National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairman Jennifer Homendy, in an interview with Wall Street Journel Tesla means “totally self-driving” FSD before extending the mod basic security issues said it should address it.
Tesla CEO who said earlier this month that the company aims to release a broader FSD version by the end of September Elon Musk mentioned that he wanted to offer a “public beta button” to his customers; however, before these vehicles are ready to drive on city streets, an update must first be made to the software designed for driving on highways.
Advanced driver system is overrated:
Homendy , “misleading and irresponsible” for ‘full self-tick driving’, which he described as ” Leads a large number of people to misuse and abuse technology,” and harshly criticized Tesla.
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According to documents obtained by in May, Tesla’s Autopilot software director, California Department of Motor Vehicles by Musk that the capabilities of the advanced driver assistance system, the forerunner of the FSD, is overrated had said.
NTSB’s warnings do not seem to care much for Tesla:
In February 2020, the NTSB determined that Tesla’s Autopilot driver assistance system was one of the possible causes of a fatal traffic accident in 2018, and that the driver who plays mobile games while Autopilot is active can rely on Autopilot’s capabilities. more than enough claimed to trust him.
The NTSB also reviewed Tesla’s 2017 safety recommendations on Autopilot. Ignoring claimed. The agency told Tesla and five other auto companies that it will make it harder for drivers to misuse advanced driver systems. security measures and told automakers where and when to use such driver assistance systems. limitation should be recommended.
Although Tesla increased the frequency of warnings if the driver takes their hands off the wheel while Autopilot is active, it was the only automaker that did not give an official response to these warnings and recommendations from the NTSB.