Tesla will showcase the full self-driving computer (FSD) on Monday and will provide test drives of Tesla’s that are using the FSD computer.
Tesla Autonomy Investor Day is on Monday, April 22, 2019. They will showcase the new Full Self-Driving (FSD) system. They will discuss a road map of future elements and the timetable for true driverless capabilities.
Navigant has released a ranking of self-driving development companies that places Tesla near the bottom of the rankings.
The Tesla Full Self Driving Chip should enable a Tesla to process 2000 image frames per second.
It will improve all Autopilot features. Up to a 10x improvement in image processing will allow the car to react 10x faster. Musk says it will have ~400% improvement over the current version.
SOURCES- Forbes, Elon Musk Twitter
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