A windshield static camera calibration is a critical process in modern vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). It involves precisely aligning and calibrating the cameras mounted on the windshield or rearview mirror to ensure their accuracy in detecting and interpreting road conditions, lane markings, and objects. This calibration process typically takes place in a controlled environment, often at a specialized auto repair or service center, and uses precise tools and targets. During calibration, the vehicle’s cameras capture specific reference points or targets placed at known positions in front of the vehicle. The calibration software then adjusts the camera’s settings to ensure their field of view matches the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications. Proper windshield static camera calibration is crucial for the reliable operation of ADAS features like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and collision avoidance systems. Failure to calibrate these cameras correctly can result in inaccurate readings and potential safety risks on the road.