Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Tesla Updates Full Self-Driving Beta software update (version 10.6) with improved object detection

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Tesla has reportedly updated its Beta Full Self Driving (FSD) software. Now Tesla electric vehicles can use FSD version 10.6 to meet passenger comfort and safety.

According to an Electrek, this FSD Beta 10.6 is an early version of Tesla’s self-driving software which is currently being piloted. This feature allows the driver to independently reach the destination, but must pay attention to the road at all times.

One of the updates that Tesla made to FSD version 10.6 is an improvement in the object detection network architecture for cars, trucks and buses. Its new visibility network is also said to have relatively small errors with an average of 18.5 percent less.

Not only that, this technology is also updated by improving the position of stops in left turns, which are not protected, as well as using object prediction outside the intersection point. Improvements also occur in comfort when compensating for objects crossing paths.

Still from the same report, FSD version 10.6 is considered a Level 2 driver assistance system. Tesla is rumored to have taken a ‘two steps forward, one step back’ approach to updating this technology. Because this update brings about a setback in the ability to drive electric vehicles.

So far, Tesla is trying hard to improve its FSD feature. Bearing in mind, Tesla’s autonomous program has been examined several times by the authorities due to various cases.

Some of the reports that often come in are related to system failures on Tesla electric cars. It makes the comfort of users or even passengers reduced. Meanwhile, the program itself has come under criticism for being in sharp contrast to a fully autonomous system.

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