The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has announced that the Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) will be mandatory for all new cars from 2020.
The AEBS detects a potential front-end collision, alerts the driver through an audible and visual warning and activates the vehicle brakes if the driver does not react immediately, by applying a deceleration to prevent or reduce the severity of a crash with an obstacle, a pedestrian or another vehicle.
The automatic braking system is only one of the many ADAS fitted on vehicles today. In this respect, the European Parliament has already approved the proposal to make driver assistance systems mandatory on all new type-approved vehicles as soon as possible.
The constant and ever-increasing diffusion of these technologies has led to an increase in repair interventions by body shops, multi-brand workshops and glass repair specialists.
In order to provide practical help to repair professionals, TEXA has developed RCCS, a complete, modular and multi-brand kit that allows intervening quickly and easily on all the ADAS fitted on vehicles, to perform static and dynamic calibrations.