Wotty wot wot.
- Nov 8, 2006
- Gold Coast Hinterland, Australia
Mustang 5.0 vs Zero SR (electric motorbike)...
And the sad thing is, infosec is so low priority that most modern cars can be car jacked remotely...All the unnecessary computer crap in cars has gone too far and is too integrated.
That's probably not true.PS. Not singling out Telsa specifically, all automakers are just as bad...
And the sad thing is, infosec is so low priority that most modern cars can be car jacked remotely...
While this is older article, things don't seem to have improved...
PS. Not singling out Telsa specifically, all automakers are just as bad...
The second. As in all automakers are just as bad.The first part or the second?
But that seems to be a large part of Tesla's business model.Drivers should not be subject to dangerous beta software.
The Teslas use a combination of radar and optical cameras, they've chosen not to use Lidar (presumably for cost reasons). They've also chosen not to use eye tracking tech to monitor driver attention, unlike GM with their Super Cruise option. So driver attention is tracked via steering wheel input.
Looks like the Tesla software gets confused when presented with a tractor trailor broadside, the optical cameras are basically blind to the white trailer against a bright sky, it sees it on radar, thinks its an overhead gantry type sign, and ignores it. They also apparently disable the radar input at overpasses to avoid false positive braking problems.