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Autopilot predicted the accident

Tesla Model S Autopilot

Autopilot predicted the accident

While Tesla continues to develop the autopilot system it offers in its vehicles, the latest features are life-saving.


The autopilot, in which Tesla conducts a sustained development process, continues to acquire new abilities with published development updates, while events that demonstrate how important these improvements are in daily life continue to fail. The radar system, which began to be incorporated into Tesla automobiles since 2014, needs to work integratedly with the cameras in the car in order to actively work. Elon Musk and his team plan to use the radar system together with new updates as a starting system.



Describing the common use of the sensors and 3D virtual estimation system in the vehicle model on the driver’s screen, Tesla noted that with the 8.0 update, it was six times more functional than the radar system and successful in identifying objects. In addition, with the system constantly controlling the vehicle, the most emphasized development was the accident prevention forecasting system, which made a significant improvement in the forecast level. Perhaps the most realistic test of the system that Tesla users were able to perceive and predict about the two cars in front of them while running on the freeway with the update and integrated with the anti-collision brakes was realized with a live event. In the case of Holland, the Tesla Model X, which is going on the freeway, gives warning signals about two seconds before the accident happened. You can get related video from the above visual.

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Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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