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Finally! Tesla starts using cabin cameras to monitor drivers using Autopilot

28/05/2021

Tesla is starting to use its cabin cameras to make sure that drivers are paying attention when the Autopilot and the Full Self-Driving features are engaged. This information comes from Kevin Smith who tweetted the respective software update of his Tesla Model Y. Delivery was super smooth. Summon and lane departure...
Tesla is starting to use its cabin cameras to make sure that drivers are paying attention when the Autopilot and the Full Self-Driving features are engaged. This information comes from Kevin Smith who tweetted the respective software update of his Tesla Model Y. Delivery was super smooth. Summon and lane departure avoidance disabled for now, increased follow distance, hard cap at 75, requires auto brights or kicks out of AP, cabin camera for driver monitoring.. nothing unexpected yet. pic.twitter.com/gKIkHSGNI7 — Kevin Smith (@spleck) May 27, 2021 Here’s the automaker’s statement, as can be seen from the photos of the tweet.…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla Tesla is starting to use its cabin cameras to make sure that drivers are paying attention when the Autopilot and the Full Self-Driving features are engaged. This information comes from Kevin Smith who tweetted the respective software update of his Tesla Model Y. Delivery was super smooth. Summon and lane departure avoidance disabled for now, increased follow distance, hard cap at 75, requires auto brights or kicks out of AP, cabin camera for driver monitoring.. nothing unexpected yet. pic.twitter.com/gKIkHSGNI7 — Kevin Smith (@spleck) May 27, 2021 Here’s the automaker’s statement, as can be seen from the photos of the tweet.…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
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