EVDRIVER wrote: lorenfb wrote:
The new AP system is a ground up design because of new hardware. It is running on the newer model S vehicles so I don't think that is a major concern.
Totally "a ground up design", absolutely no resources, e.g. the basic AP AI algorithms, pulled from the Mobileye design, right? You know this
as fact, as you're a Tesla AP system consultant or Tesla AP team member, or maybe you just know some of the production line installers?
EVDRIVER wrote:They need to do all new software for the new hardware platform and there is a new team hired in charge which is irrelevant to the point.
Right, that's basically a re-compile of the original source code to run on the Nvidia processor, and NOT a total redesign.
EVDRIVER wrote:Anytime a company can leverage resources they do of course,
Good, so you now agree it's not "a ground up design".
EVDRIVER wrote:Do you think they just leveraged the old software and were incompetent in uploading it or tweaking it even though they are competent in everything they have done in shorter time periods then any other car company .
Sounds like you don't understand much about software development.
EVDRIVER wrote:Then there is Nissan that has been in the business for years and has had the LEAF out longer than any other EV and they have the worst half-baked tech on the market, they are crippled by their culture and management.
At least the Nissan Leaf achieved its design goals, notwithstanding the battery, which can't said for Tesla with AP1 or AP2.
EVDRIVER wrote:Oh, and yes I know the person that was hired to do this, and it's a secret conspiracy to defraud the public...... The first part is true.
Yes, we can all make claims!
EVDRIVER wrote:What does a line installer have to do with software development exactly?
Thought that was your source of info, given your comments.
Leaf SL MY 9/13: 66K miles, 50 Ahrs, 5.2 miles/kWh (average), Hx=70, SOH=78, L2 charges to 100% > 1000, max battery temp < 95F (35C), min discharge point > 20 Ahrs