Opus IVS has launched ADAS Map, a software platform designed to identify ADAS systems, their components, precise component locations, necessary calibrations, and the underlying reasons for these calibrations.
According to Opus IVS, the technology automatically reviews CCC or Mitchell estimates and provides a detailed presentation of a specific vehicle’s ADAS requirements.
“Seamlessly integrated with CCC, Mitchell, Opus IVS DriveSafe, and the Opus IVS CoPilot platforms, ADAS Map streamlines the entire calibration process with unprecedented efficiency,” said Opus IVS.
Key features include an automated reporting system that quickly places pertinent information in the CCC attachments tab, providing a seamless workflow, and integration with repair information and shop management software provider Alldata.
According to Opus IVS, ADAS Map also improves estimating and repair planning accuracy, and significantly reduces ADAS calibration research time. Additionally, the company expects the streamlined process to lead to increased sales of ADAS services and calibrations, allowing businesses to tap into new revenue streams and solidify their position in a highly competitive market.
Opus IVS will showcase the technology at this year’s SEMA Show.