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Mobileye criticizes safety of Tesla’s Autopilot feature
The company Mobileye, which until July did his cameras and algorithms for detecting collisions Tesla, criticizes the safety of Tesla’s autopilot. According to the CTO of the company Tesla pushes the boundaries when it comes to safety.
Tesla logo In July broke Mobileye ties with Tesla, because there were disagreements about how the technique for observation and warning systems company was started by Tesla. Now says Mobileye- cto Amnon Shashua in an interview with Reuters that the AutoPilot feature Tesla is not made for all possible accident situations.
The CTO stressed that the Mobileye technology is intended to assist and not an autonomous system. A spokesman for Tesla responded Wednesday by making the statements Shashua that the system has never been described as a technique for autonomous driving. Therefore, drivers should always be warned their hands on the wheel to keep. However, it was possible for the wheel ‘minutes, reports Reuters.
The break between the companies arose after a fatal accident had occurred with Tesla in the US state of Florida. Recently announced Tesla a new update of its software, which includes radar is used for observation as a primary system. Until now assigned this role to the camera.
Adjustments have been made to the way the function is used to automatically send. Drivers who last ignore warnings that they should keep their hands on the wheel, the function can only turn on again when the car comes to a complete standstill. According to Reuters, it is possible after the update to send three minutes to completely let go, while the vehicle follows a preceding vehicle.Viewing:-97
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