SEMA 2021: Advanced ADAS and Alignment tools from Chief, Rotary Lift

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Mike Croker, Global Repair and Training Product Manager, Chief, with the Mosaic ADT calibration system. PHOTO Huw Evans

In the last decade, advancing vehicle technology has required collision centres to make major investments in ADAS calibration equipment.

At the 2021 SEMA Show, Vehicle Service Group (VSG), through its Chief Collision Technology brand, showcased its new Mosaic ADT calibration system.

Developed in conjunction with Burke Porter Group, the Mosaic ADT represents the industry’s first automated ADAS calibration system.

It uses self-diagnostic target and vehicle checks as well as advanced radar and laser information sequencing.

The system also updates with the latest OEM repair procedures so technicians always have the newest information available, plus each technician must go through a certified training program to operate the system.

And because it captures every single piece of calibration and repair data and stores it in the cloud, it allows access to that information to ensure ADAS calibrations were performed correctly on a specific vehicle.

VSG also showcased, via its Rotary Lift brand, the new portable R1090 Pro 3D system that allows alignments to be performed in-house in just about any part of the shop.

Highly suited for high volume shops, the R1090 enables fast, accurate alignments via its exclusive 3D target reading software, plus a WiFi-enabled tablet allows the technician to view suspension adjustments in real-time, improving both accuracy and efficiency.

Scott Field,from Rotary Lift with the new R1090 Pro 3D portable alignment system. PHOTO Huw Evans
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