Last November, Tesla introduced the Navigate on Autopilot technology, which will use the car's navigation system to calculate the need to change lanes for seamless driving on the highway. The system was a step in the right direction, if it comes to autonomous cars, but still requires a careful driver to agree to change the lane before the car can move on its own. Thanks to the new upgrade of the air today, the system no longer requires confirmation, and will perform salt changes.
"Telesla Navigation" is a step in the right direction
Tesla late night deploying a new function for its semi-autonomous control system called "Navigation …
Read  According to Tesla, the Navigate on Autopilot system has been tested through 66 million kilometers of consumer driving and has offered and executed more than 9 million changes. From the track record to continue, Tesla now returns to the ability of owners to allow the system to change lane on a highway without a driver Wed While you are on the highway and your navigation system has a destination, the system can accept it by default.
The system will now tell the driver what the change will take, and will give them the opportunity to look around to ensure the safety of the lane change. your view through the shoulder will notice a car skipped by the system, you can cancel the action by moving the stem of the turn signal, or by clicking on the touch screen of the cancellation notification.
Tesla is cautious in describing the new software by carefully avoiding the issue of complete autonomy. The system requires your hands on the wheel.
This function does not make the car autonomous, and changes in the lane will only occur when the driver's hands are on the wheel. As always, as long as these non-driver cars are approved and approved by regulators, drivers are responsible for their car and must constantly monitor them.
t I have a glance at the track record of Tesla drivers that very few of them will be watching around or even recognizing pop up. Those who use it properly will benefit greatly, but those who use this system improperly will now have even more incentives to get away from the road or soda tape to the steering wheel to cheat it in their thinking hands on the wheel.
Do not be an idiot. Bring your eyes to the car's computer. Pay attention. Please,