Tesla autopilot drives more than 3 billion miles to release an example of emergency automatic braking

Posted 2020-11-11 00:00:00 +0000 UTC

There are a lot of discussions on Tesla autopilot system on the Internet, but it is rare to report other safety functions triggered by Tesla semi-automatic driving assistance system, but these functions are provided free of charge in all vehicles, bringing more help for safe driving. A few days ago, Tesla released the Autopilot automatic driving system triggering the emergency braking function of the small video, which is very impressive and helps to avoid hitting the careless pedestrians. According to Tesla officials, these cases happen every day in real life. In fact, ENCAP has long disclosed the testing process of safety function triggered by Autopilot automatic driving system. Emergency automatic braking function can provide parking protection when encountering pedestrians crossing the road, but now we see its performance in real life and avoid the collision accident. These videos are from Andrej, head of artificial intelligence and computer vision processing at the scaled machine learning conference 2020 at the end of February 2020 Karpathy, one of the top experts in the field of computer vision and deep learning, Professor of Stanford University and the senior apprentice of Dr. Li Feifei, CO director of artificial intelligence), made a speech, and now these videos have appeared in social media. Through these three examples of emergency automatic braking video, we can see that pedestrians appear from the field of vision and both sides, and Tesla cars can brake in time. With the integrated teslacam dash cam feature, Tesla can capture and save these videos. "This car may not even install the Autopilot automatic driving system, but it will constantly monitor the surrounding environment, and it will brakes when you see someone in front of you." "We can see that this system can really avoid hitting people. There are hundreds of similar scenarios going on every day, which will not really work in all events, but a large part of them are," Kabasi said In addition to showing examples of emergency braking functions, Kabas also shared some interesting data on Tesla Autopilot autopilot system. Tesla Autopilot autopilot system has been running for 4 years. In November 2018, Tesla announced that all owners reached the first one billion miles. Now less than two years later, Tesla owners have increased their mileage by 2 billion miles to 3 billion miles. Unlike most auto manufacturers and technology companies, Tesla not only relies on in-house test fleets or simulations to collect data, but also uses its huge fleet of electric vehicle owners to collect data and improve its driving assistance functions. Finally, Tesla not only wants to use these data to improve the Autopilot automatic driving system, but also hopes to help road regulations and improve driving safety. According to Kabas, 1 billion of the 3 billion mileage mileage of the Autopilot autopilot system is driven by the Navigate (navigation) function of the Autopilot autopilot system, which can overtake at low speed and change the way out of the ramp exit. After the latest update, the navigation function has changed from the recommended lane change driver's confirmation to the full automatic lane change without confirmation. At present, 200000 full automatic lane changes have been completed. In addition, in October 2019, Tesla launched a new smart call function based on the previous one. Now it can let the car leave the parking lot by itself, avoid collision with all obstacles around, and directly navigate back to the owner. The use of Tesla summit function is 500000 people, while smart summit has completed 1.2 million conversations in just six months. Tesla is undoubtedly the king of data in terms of automatic driving. The upcoming beta function of stopping at traffic lights and stop signs has been online tested, but it has been renamed traffic light and stop sign control. For more information about Tesla's self driving, please follow Sina's follow-up report.

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