What types of recalibrations are there?

There are two types of recalibrations, static recalibration, and dynamic recalibration. A static recalibration is performed in a shop where the technician uses visual targets to set up precise distances that the camera will read. Dynamic calibration is performed on the road, requiring the vehicle to be driven on well-marked and well-signed roads. This allows the camera to read the elements of the roadway so the camera can be calibrated.
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