Past Tesletter articles
Since there is a lot of misinformation about how Tesla’s «tesla shadow mode» works, verygreen went on a Tweetstorm to try and throw some light about what it does do and doesn’t. In a sense it’s more advanced than what people think -lots of rules and triggers- but not what other people thought -like not constantly monitoring what the driver does and communicating discrepancies to Tesla. Pretty informative read, as always, from verygreen.
Read more: TwitterFrom issue #47
We’ve known for a while- thanks to greentheonly - that the current firmware includes stop sign and traffic light detection and reaction but it comes in disabled. Now, in the information released by Tesla about their Q2, we can read the following:
«We are making progress towards stopping at stop signs and traffic lights. This feature is currently operating in ‘shadow mode’ in the fleet, which compares our software algorithm to real-world driver behavior across tens of millions of instances around the world.»
Read more: TeslaratiFrom issue #70