The latest upgraded version of Tesla's "self-driving" software will be released on a large scale

On November 29th, according to foreign media reports, on Friday local time, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that within two weeks, the company will push its " The latest version of "Full Self Driving" software.

On October 22nd, Musk said on Tesla’s third-quarter earnings conference call, “Last night, we opened the beta version of the “fully automated driving” software to a small number of users. Next, we will track and understand its operation , We may release the software to more people this weekend or early next week. After that, we will further expand the scope and implement this feature on a large scale by the end of 2020.” In other words, Tesla The latest update of the software is planned to be widely released before the end of this year.

Musk said at the time that about 1 million vehicles were using the company's "fully automated driving" software test version, these vehicles feedback situation and operating data to help improve the performance of the software. He said, “As the software system collects more data, Tesla’s “autopilot” software will change and become more powerful. It’s like the process of Google’s search engine becoming better and better. Users ask questions again and again. And clicked on the link to continuously help Google improve its search engine functions."

In October of this year, Tesla released a beta version of the "self-driving" software. Earlier this month, the software was updated for the first time since the beta release. This update has made some improvements in autonomous driving performance, including improved visualization of the car, and a 30% reduction in driver intervention.

Now, the latest updated version of the "automatic driving" software will be pushed to more "professional and prudent" drivers. However, there are no specific details about the scope of the push driver group.

A few days ago, a user asked on the social platform Twitter whether the "self-driving" software can be used in Minnesota, the United States. In response, Musk posted a tweet on the social platform in reply that the software "may enter a more extensive testing phase within two weeks." (Tianmenshan)