Tesla CEO Elon Musk will reveal details of the company's new Full Self Driving Tech at today's seminarcurrently in progress. The Silicon Valley company's plan to detail its driverless technology comes under increasing demand for global demand for Tesla's electric vehicles, the ongoing health of the shares and the stability of the company's management – including Musk. In other words, this promises to be a very important event in the history of the profiled automaker.
Even if you are not an investor and / or cannot make it to the company's Palo Alto Investor Day headquarters, do not fear: Tesla
has set up an official live stream for the webcast of the case and you can set up now. All you have to do is click on the YouTube Live Stream to close down below to see. The event was deleted to start at 1
If you prefer, you can also add your browser to the car manufacturer's official live stream here.
Back April 3, Tesla announced for the first time plans to host Autonomy Investor Day to take place Friday 19th. April, but it later moved on Monday, April 22, "based on investor feedback."
According to Tesla's first press campaign, the company "… has made significant progress in the development of its autonomous driving software and hardware, including our FSD computer, which is currently in production, enabling self-driving through future software updates over the air. "On April 15, Musk ante experienced at tweeting " Buying a car in 2019 that cannot upgrade to full self-driving, is like buying a horse instead of a car in 1919. "
Tesla says it plans to attend test station investors to experience its latest iteration of Autopilot, including demonstrating features and features that are still subject to continuous development.
Tesla – and Elon Musk in particular – have become a fire for promising, fully autonomous driving technology at a time when other automakers and vendors seem to get away from ambitious schedules, prolonging production horizons to face increasing technological challenges.
Tesla's self-proclaimed Full Self Driving hardware does not seem to include core technologies that almost all other companies' racing vehicles have considered necessary for safe and reliable operation.
The Tesla Full Self Driving Suite is expected to rely on a network of cameras, as well as forward-looking radar and ultrasonic sensors to hold the vehicle's immediate environment. All other major players in this growing space, including car manufacturers such asand technology companies such as and develop prototypes using ] (laser radar), as well as hyper-detailed three-dimensional mapping and even superfluous component in case of system failure. Tesla has not shown such technologies, and Musk has previously denied suffering technology. Instead, Tesla plans to uncover a major step forward in the form of a new AI chipset developed internally to drive its FSD technology.
Tesla's Navigate On Autopilot hardware currently available on its vehicles is already capable of fully automated lane shifts and finding its way in and out of highway exchanger. The system has not been without its critics, and there have been a number of high-profile accidents that some have attributed to blind spots in the makeup of technology. Despite these incidents, it is not denied that Autopilot offers more functionality in more environments than competing systems currently available from other automakers (many of whom have been more conservative in distributing new features for security reasons).
Although the Autonomy Investor Day event is set to focus on self-propelled technology, we would not be surprised if Elon Musk or other Tesla officials release any details on future products such asor also. Updates for plans on an autonomous scroll hole network can also find out in the case.
Whether you're a Tesla tyrant, bear, believer or cynic, Autonomy Investor Day promises to be a must-watch event.
Originally published 6:39 pm PT.