Latest in Tesla Tesla Autopilot 2.0 Fails Epicly on Windy Road
By Steve Crowe · 27 February, 2017 • Watch a Tesla Model S with Autopilot 2.0 engaged repeatedly fail to stay in its lane on a windy road. The incident serves as a good remember that Autopilot users always need to keep their hands on the wheel.Tesla Crashes Down 40% with Autopilot, Feds Say
By Steve Crowe · 19 January, 2017 • The US government exonerates Tesla for the May 2016 fatal accident that killed Joshua Brown. In fact, the NHTSA crash report found Tesla’s crash rate has dropped 40 percent after the company installed its semi-autonomous Autopilot software.How Tesla Autopilot Sees the Road in Real Time
By Steve Crowe · 21 November, 2016 • Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets a video that shows how Tesla Autopilot sees the road in real time, sharing views from three cameras mounted on the self-driving car.All Teslas Will Have Built-in Self-Driving Hardware
By RT Staff · 20 October, 2016 • Tesla will produce its cars with all the "hardware needed for full self-driving capability." However, the self-driving system won't be turned on until further testing is performed. This is a major move for Tesla as it moves away from the semi-autonomous nature of its Autopilot system to a fully autonomous system.Tesla Autopilot 2.0 a Step Closer to Autonomous Driving
By Steve Crowe · 12 August, 2016 • Tesla Autopilot 2.0 is reportedly coming soon, and it will feature a new front-facing triple camera array and additional radar to achieve level 3 autonomous driving.Google Self-Driving Car Exec Talks Fatal Tesla Crash
By Steve Crowe · 4 August, 2016 • Due to the semi-autonomous nature of Tesla Autopilot, a Google self-driving car executive says it was the responsibility of Joshua Brown, who was killed in an accident while his Model S was on Autopilot, to be cautious.Mobileye, Tesla End Self-Driving Car Relationship
By Steve Crowe · 26 July, 2016 • Mobileye, the largest supplier of camera-based advanced driver assistance safety systems, will no longer work with Tesla on its Autopilot system beyond the current product cycle.Tesla Self-Driving Buses, Trucks Part of Musk’s Master Plan
By Steve Crowe · 21 July, 2016 • Elon Musk's Master Plan, Part Deux includes Tesla self-driving trucks and buses, both of which are in the early stages of development and should be unveiled some time in 2017.Why Tesla Autopilot Should be Disabled
By Steve Crowe · 14 July, 2016 • Consumer watchdog Consumer Reports is urging Tesla to disable its Autopilot semi-autonomous driving system following a series of crashes, one of which was fatal. Consumer Reports says that "consumers should never be guinea pigs for vehicle safety 'beta' programs."Tesla Autopilot Causes 2 More Accidents
By Steve Crowe · 12 July, 2016 • A Tesla Model X driving on Autopilot crashed on Montana State Highway 2 while driving between 55-60 MPH. Neither the driver nor his passenger were injured in the accident, but it was serious enough to destroy the car.Aftermath of the Deadly Tesla Autopilot Crash
By Steve Crowe · 1 July, 2016 • Witnesses to the aftermath of deadly Tesla said Autopilot continued to drive the Model S for hundreds of yards.Autopilot Never Designed to Avoid Scenario of Fatal Accident
By Steve Crowe · 1 July, 2016 • Mobileye said its technology that powers Tesla Autopilot wasn't designed to handle the scenario that led to the first fatal accident involving a self-driving car.Tesla Autopilot Involved in First Fatal Self-Driving Car Accident
By Brad Templeton · 1 July, 2016 • The Autopilot sensors on a Tesla Model S failed to distinguish a white tractor-trailer crossing the highway against a bright sky, resulting in the first fatal car accident involving a self-driving car.Missy Cummings: Self-Driving Cars Need to Happen
By RT Staff · 1 July, 2016 • The head of Duke University's robotics program weighs in on whether self-driving cars will overcome a fatal accident, the irresponsibility of Tesla's Autopilot system, and when she'll be ready to adopt an autonomous vehicle.Tesla Model S Autonomously Crashes on Highway
By Steve Crowe · 26 May, 2016 • A Tesla Model S on Autopilot driving in Switzerland fails to recognize a stopped van and accelerates into the rear of the van. According to the driver, none of the Autopilot safety features worked properly.
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