The final thesis discusses the process of developing automated measuring system for laboratory exercise driving stability in turns. The introduction part presents theoretical basics from the field of stability of the vehicle when driving in turns. Furthermore, the basics of computer vision are presented, namely the identification of shapes and colors and the determination of the location of center of gravity. In the initial stage of development, the model of the vehicle and measuring equipment are presented. The following is a complete experimental part with which we determined the method for reliable tracking of the vehicle model regardless of the lighting conditions in the room. The last part of development involves the correction of optical distortion due to the use of the wide-angle camera and the display of the acceleration measurement on the vehicle model. In the final part, there is comparison of the old manual and new automated measuring system together with the most important findings. The final thesis includes also Tracker user guide in the appendix.