AutoComplete: Tesla gives Autopilot a bit of radar love
Today is Monday, September 12 and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Tesla's giving it's auto pilot driver assistance system a big upgrade I love.
The company announced that the 8.0 update for its oft maligned auto pilot will include an increased reliance on its radar system using fleet learning to mark and remove false positives from the system.
The update will deactivate auto steer until the car's parked for drivers that continually ignore dashboard warnings.
And it will now follow highway exit ramps as well.
Not all airbag issues are related to Secada's.
GM's latest recall is for an entirely different airbag issue, but it's still a serious problem affection some 3.6 million Million vehicles in the United States.
Bad code may prevent airbag deployment in the event of an accident, but thankfully a quick software fix is all this needed to remedy the issue.
Volvo just launched this ambitious drive me program in Sweden.
The auto maker will build self-driving XP 90 cross overs and give them to families in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The cars, which operate as normal unless within specific autonomous drive zones Will give the auto maker its first taste of actual customer feedback which it will use to define the development for future self driving cars.
Find more on these cars over at www.theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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