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Tesla Model 3
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Re:Tesla Model 3
« Risposta #1 il: Luglio 30, 2017, 03:21:34 »
Ma in Italia le auto che guidano da sole sono gia' in giro? ???

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Re:Tesla Model 3
« Risposta #2 il: Luglio 30, 2017, 10:03:33 »
certo, abbiamo appena attivato anche la pre-crimine 8)

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Re:Tesla Model 3
« Risposta #3 il: Luglio 30, 2017, 14:02:05 »
Siamo su IMM, risposte serie pls. ;)
Cmq ho letto che la Tesla auto-pilot in realta' e' solo per quando si e' in autostrada, e non si puo' usare per lungo tempo, quindi in realta' e' piu' un drive-assist che altro.
Per le auto completamente autonome bisognera' aspettare ancora un po'...

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Re:Tesla Model 3
« Risposta #4 il: Agosto 04, 2017, 11:24:28 »
Siamo su IMM, risposte serie pls. ;)
Cmq ho letto che la Tesla auto-pilot in realta' e' solo per quando si e' in autostrada, e non si puo' usare per lungo tempo, quindi in realta' e' piu' un drive-assist che altro.
Per le auto completamente autonome bisognera' aspettare ancora un po'...

in Italia è vietato usare l'autopilot al di fuori dell'autostrada, negli altri paesi si può

Autopilot was first offered on October 9, 2014, for Tesla Model S, followed by the Model X upon its release.[4][5] Autopilot was part of a US$2,500 "Tech Package" option. At that time Autopilot features included semi-autonomous drive and parking capabilities.[6][7][8] Initial versions of Autopilot were developed in partnership with the Israeli company Mobileye.[9] Tesla and Mobileye ended their partnership in July 2016.[10][11]

In October 2015, Tesla released software package version 7.0 with Autopilot to its customers.[12] In December 2015, Tesla announced that it will remove some self-driving features to discourage customers from engaging in risky behavior. Autopilot Firmware 7.1 made those changes and includes remote parking technology known as Summon that can park and "unpark" without the driver in the car.[13][14][15]

On August 31, 2016, Elon Musk announced Autopilot Firmware 8.0, that processes radar signals to create a coarse point cloud similar to Lidar to help navigate in low visibility conditions, and even to 'see' in front of the car ahead.[16][17] Autopilot, as of version 8, uses radar as the primary sensor instead of the camera.[18] In November 2016, Autopilot 8.0 was updated to have a more noticeable signal that it is engaged and it requires drivers to touch the steering wheel more frequently, otherwise Autopilot will turn off.[19] By November 2016, Autopilot had operated actively on hardware version 1 vehicles for 300 million miles (500 million km) and 1.3 billion miles (2 billion km) in shadow mode.[20]

As of October 2016, all Tesla vehicles come with the necessary sensing and computing hardware, known has Hardware version 2 (HW2), for future fully autonomous operation (SAE Level 5), with software being made available as it matures.[21] The company offers various free/extra-cost options for enabling Autopilot-associated features/services. Autopilot on hardware version 1 cars is available for US$2,500 ($3,000 after delivery) and for HW2 cars, Autopilot is available as "Enhanced Autopilot" for $5,000 ($6,000 after delivery) and additionally full self-driving capability is $3,000 ($4,000 after delivery).[22]

The first release of Autopilot for HW2 cars was in February 2017. It included adaptive cruise control, autosteer that was enabled on divided highways, autosteer on 'local roads’ up to a speed of 35 mph or a specified number of mph over the local speed limit.[23] Firmware version 8.1 for HW2 began in June 2017 that has many new features including a new Autopilot driving-assist algorithm, full-speed braking and handling parallel and perpendicular parking.[24]

On April 28, 2017, Elon Musk predicted that in around two years drivers would be able to sleep in their Tesla until it finishes the trip.[25]