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●Abolish millimeter wave radar from driver assistance function system
●The owner tested with a doll that simulates a child
●Some people think "I didn't avoid it because I knew it was a doll"
Tesla removed the millimeter-wave radar from the self-driving assistance system of the Model 3 and Model Y that will be delivered after May 2021, and began to convert it into a camera-based detection system processed by cameras and neural network-like networks. "Tesla Vision".
Tesla Vision is different from the radar components used by most automakers in assisting functions such as autonomous driving. It only relies on camera images to control functions such as autonomous and fully automated driving.
Although the system has also been criticized by several groups that judge car safety due to safety concerns, Tesla CEO Elon Musk believes that the self-driving system composed of cameras and neural network-like processing is quite reasonable.
The owner uploads a video to Youtube verifying the safety of the Tesla Vision.
In the film, a rope is pulled at the other end of the road to reproduce the scene of a child crossing the road. Then test with the Model 3 in the state of the fully automatic assisted driving function of the beta version.
Although there are many videos on the Internet verifying whether Tesla Vision’s fully automatic driving function can avoid the puppet, it has attracted public attention because it simulates children crossing the road and tests it in a more realistic way.
In this verification video, the Tesla Model 3 did not avoid the test puppet simulating a child crossing the road, nor did it slow down, so it hit the puppet and drove straight past.
Everyone is very interested in the content of this video, and there are various comments in response.
There are comments in support of Tesla, such as "It's ridiculous to advertise a feature that has a little defect in the testing phase", "There is no need to avoid it because it is not a real person." Regardless of whether it is a doll or not, it is an indisputable fact that it cannot avoid obstacles that enter its field of vision.
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