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Us safety commission chairman: Tesla autopilot system breaches safety and should be restricted

via:凤凰网科技     time:2021/10/26 14:17:48     readed:68


Tesla has begun testing a "fully autonomous" system

Phoenix network technology news Beijing time on October 26 news, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairwoman Jennifer & Middot; Jennifer Homendy, tesla's chief executive, on Monday called on Tesla to adopt the commission's recommendations to limit where its Autopilot system is used and to deploy a system to ensure drivers remain attentive.

Homendy wrote to Tesla CEO Elon Middot. Tesla did not respond to the NTSB's recommendation, which was issued four years ago, according to the letter from Elon Musk, the company's chief executive. "If you truly put safety at the forefront of tesla's vehicle design, I ask you to take the safety advice we issued to you four years ago." "Homendy said.

She also said Tesla undermined its commitment to safety by pushing "fully automated driving" (FSD) systems to drivers to test on the road, even though the company has stated that safety is its primary design requirement. Mr Homendi said tesla had caused three fatal accidents by testing its fully autonomous driving system without first addressing initial design flaws. (Author/Xiao Yu)

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