On a regular schedule, Tesla rolled out the Full Self-Driving Beta 10.6 update later this week to users who signed up for their program.
The update provides a detailed changelog of improvements, including better object detection, better unprotected left turns, better merging, and more.
The full changelog reads:
- Improved object discovery network architecture for non-VRUs (e.g. cars, trucks, buses). Recovery is higher than 7%. Depth error is 16% lower and velocity error is 21% lower for passing vehicles.
- New display network with 18.5% lower relative error.
- New general static object network with 17% accuracy improvement in night and high curvature cases.
- Improves stopping position on unprotected left turns while yielding to oncoming objects, using object predictions that are out of intersection.
- Allows more room for vertical alignment during merge by incorporating the merge area end pattern.
- Improved comfort when compensating for objects that are cutting out of your lane.
Regular testers have yet to release videos showing off the new software’s performance, but we’ll update this post as they become available.
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