Videos show some improvements, but lots of dangerous glitches for a software called "full self-driving."
The system will work on more than 100,000 miles of North American highways, and the company says it's already completed a 110,000-mile test drive.
Most cars made today are equipped with some degree of advanced driver-assistance system, or ADAS. Though ADAS-equipped cars are safer than ever, the sensors they use make them more expensive to repair when they crash. But because ADAS technologies can significantly reduce claims rates, car insurance companies are willing to […]
Auto companies are already using some of the technology that will underpin self-driving cars to prevent accidents today, according to a new Consumer Reports survey. The survey focused on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), which include features that can alert drivers to vehicles or pedestrians around them, keep vehicles from […]
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are common in modern day cars. Blind spot detection, automatic lane changing, and automatic braking are some of the best-known features of ADAS. The Guided Soft Target is used to test these systems without the risk of crashing a real vehicle. Narrator: Don’t worry, this […]