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   제목: U.S. Will Investigate Tesla뭩 Autopilot System Over Crashes With Emergency Vehicles

US. Will Investigate Tesla뭩 Autopilot System Over Crashes With Emergency Vehicles


A Tesla Model S crashed into a fire engine on Interstate 405 in Culver City, Calif., in 2018. A government report said the driver of the Tesla had been using the car’s Autopilot system.


By Neal E. Boudette and Niraj Chokshi

Aug. 16, 2021




The U.S. auto safety regulator said Monday that it had opened a broad investigation of the Autopilot system used in hundreds of thousands of Tesla뭩 electric cars.

The investigation was prompted by at least 11 accidents in which Teslas using Autopilot, an assisted-driving system that can steer, accelerate and brake on its own, drove into parked fire trucks, police cars and other emergency vehicles, the safety agency, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, disclosed. Those crashes killed one woman and injured 17 people.

Safety experts and regulators have been scrutinizing Autopilot since the first fatal accident involving the system was reported in 2016, in which the driver of a Tesla Model S was killed when his car struck a tractor-trailer in Florida. In that case, the safety agency concluded there were no defects a position it stuck to for years even as the number of crashes and deaths involving Autopilot climbed.

On Monday, the agency appeared to change course. The investigation is the broadest look yet at Autopilot and at potential flaws that could make it and the Teslas that operate on it dangerous.



Depending on its findings, the safety agency could force Tesla to recall cars and make changes to the system. It also has the authority to force automakers to add safety devices and features to their cars, such as when it required rearview cameras and airbags.

One critical issue that investigators will focus on is how Autopilot ensures that Tesla drivers are paying attention to the road and are prepared to retake control of their cars in case the system fails to recognize and brake for something. The company뭩 owner뭩 manuals instruct drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel, but the system continues operating even if drivers only occasionally tap the wheel.

밆river monitoring has been a big deficiency in Autopilot, said Raj Rajkumar, an engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon University who focuses on autonomous vehicles. 밒 think this investigation should have been initiated some time ago, but it뭩 better late than never.


Excerpts articles from The New York Times

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