night Vision System; Park Assist Module; and Rear Collision Mitigation.
To see the list of vehicle brands and models included in this new calibration coverage, click here.