Tesla Now Fully Able to Self-Drive Safer Than Humans
While much of the world remains preoccupied with impotent central bank grandstanding, the US presidential train wreck and reams of counter-productive nonsense, Tesla has now not only made and released the best-rated car in history, that can be fueled for free from the sun with zero carbon emissions and zero air pollution–but now all of its vehicles also have the hardware needed for full self-driving capability at a safety level substantially greater than that of a human driver.
If you think it’s not a huge leap forward to take humans and all of our many distractions and physical impairments out of the driving equation, then you’ve not been paying attention to the people around you in traffic.
While pundits banter about how to spur innovation, this is what it actually looks like. It’s already transforming human behavior, the economy and the planet for the better, and few people are yet aware or acknowledging the milestone. Worse, some low lights, who have personally never created anything, are still bashing the achievement and explaining why it can never be done! Humans sure can be stubbornly dim when they want to be.
For those who wish to see that the future of world changing automobiles is already here, this is the real time video. Pass on the good news.
Eight surround cameras provide 360 degrees of visibility around the car at up to 250 meters of range. Twelve updated ultrasonic sensors complement this vision, allowing for detection of both hard and soft objects at nearly twice the distance of the prior system. A forward-facing radar with enhanced processing provides additional data about the world on a redundant wavelength that is able to see through heavy rain, fog, dust and even the car ahead.
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