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Tesla new FSD Beta update

Elon Musk-owned Tesla has started to push a new Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software update -- version 10.6 -- to its fleet with improved object detection.

According to the auto-tech website Electrek, the company is starting to push a new version of the FSD Beta to owners in the US with a safety score of 98 and up.

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The company said that the new update brings improved object detection network architecture for non-VRUs (e.g. cars, trucks, buses), seven per cent higher recall, 16 per cent lower depth error and 21 per cent lower velocity error for crossing vehicles.

It also brings a new visibility network with 18.5 per cent less mean relative error, the report said.


Tesla Car The company also said that it allows more room for longitudinal alignmentUnsplash

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The company also said that it allows more room for longitudinal alignment during merges by incorporating modelling of merge region end.

The software enables the vehicle to drive autonomously to a destination entered in the car's navigation system, but the driver needs to remain vigilant and ready to take control at all times.(IANS/PR)


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