At the ARSLAN Automotive booth, the AccuVision-3D automotive chassis measurement accuracy tool was discussed.
Accurately measuring the structural parts of a crashed vehicle before starting the repair is of utmost importance. To help workshops know the condition of the vehicle’s chassis and then carefully monitor its repair, ARSLAN introduced the AccuVision-3D system a few years ago.
The measuring tool is based on an electronic pointer and stereoscopic cameras. The accuracy of the AccuVision-3D measurement is 1 to 2 mm, whereas car manufacturers require an accuracy of 3 mm.
“The tool is easy to use and you don’t need to position the vehicle on a straightening bench to take the measurements,” explains Gabriel Yelle-Guerin of ARSLAN. “What’s important is that you can document the measurements and put them in your digital or paper file. We can also add the results of the measurements once the job is done, to show that the repair was well done. Since our system is linked to the Mitchell repair platform, all the data is updated regularly.”