Autel says it is the world leader in providing professional vehicle diagnostic equipment

Newer model cars and trucks may feature the new technology ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems).
These systems integrate data and AI technology to improve occupant safety and help to prepare for the future of autonomous driving.
The many types of ADAS technology include Adaptive Cruise Control, Adaptive Lighting Control, Automatic Braking, Automatic Parking, Blind Spot Detection, Collision Avoidance Systems, Driver Drowsiness Detection, GPS Navigation, Hill Descent Control, Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Lane Departure Warning Systems, Night Vision, and Tyre Pressure Monitoring.
Mechanics need a reliable tool to assist them in diagnosing and troubleshooting these types of systems. It’s also important that mechanics have the capability of carrying out the reprogramming required to complete the repair work. This is getting more complicated as cars are getting more intelligent.
Autel says it provides the tools for diagnosing and reprogramming ADAS and that it has the answer for the increasingly high technical demand when it comes to autonomous light vehicles. It operates with an engineering team based in China, collaborating with tool owners around the world, and with data supplied from the US, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Autel says that its customers can upgrade from an Autel scanner to a full ADAS calibration system and mobile windscreen repair system to further maximise profits from specialised repairs.

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