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Competions "Auto Steer" or Active Lane Assist - videos

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by scottf200, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. scottf200

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    #1 scottf200, Oct 21, 2015
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    Just trying to understand what competitors are doing.

    Audi

    Audi active lane assist AEV
    What cars: What Is The Audi Driver Assistance Package? | Autobytel.com
    Youtube: The Audi active lane assist - YouTube


    Mercedes

    Mercedes-Benz TechCenter: Active Lane Keeping Assist
    What cars:
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    Youtube: Active Lane Keeping Assist -- 2014 E-Class -- Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Safety - YouTube


    Youtube: Active Lane Keeping Assist Vehicle Safety Technology -- Mercedes-Benz 2013 ML-Class - YouTube
     
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    Title: Autopilot Showdown: Tesla P85D vs Mercedes E63S Wagon
    Autopilot Showdown: Tesla P85D vs Mercedes E63S Wagon

     
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    It would be nice if Tesla also implemented active lane-keeping assist. Right now, if you are driving normally and drift out of lane, you get a steering wheel buzz, but no active measures to keep the car in the lane.
     
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    With auto steering, lane-keeping seems a bit odd. If I don't have AP enabled, I think I'd prefer to not have something second guessing me.
     
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    Actually It works fine in my car - It does see the "drift" and corrects - That's the whole point of self - steering.
     

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