Tesla Autopilot

'Tesla Autopilot' - 234 News Result(s)

  • Tesla Reports Two New Fatal Crashes Tied to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, NHTSA Data Shows
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Tesla reported two new fatal crashes involving driver assistance systems in the month ending October 15. According to data released by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), of the 18 fatal crashes reported since July 2021 that had to do with driver assistance systems, nearly all involved Tesla vehicles. The NHTSA uses data ...
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  • Tesla Autopilot Crash to Put Legal Question of 'Man vs Machine' Driver Responsibility to the Test
    Reuters | Tuesday November 1, 2022
    Tesla's Autopilot's involvement in a fatal Los Angeles crash will form the first legal test for the responsibility of a human driver in a car that was partly driving by itself when an accident takes place, according to legal experts. The trial is set to begin on November 15, and could shape public – and future jury – perceptions of Tesla and co...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • "Man Or Machine?": Jury To Decide As California Tesla Crash Trial Begins
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday November 1, 2022
    A manslaughter trial set to begin in Los Angeles for a fatal crash caused by a Tesla operating on Autopilot presents a first-of-its kind test for the legal responsibility of a human driver in a car that was partly driving itself, legal experts say.
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  • Tesla Said to Face US Criminal Probe Into Self-Driving Claims Following Multiple Crashes
    Reuters | Thursday October 27, 2022
    Tesla, US electric car maker, is said to be facing a probe by the Department of Justice into the company's self-driving claims. The probe was said to have been initiated last year, following over a dozen crashes, some of them fatal, that involved the company's driver assistance system Autopilot which was activated during the accidents.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Full Self-Driving Technology Not Ready to Be Approved This Year, Elon Musk Says
    Reuters | Thursday October 20, 2022
    Elon Musk said on Thursday that Tesla's advanced driver assistant software won't gain regulatory approval in 2022. The Tesla CEO's comments suggest the company has not yet been able to satisfy US authorities that its cars can be driven without a driver. A completely autonomous vehicle would require regulatory approval.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Eleven More Deaths Linked to Crashes Involving Vehicles With Automated Technology, US Government Data Shows
    Reuters | Wednesday October 19, 2022
    Crashes involving vehicles that were using automated driving systems during a four-month period earlier this year led to the deaths of 11 more people, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Ten of the 11 deaths involved vehicles made by Tesla, while the 11th death involved a Ford pickup, according to the ...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Drivers in the US Treat Partially Automated Cars From Tesla, GM, as Self-Driving, Says Study
    Reuters | Tuesday October 11, 2022
    Drivers using advanced driver assistance systems like Tesla Autopilot or General Motors Super Cruise often treat their vehicles as fully self-driving despite warnings, a new study has found. About 40% of users of Autopilot and Super Cruise - two systems with lockout features for failing to pay attention - reported systems had at some point switched...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla to Remove Ultrasonic Vehicle Sensors; to Rely on Cameras Amid Autopilot Scrutiny
    Reuters | Wednesday October 5, 2022
    Tesla on Tuesday announced that it would begin removing ultrasonic sensors from the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y globally over the next few months, followed by the Model S and Model X in 2023. The company last year started dropping radar sensors amid a chip shortage, and the vehicles currently have 12 ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear bumpers. ...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Sued by US Customer Over ' Promise to Deliver Self-Driving Vehicles
    Written by David Delima | Thursday September 15, 2022
    Tesla has been sued by a California-based customer who stated that he purchased a Tesla Model X in 2018 and paid the company an additional sum of money for its driver assistance software, but the company is yet to provide the full self-driving capability that was advertised. The company has also been accused by a US state transportation regulato...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Allowed to Continue Autopilot, Autonomous Driving Advertising by German Court
    Reuters | Tuesday August 16, 2022
    Tesla has been allowed by a German court to continue referring to the capabilities of its driver assistance system and to autonomous driving in its advertising in Germany. Industry-sponsored body tasked with policing anti-competitive practices, Wettbewerbszentrale, had filed a non-admissibility complaint, which was thrown out on July 28.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Lawmakers Question Federal Regulator About Tesla Crashes, Safety Probes
    Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Two US lawmakers have questioned National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about its probe into Tesla crashes involving Autopilot and advanced driver assistance systems. Meanwhile, Tesla's website claims that Autopilot enables vehicles to steer, accelerate and brake automatically and "require active driver supervision and do not make t...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla to Face US Agency Probe Into Two Crashes That Killed Motorcyclists
    Associated Press | Saturday August 6, 2022
    The NHTSA, or National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will investigate two accidents involving Tesla vehicles and motorcyclists who were killed in a collision with the cars on freeways, in the darkness. Whether or not the Tesla vehicles were operating on Autopilot remains under investigation.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Shares Only 1 Percent Blame for Fatal Crash That Killed Two Teens, Rules Jury
    Associated Press | Wednesday July 20, 2022
    Tesla was found just one percent negligent in a fiery crash that killed two teens, for disabling a speed limiter on the electric car, according to a Florida jury. The verdict placed 90 percent of the blame on the driver, Barrett Riley, and 9 percent on his father, James Riley, who brought the lawsuit against Tesla.
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  • Munich Court Orders Tesla To Reimburse Customer For Autopilot Problems
    Reuters | Saturday July 16, 2022
    A Munich court has ordered Tesla to reimburse a customer most of the 112,000 euros she paid for a Model X SUV because of problems with the Autopilot function.
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  • Tesla Reportedly Ordered by German Court to Reimburse Customer for Autopilot Issues
    Reuters | Saturday July 16, 2022
    Tesla has been reportedly ordered by a Munich court to payback a customer around EUR 112,000 (roughly Rs. 90,00,000) spent by her on a Model X SUV which later faced issues with the Autopilot function. A technical report suggested that the vehicle did not reliably recognise obstacles and would at times activate the brakes unnecessarily.
    www.gadgets360.com

'Tesla Autopilot' - 234 News Result(s)

  • Tesla Reports Two New Fatal Crashes Tied to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, NHTSA Data Shows
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Tesla reported two new fatal crashes involving driver assistance systems in the month ending October 15. According to data released by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), of the 18 fatal crashes reported since July 2021 that had to do with driver assistance systems, nearly all involved Tesla vehicles. The NHTSA uses data ...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Autopilot Crash to Put Legal Question of 'Man vs Machine' Driver Responsibility to the Test
    Reuters | Tuesday November 1, 2022
    Tesla's Autopilot's involvement in a fatal Los Angeles crash will form the first legal test for the responsibility of a human driver in a car that was partly driving by itself when an accident takes place, according to legal experts. The trial is set to begin on November 15, and could shape public – and future jury – perceptions of Tesla and co...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • "Man Or Machine?": Jury To Decide As California Tesla Crash Trial Begins
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday November 1, 2022
    A manslaughter trial set to begin in Los Angeles for a fatal crash caused by a Tesla operating on Autopilot presents a first-of-its kind test for the legal responsibility of a human driver in a car that was partly driving itself, legal experts say.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Tesla Said to Face US Criminal Probe Into Self-Driving Claims Following Multiple Crashes
    Reuters | Thursday October 27, 2022
    Tesla, US electric car maker, is said to be facing a probe by the Department of Justice into the company's self-driving claims. The probe was said to have been initiated last year, following over a dozen crashes, some of them fatal, that involved the company's driver assistance system Autopilot which was activated during the accidents.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Full Self-Driving Technology Not Ready to Be Approved This Year, Elon Musk Says
    Reuters | Thursday October 20, 2022
    Elon Musk said on Thursday that Tesla's advanced driver assistant software won't gain regulatory approval in 2022. The Tesla CEO's comments suggest the company has not yet been able to satisfy US authorities that its cars can be driven without a driver. A completely autonomous vehicle would require regulatory approval.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Eleven More Deaths Linked to Crashes Involving Vehicles With Automated Technology, US Government Data Shows
    Reuters | Wednesday October 19, 2022
    Crashes involving vehicles that were using automated driving systems during a four-month period earlier this year led to the deaths of 11 more people, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Ten of the 11 deaths involved vehicles made by Tesla, while the 11th death involved a Ford pickup, according to the ...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Drivers in the US Treat Partially Automated Cars From Tesla, GM, as Self-Driving, Says Study
    Reuters | Tuesday October 11, 2022
    Drivers using advanced driver assistance systems like Tesla Autopilot or General Motors Super Cruise often treat their vehicles as fully self-driving despite warnings, a new study has found. About 40% of users of Autopilot and Super Cruise - two systems with lockout features for failing to pay attention - reported systems had at some point switched...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla to Remove Ultrasonic Vehicle Sensors; to Rely on Cameras Amid Autopilot Scrutiny
    Reuters | Wednesday October 5, 2022
    Tesla on Tuesday announced that it would begin removing ultrasonic sensors from the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y globally over the next few months, followed by the Model S and Model X in 2023. The company last year started dropping radar sensors amid a chip shortage, and the vehicles currently have 12 ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear bumpers. ...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Sued by US Customer Over ' Promise to Deliver Self-Driving Vehicles
    Written by David Delima | Thursday September 15, 2022
    Tesla has been sued by a California-based customer who stated that he purchased a Tesla Model X in 2018 and paid the company an additional sum of money for its driver assistance software, but the company is yet to provide the full self-driving capability that was advertised. The company has also been accused by a US state transportation regulato...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Allowed to Continue Autopilot, Autonomous Driving Advertising by German Court
    Reuters | Tuesday August 16, 2022
    Tesla has been allowed by a German court to continue referring to the capabilities of its driver assistance system and to autonomous driving in its advertising in Germany. Industry-sponsored body tasked with policing anti-competitive practices, Wettbewerbszentrale, had filed a non-admissibility complaint, which was thrown out on July 28.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Lawmakers Question Federal Regulator About Tesla Crashes, Safety Probes
    Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Two US lawmakers have questioned National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about its probe into Tesla crashes involving Autopilot and advanced driver assistance systems. Meanwhile, Tesla's website claims that Autopilot enables vehicles to steer, accelerate and brake automatically and "require active driver supervision and do not make t...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla to Face US Agency Probe Into Two Crashes That Killed Motorcyclists
    Associated Press | Saturday August 6, 2022
    The NHTSA, or National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will investigate two accidents involving Tesla vehicles and motorcyclists who were killed in a collision with the cars on freeways, in the darkness. Whether or not the Tesla vehicles were operating on Autopilot remains under investigation.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Shares Only 1 Percent Blame for Fatal Crash That Killed Two Teens, Rules Jury
    Associated Press | Wednesday July 20, 2022
    Tesla was found just one percent negligent in a fiery crash that killed two teens, for disabling a speed limiter on the electric car, according to a Florida jury. The verdict placed 90 percent of the blame on the driver, Barrett Riley, and 9 percent on his father, James Riley, who brought the lawsuit against Tesla.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Munich Court Orders Tesla To Reimburse Customer For Autopilot Problems
    Reuters | Saturday July 16, 2022
    A Munich court has ordered Tesla to reimburse a customer most of the 112,000 euros she paid for a Model X SUV because of problems with the Autopilot function.
    www.carandbike.com
  • Tesla Reportedly Ordered by German Court to Reimburse Customer for Autopilot Issues
    Reuters | Saturday July 16, 2022
    Tesla has been reportedly ordered by a Munich court to payback a customer around EUR 112,000 (roughly Rs. 90,00,000) spent by her on a Model X SUV which later faced issues with the Autopilot function. A technical report suggested that the vehicle did not reliably recognise obstacles and would at times activate the brakes unnecessarily.
    www.gadgets360.com
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