A third updated version of Tesla's Enhanced Summon will be released to participants in the early access program this week, according to Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk. The feature includes a set of capabilities that allow drivers to drive fully electric cars through Tesla's mobile application, in particular by transporting them autonomously to their location.
One of the newest and most fun features in the Enhanced Summon is navigating through the parking lots. However, the first two reps of the program were pretty slow and aggressive with regard to landing indicators, as seen in several demo videos. However, the next update can improve this awareness.  Musk recently unveiled some of the backstage challenges that Tesla's software team has experienced while fine-tuning the self-driving function, particularly with regard to curbs and their coloring.
"Yes, we work on curbs * lot *. Concrete seams too. So glamorous, "he said in response to an update request for the Enhanced Summon. To the question of what is the most difficult part of the concrete, Musk replied: "Too big shades of gray." Chief Executive Officer also joked that high-contrast curbs are his "favorite". almost ready in May when Muck personally tried it, but there has been a long delay in providing this feature to all Tesla customers whose cars have the right hardware. This latest discussion about the programs involved can give some insight into the timing of its development, as well as address some of the challenges that will come with Tesla Robotaxi's plans. Riders will have to call their taxis from Tesla from different places, of course, so that the Enhanced Summon serves as a dual target for collecting passenger data.
Other ambitious enhanced call plans include by leaving them or, in particular, a Tesla "must be able to move around a parking lot, find a blank space, read the signs to confirm that it is valid and park & Quot ;, as previously described by Musk. Participants in the early access program have already tested the behavior of the parking lot at the moment, with one video remarkably slamming against a human driver in an embarrassing, start-stop showdown. Although impressive, the episode demonstrates that many obstacles have been made to detect the obstacles and answer the intensive Summon. an apartment that Musk expects to be "completed" by the end of the year. Explaining these smaller features in the meantime seems to be a smart way to unite entertainment with the development of much more sophisticated future opportunities, as well as to create a taste for the upcoming.