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17.17.4

Discussion in 'Model S' started by alapd, May 6, 2017.

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  1. alapd

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    new update (HW2)

    AEB
    AP to 90mph
    No more local limit (5mph above detected limit, otherwise 45mph)
    Side collision warning enhancements (between 30-85mph)
    Auto high beam!
     
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  2. googleiscoul

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    Finally
     
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  3. alapd

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    I keep trying to post release notes but the site says my pic is too large for the server to process
     
  4. croman

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    Omg. I have SC appointment. Hopefully I can get this
     
  5. Haxster

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    Excellent :)

    "Sorry officer. I know I was going 88 mph. I was just testing 17.17.4".

    Maybe now that the rains have stopped here in California, they'll work on the rain sensor.
     
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  6. googleiscoul

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    Yo alapd - just post on imgur and post the link (for the release notes) - Thx in advance! This is gonna be my first software update for my new 100D!!
     
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    One way to 'shrink' pictures and graphics is to mail them to yourself. Or, on an iPhone, when you insert the pic into an email, it will do the 'which size (bit-wise) do you want'.

    I find it easier to insert the actual picture locally, and not use an external site; but if you have one you are already set up on, that's definitely an option!
     
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    Officers' reply, "Consider yourself lucky that you didn't test AEB". But not so lucky about this citation. Have a nice day".
     
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  9. Growling Fish

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    The autosteer on local roads is greatly improved with this release. It still has some troubles such as very steep curves when you are 35mph or higher. But WAY better than the results I was getting with the last version.
     
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    #10 anonim1979, May 6, 2017
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  11. kmob07

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    This feels like the update I have been waiting for since day 1 with the car! I'm checking the app like a mental patient waiting for the update notification.
     
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  12. alapd

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    What now remains for AP1 parity?
     
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    Rain sensing wipers.

    Does AP2 do lane changes in response to turn signals yet?
    Has anyone with 17.17.4 checked to see if it is showing cars in adjacent lanes?

    Other than that, and whatever qualitative discussions about AP performance in various conditions people want to have, I'm not coming up with much.
     
  14. alapd

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    Yes, AP2 does lane changes. I haven't taken the car out yet for tests, but hopefully local road driving has improved!

    Really excited to see where we go from here now. And as annoying as it has been, pretty impressive that tesla has been able to replicate MobileEye in less than a year.
     
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    Mine has been doing that for a while now...
     
  16. ZAKEEUS

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    What does it mean by "detecting" speed limits. Is it reading signs or using hmthe same outdated gps data?
     
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    AP1 reads road signs if they are visible.
    If not it uses database/GPS.

    I would expect that AP2 will be the same - hopefully already is.
     
  18. Robwoodruff

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    No rain sensing wipers yet.
    Does not display cars in the next lane
    Does not show a picture of trucks or motorcycles, only picture of a car.
    Does change lanes with turn signal.
    I think it does not "see" the speed limit sign yet. Doesn't change immediately like AP1 cars do, I may be wrong.
    Drives much better on local roads but not as stable as AP1.
    No perpendicular parking yet.
     
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    Big day. Hopefully my service center can install this.
     
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    A nice gesture but I'd like to see the AP2 driving quality increase before simply raising the speed restrictions. If the same code is used to detect lanes, cars, and perform steering, simply raising the speed is not helpful. Time will tell how much more capable this release makes AP2. I have some good testing areas that I know the previous release consistently fails. I had emailed these to Tesla, will be interested to see if they actually addressed any of them.
     
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