According to the latest report by Tesla, it claims that the latest version of Autopilot, which is one of the trademarks of its line of e-vehicles. The last updates suggest that now it is able to stop at traffic lights. However, in the past, some Tesla owners complain that it doesn’t just stop at red lights but now it slows down at green light.
In the past weeks, Tesla drivers have reported receiving a software update from the company that included the “Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control,” which is made to slow down and stop the vehicle for visible traffic lights or stop signs.
The company, Tesla (TSLA) describes in official statements that the software is in the developer state or called a beta stage. It means that the software is unfinished and unstable. So, we can assume a stable software will be released soon on. Testing can be important as it improves and helps the artificial intelligence to collect and gather data from learns from drivers and the behaviors of data.
A visual brief shows up on the dashboard as the vehicle moves toward a convergence that peruses, “Halting for traffic control in 300 ft. Use quickening agent or voyage tail to proceed.” The quantity of feet in the message seems to change contingent upon how close the vehicle is to the stop sign or traffic signal.
“This element will be preservationist, stoppage regularly from the start, and won’t endeavor to turn through convergences,” Tesla says in an announcement that appeared in the support screen of Tesla proprietors’ vehicles after the update is introduced.
Tesla proprietors have posted recordings and depicted via web-based networking media how the framework has started to slow their vehicles for green lights. Furthermore, in one case, a driver posted a video demonstrating the vehicle easing back to 6 MPH before a green light.
“This element may not stop for all traffic controls,” Tesla alerts in the announcement. Drivers are reminded that they should keep on focusing and be prepared to make a prompt move.
Specialists says that the product brings up the issue of whether controllers ought to permit incomplete programming to be discharged to general society. Tesla has made a propensity for propelling items before they’re consummated, with Musk himself tweeting in 2016 that Autopilot’s legitimate “Beta” status was to stress the product’s deficient status.