ADAS features aren’t usually standard and are often limited to certain trims or packages. As more OEMs add ADAS capabilities, it’s harder to keep track of who’s delivering what and how causing ADAS problems. Insurance carriers and their service providers must know which ADAS features are on each vehicle to right-price policies and manage insurance claims with a better grasp of repair costs and vehicle value. OEMs’ marketing lingo confuses customers and businesses who sell, insure, and repair these automobiles. Research websites, portals, and dealerships must be able to use and convey this data to end users.
- Recognizing how drivers react to ADAS is unpredictable.
- How to Address ADAS Challenges in India.
- How OEMs, insurers, and service shops can improve efficiencies by understanding competition and ADAS adoption data.
- Determining whether elective ADAS technology is present can be tricky. However, these features are becoming standard on particular trims, which can be identified via VIN search services.
- Businesses can educate stakeholders with a training module on ADAS system functionality (e.g., radar frequencies and driver notification transmission). This data can be used for consumer-facing and internal products.