Tesla Collects Driving Videos To Make Self-Driving Tech A Reality

Posted: May 8 2017, 7:51am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Tesla Collects Driving Videos to Make Self-Driving Tech a Reality
  • Tesla collects videos of your driving habits to improve its self-driving tech

Tesla Motors has done what it can in order to make self-driving possible.

Tesla is busy using its large supply of vehicles with sensors fitted in them for its self-driving program. The information gathering game is on now.

The data sharing policy now dictates that video clips be collected that will make self-driving a reality, according to Electrek. After the second generation Autopilot was brought in synch with the first generation Autopilot, a novel data sharing policy has cropped up.

According to Engadget, if Tesla wants to make its dreams come true, it must take the real world out there as its baseline and work its way from there to apply the policies necessary to allow for self-driving vehicles.

The collection of short video clips was a part of the program. This was done through external cameras. Tesla’s vehicles will thus be able to take all the visual cues in a stride and the way to driverless vehicles will be made possible in the future.

There have been some concerns shown by the public concerning privacy matters after this move by Tesla Motors was made evident.

According to DigitalTrends, Tesla basically wants to make drivers obsolete. Among some of the visual cues that will go into the self-driving vehicles in the form of an input of raw data are: lane lines, street signs and traffic light positions.

Also Tesla wants to gather as much information as it can regarding this. However, consumers ought to remain secure knowing the fact that the data cannot be traced back to them.

Tesla Motors under the able guidance of Elon Musk will complete this project in the near future. Then driverless vehicles will be the order of the day.

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