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Issue 13 - Tesla deliveries and projections
Here’s a couple of pretty cool videos showing a visualization of the Tesla interpreted radar data. The size of the circle indicates how close the object is while the color represents the type (green - moving, orange - stationary, yellow - stopped). It is neat to be able to see what the radar sees, great work verygreen and DamianXVI!
As spoiled by the last mobile app release notes :P, version 2018.24 -launched today- introduces the ability of limiting vehicle speed limit both from the car and the mobile app.
In analyzing the Tesla subset of the MIT-AVT dataset, Lex Fridman said: “I came across the need to estimate how many Tesla vehicles have been delivered, and how many of them have Autopilot and which version of Autopilot hardware.”
The post was last updated on June 17th, 2018 and includes an FAQ section with questions received.
We’d all love our Tesla to predict when cars are merging, specially when there’s a lot of traffic. It seems this feature is already in development, according to Elon Musk’s tweet.
Read more: Twitter
It seems like the release notes of the mobile app contain a spoiler of what’s coming up in release 2018.24 :-O
Read more: Reddit
The Model 3 has small jack points, messing up when changing the tires could puncture the battery liner. How should it be done?
Read more: Reddit
Full review including images. Thank you SoFlaModel3 for sharing.
What the acronym?
As Tesla fan I find myself sometimes having to remember what are all those acronyms, here is a list of the ones you can find in this issue.
- MIT-AVT - MIT Autonomous Vehicle Technology Study
- MX - Model X
- MS - Model S
- M3 - Model 3
- AP - Autopilot
- AP1 - Autopilot hardware released after late September 2014 and before October 2016
- AP2 - Autopilot hardware released after October 2016 and before August 2017
- AP2.5 - Autopilot hardware released after August 2017
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