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Software Update 2018.39 4a3910f (plus other v9.0 early access builds)

MarcusMaximus

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Did anyone noticed that the map no longer renders green traffic? I missed it because green used to tell me traffic is clear vs no data. Now I had to assume that.

Also, my 360 view on the IC shows cars to the side but not directly behind. Is that normal? Given how far forward the car is drawn, I would expect a car directly following me to show up.

It will show cars directly behind you, but they have to be pretty close. Usually only happens when coming to a stop.
 

MIT_S60

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Nov 23, 2016
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Orange County, CA
Did anyone noticed that the map no longer renders green traffic? I missed it because green used to tell me traffic is clear vs no data. Now I had to assume that.

Also, my 360 view on the IC shows cars to the side but not directly behind. Is that normal? Given how far forward the car is drawn, I would expect a car directly following me to show up.
Mine is also not showing any cars behind (AP2.0).
 
Did anyone noticed that the map no longer renders green traffic? I missed it because green used to tell me traffic is clear vs no data. Now I had to assume that.

Also, my 360 view on the IC shows cars to the side but not directly behind. Is that normal? Given how far forward the car is drawn, I would expect a car directly following me to show up.
Mine will show ones directly behind me but they have to be pretty close for them to show up.
 
My MX shows car directly behind, mostly at stop signs but my MS isn’t. I called Tesla and they said my MX shows the back up camera 100% calibrated while my MS rear camera 95% calibtated. I find it interesting that the MS is not at 100% already as I put more miles on it... they said to give it a few days and if still no dice to call back so they can replace the rear camera.
 
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conman

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Aug 19, 2017
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Ummm... there's still no speed dependent volume control with V9?
That's an extremely complicated feature that requires the most advanced form of neural network constructed from 10 billion miles of shadow driving data and depends on validation and local regulatory approval.
 
Ummm... there's still no speed dependent volume control with V9?

They have it. It's an advanced level human-interactive feature that takes sensed perceived volume through the human auditory sensors, then goes through the human-based neural network, and finally that controls the human output device through what's called the left thumb. Then, from there, that works in conjunction with the Tesla human-input device (scroll wheel, as they call it), strategically placed near where the left thumb would be, and thus controls the volume to a desirable level. Very high tech stuff.
 
My MX shows car directly behind, mostly at stop signs but my MS isn’t. I called Tesla and they said my MX shows the back up camera 100% calibrated while my MS rear camera 95% calibtated. I find it interesting that the MS is not at 100% already as I put more miles on it... they said to give it a few days and if still no dice to call back so they can replace the rear camera.
Just curious how many miles do you have on V9 on the model S? Wondering the length of time as a data point it might take to calibrate a camera.
I assumed it did it quite quickly....like 30-40 miles but maybe not.
 

boonedocks

MS LR Blk/Blk 19” FSD BETA 2nd round
May 1, 2015
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I just tweeted the following to Elon. No response yet but who knows?
Why the incredibly slow roll out of V9 for TM3s? Bad enough my Tesla stock is in the toilet. A little joy please!

Remind him of this too. Never hurts to remind someone of their "promistatements"

Elon Musk on Twitter
 
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trm2

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Apr 3, 2016
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They have it. It's an advanced level human-interactive feature that takes sensed perceived volume through the human auditory sensors, then goes through the human-based neural network, and finally that controls the human output device through what's called the left thumb. Then, from there, that works in conjunction with the Tesla human-input device (scroll wheel, as they call it), strategically placed near where the left thumb would be, and thus controls the volume to a desirable level. Very high tech stuff.

It is even more advanced than that. I have certainly witnessed the volume decreasing without ANY input or thought from me. Funny thing is it only seems to happen when my wife is in the passenger seat. o_O
 

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