Tesla, the brand known for making impressive next-generation eco-friendly cars releases its Autopilot feature. Furthermore, read ahead to know more about the feature. Also, find out more about the software that Tesla is using in this feature.
The company is trending globally for making eco-friendly impressive cars. Furthermore, the very same cars provide a powerful electric engine and smooth acceleration. No wonder why people and most importantly our mother nature loves Tesla.
Thanks to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, and his creative ideas that has led his company to perform so well. Also, Tesla Model X, Tesla Model 3, Cyber Truck are some of its latest best-known productions.
Also, the company is using the scrap part of its Tesla Model 3 car to make ventilators. Furthermore, the ventilators are then provided to the hospitals in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic crisis.
The Autopilot Software
Tesla has begun the release of Software Update 2020.12.6 Software in the United States. Furthermore, the update includes Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control for Autopilot feature. Moreover, all those Tesla owners who have purchased the Full Self-Driving suite are eligible for this update.
The update enables Tesla vehicles to automatically react to traffic lights and signals. Furthermore, this happens when you use Traffic-Aware Cruise Control or Autosteer as a part of Navigate on Autopilot.
Also, there is a Beta version of it. In this, the drivers will be informed by the software about the action the vehicle is about to perform seconds before approaching a traffic signal. Furthermore, the Traffic Light Software released on 16th April 2020 as a part of the Early Access Program.
This shows how confident it is with its Autopilot feature in terms of safety and reliability.
Availability Of The Autopilot Software
Currently, the AUtopilot feature is only available in the United States. Furthermore, it needs more time to update and improve its software for other countries. Since every country has different traffic rules, therefore the software should be according to the traffic rules of that country.
Therefore, it will take some time before officially launch the Autopilot feature in other countries like Canada, Mexico, and many more.