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Would Final AP Lane Keeping Have a Nag ?

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Soolim, Sep 19, 2015.

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What is your prediction of hand on wheel AP nag?

Poll closed Sep 26, 2015.
  1. Yes, there will be a nag if hand not on the wheel for a period of time

    56.4%
  2. No, there will be NO nag regardless of how long no hand on the wheel

    43.6%
  1. Soolim

    Soolim Member

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    #1 Soolim, Sep 19, 2015
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    Tells us your rational if you like.

    Just for me, It should because it is not Autonomous. AP for car != AP for plane.
     
  2. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    I think there will be a nag, I don't want a nag.

    I don't think we should stress it. If you pass out and fall asleep and your head hits the steering wheel, it'll apply enough torque that the car will think your hand is on the wheel, and there will be no nag!
     
  3. anxman

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    The 7.0 firmware thread is indicating that there's a nag when the lines become faded or the car is unsure where to go. Outside of that, there is no nag.
     
  4. gizmoboy

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    Okay, I'm rational.

    But seriously, ladies and germs, I think nags are no more than a nuisance that folks who wish to circumvent will and otherwise serve no value except maybe to release some liability from Tesla (IANAL).
     

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