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Discussion in 'Software: Firmware Updates, Features, Tesla App' started by Nvbob, Aug 29, 2020.
Just got the notification.
I just tried 2020.36 in my vehicle (HW3, MCU1), and there were NO speed sign visualizations on the right side of the road in the driver display. The vehicle not only didn't display the speed limit signs, it didn't recognize the speed limit signs when the speed limit changed and slow the vehicle down.
We had all the normalizations on both cars that we installed it on. Did you try a reboot? Maybe it's because you only have MCU1.
The green light chime was spotty. The speed limit sign recognition always worked but if you turned off TACC, it would forget the correct speed limit.
Overall, not the most exciting update but it is nice to have sign recognition finally.
Same here, but I have FSD. I installed 2020.36 and went out for a drive. It didn't acknowledge the speed limit signs at all and didn't display them on the visualizations.
I drove around for 30 minutes and rebooted the display, and suddenly they started appearing. Not sure if it's a bug or if there needed to be a feature flag flipped from the mothership. Also not sure what triggered the sudden display of speed limit signs. I've seen some people on Twitter also reporting that the speed limit signs weren't displaying right after the update.
Although I'm not sure if MCU1 will have it. IIRC MCU1 doesn't show certain visualizations like cones and turn arrow signal lights.
So when there’s a spot where GPS speed limit signs were wrong does your car now display the correct speed limit because it’s reading the signs with the camera?
Yes it does! Works really well, very pleased with this update. It did a great job reading partially obstructed speed limits too. One thing I noticed that is different than AP1 speed limit detection is that with AP1 the speed limit on the IC would change after you passed the sign, whereas this will change the speed limit as soon as it reads it at a distance.
Also not sure if it's new, but when I disconnect Bluetooth or change the vehicle profile in the app I get a new "Phone Key Disconnected" error message. I've failed to lock the car a couple times after I switched to a different vehicle in the Tesla app or disconnected Bluetooth and walked away, so this should be pretty useful.
Just downloaded and installed it. No speed sign recognition for us in Canada. Drove a bit. Some bugs still there like phantom traffic lights and stop signs.
I hope that after it's determined the speed limit feature is proven reliable that there will be a setting to automatically decrease highway speed to match the speed limit (of course with preset buffer). Could help with speeding tickets.
Installed it a few minutes ago. Looking forward to testing this on the way to work.
Our Model 3 got it this afternoon ...
Model X just got the pop up a few minutes ago.
looking forward to the speed limit reading! Starting to get more and more functionality here. I like it!
It's a shame the Tesla doesn't provide a more detailed explanation of the speed limit feature.
Does it follow the advisory speeds on sharp curves?
Can it distinguish between a school speed limit versus the regular speed limit? And when the school limit is relevant?
When does it follow one speed limit versus another?
It's difficult for me to trust the speed limit feature until I understand more about it.
Apparently the green light chime only works if you have FSD. Kinda ironic that the alert for the driver is reserved for the driver-less system. My theory is that they’ll bring this to all vehicles once go-on-green is enabled, as it’d basically render the feature useless otherwise.
Initial drive confirmed reading of speed limit signs with only 1 outlier but in a good way. I passed a sign in a school zone that said "only when flashing". Unfortunately, only way to validate would be to drive by when it's flashing but the building is no longer a school so that won't be happening.
Just installed 2020.36 last night. The chime on green worked but the speed limit sign reading did not. After two reboots it started working. It worked well on the 30 mile drive to work.
Earlier in this thread there's a discussion about whether Tesla can get around the MobileEye patent. See for example:
which points to the patent.
The important part of a patent is the claims. To infringe someone must do all the elements of the claims. If you don't do what they are calling partitioning, in order to read the sign then you are not infringing. From the first claim: "(b) first partitioning a first portion of the image frames to the image processor for the detecting of the traffic sign and second partitioning a second portion of the image frames for said other driver assistance function; and..."
Some parallel testing/validation going on !! ie. Tesla putting both .36 and .32.5 in a lot of cars.
I installed 2020.36 on My 2018 MS100D MCU2 FSD 3.0 computer last night.
Slightly different than M3/MY release notes on TeslaScope.com.