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Tesla SW og AP / Varsling av fotoboks? 2022.36.2
« på: Fredag 14. Oktober 2022, klokken 12:32 »
Her om dagen varslet bilen med lyd og pulserende rødfarge øverst i infofeltet (på samme måte som varsel om å bevege på rattet). Jeg trodde først at det var varsel om at jeg måtte ta over for AP, men jeg holdt jo i rattet!
Så så jeg meldingen som varslet om trafikkontroll.
Dette har jeg ikke opplevd før og det er en strekning jeg kjører "hver dag". Fikk ikke varselet dagen etter, men da gikk trafikken litt under fartsgrensen. Jeg skal derfor teste med høyere fart for å se om det er et dynamisk varsel.
Andre som har opplevd dette?

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Lading av Tesla / Smartere Wall Connector gen 3
« på: Fredag 01. Juli 2022, klokken 18:37 »
Wall Connector gen 3 kan nå legges til i appen i UK pr nå.
https://teslaupdates.org/news/article?id=17
Dette vil åpne nye funksjoner for lading. Det nevnes statistikk, laststyring, smartere lading mm. Blir spennende.

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Tesla SW og AP / 2022.4.5.18
« på: Torsdag 24. Mars 2022, klokken 19:44 »
Installerte denne nå:
https://www.notateslaapp.com/software-updates/version/2022.4.5.18/release-notes

Edit: Hyggelig at flere av ikonene øverst på skjermen som forsvant ved overgangen til V11 vender tilbake ett etter ett.
Venter bare på Cards nå så blir den snart friskmeldt ;-)

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Tesla / Matrix-lys i komminga?
« på: Onsdag 16. Februar 2022, klokken 20:40 »
Trafikkmyndighetene i USA (NHTSA) har godkjent matrix-funsjonalitet i hovedlykter, 1,5 år tidligere enn forventet, men riktignok lenge etter Europa som jo har hatt dette i lang tid.
https://www.wbko.com/2022/02/15/us-approves-new-headlights-that-wont-blind-oncoming-drivers/
Jeg vil tro at alle som har de nye lyktene med LED-matriser nå kan vente seg Matrix-funksjoner OTA. Blir spennende å følge med på.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MmNYpaVoFc

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Tesla SW og AP / Ladestatistikk i appen - Versjon 4.6.1
« på: Lørdag 29. Januar 2022, klokken 07:49 »
Siste oppdatering inkluderer ladestatistikk.
Ser ingen mulighet for å velge Nordpool timespot som prisgrunnlag slik som i den norske appen Charged. Får bare opp stater i USA under fylker. Uten mulighet for timespot og tillegg for nettleie blir prisen svært unøyaktig.


Oppdatering: Det ser ut til at det kun er hoved-brukeren (samme innlogging som til Tesla-kontoen) som har tilgang til statistikken. Sjåfører som er lagt til (i appen: sikkerhet->Administrer sjåfører-> ) har bla ikke tilgang til statistikk.

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Tesla SW og AP / Safety Score - kvalifisering til FSD-beta
« på: Lørdag 25. ſeptember 2021, klokken 13:23 »
Utklipp fra Tesla US:
https://www.tesla.com/support/safety-score?redirect=no (velg US-side manuelt om du blir omdirigert)

Safety Score Beta
The Safety Score Beta is the first release to the Safety Score which is an assessment of your driving behavior based on five metrics called Safety Factors. These are combined to estimate the likelihood that your driving could result in a future collision. We combine your daily Safety Scores (up to 30 days) to calculate the aggregated Safety Score, displayed on the main ‘Safety Score’ screen of the Tesla app. You can find details around your daily Safety Score by selecting ‘Daily Details’ at the bottom of the screen.

The Safety Score Beta is intended to provide drivers transparency and feedback of their driving behaviors. The Safety Score is a value between 0 and 100, where a higher score indicates safer driving. Most drivers will have a Safety Score of 80 or above.

The Five Safety Factors
There are five Safety Factors that impact your Safety Score. These are measured directly by your Tesla vehicle using various sensors on the vehicle and Autopilot software.

Forward Collision Warnings per 1,000 Miles
Forward Collision Warnings are audible and visual alerts provided to you, the driver, in events where a possible collision due to an object in front of the vehicle is considered likely without your intervention. Events are captured based on the 'medium' Forward Collision Warning sensitivity setting regardless of your user's setting in the vehicle. Forward Collision Warnings are incorporated into the Safety Score formula at a rate per 1,000 miles.

Hard Braking
Hard braking is defined as backward acceleration, measured by your Tesla vehicle, in excess of 0.3g. This is the same as a decrease in the vehicle’s speed larger than 6.7 mph, in one second. Hard braking is introduced into the Safety Score formula as the proportion of time (expressed as a percentage) where the vehicle experiences backward acceleration greater than 0.3g relative to the proportion of time where the vehicle experiences backward acceleration greater than 0.1g (2.2 mph in one second).

Aggressive Turning
Aggressive turning is defined as left/right acceleration, measured by your Tesla vehicle, in excess of 0.4g. This is the same as an increase in the vehicles speed to the left/right larger than 8.9 mph, in one second. Aggressive turning is introduced into the Safety Score formula as the proportion of time (expressed as a percentage) where the vehicle experiences lateral acceleration greater than 0.4g, in either the left or right direction, relative to the proportion of time where the vehicle experiences acceleration greater than 0.2g (4.5 mph in one second), in either the left or right direction.

Unsafe Following
Your Tesla vehicle measures its own speed, the speed of the vehicle in front and the distance between the two vehicles. Based on these measurements, your vehicle calculates the number of seconds you would have to react and stop if the vehicle in front of you came to a sudden stop. This measurement is called headway. Unsafe following is the proportion of time where your vehicle’s headway is less than 1.0 seconds relative to the time that your vehicle’s headway is less than 3.0 seconds. Unsafe following is only measured when your vehicle is traveling at least 50 mph and is incorporated into the Safety Score formula as a percentage.

Forced Autopilot Disengagement
The Autopilot system disengages for the remainder of a trip after you, the driver, have received three audio and visual warnings. These warnings occur when your Tesla vehicle has determined that you have removed your hands from the steering wheel and have become inattentive. Forced Autopilot Disengagement is introduced into the Safety Score formula as a 1 or 0 indicator. The value is 1 if the Autopilot system is forcibly disengaged during a trip, and 0 otherwise.

Determining Your Safety Score
In order to calculate your daily Safety Score, we use the Predicted Collision Frequency (PCF) formula below to predict how many collisions may occur per 1 million miles driven, based on your driving behaviors measured by your Tesla vehicle.

Predicted Collision Frequency (PCF) = 0.682854 x 1.014495 Forward Collision Warning per 1,000 Miles x 1.127294 Hard Braking x 1.019630 Aggresive Turning x 1.001444 Unsafe Following Time x 1.317958 Forced Autopilot Disengagement

The current formula was derived based on statistical modeling using 6 billion miles of fleet data. We expect to make changes to the formula in the future as we gain more customer and data insights.

The PCF is converted into a 0 to 100 Safety Score using the following formula:

Safety Score = 115.382324 - 22.526504 x PCF

Your daily Safety Score is not impacted by the number of miles or hours you drive. We combine your daily Safety Scores (up to 30 days) into a mileage-weighted average to calculate the aggregated Safety Score, which is displayed on the main ‘Safety Score’ screen of the Tesla app.

Improving Your Safety Score
You can improve your Safety Score by improving each Safety Factor.

Forward Collision Warnings per 1,000 Miles
Maintain a safe following distance from the vehicle in front to give you enough time to react to slower or stationary vehicles. Pay attention to the other vehicles on the road and reduce speed in traffic congested areas.

Hard Braking
Engage the brake pedal early when slowing down, coming to a stop or reacting to a change in your environment. Use regenerative braking whenever possible and safe to do so. Maintaining a safe following distance reduces the instances where the brake pedal needs to be applied with extreme force.

Aggressive turning
When turning, changing lanes or rounding a corner, do so gradually. Reduce your speed heading into a turn, gradually accelerating out of the turn. Do not unnecessarily jerk the steering wheel.

Unsafe Following
Do not tailgate or drive close to the vehicle in front. Maintain a following distance of several car-lengths to the vehicle in front to have sufficient time to react to its speed. Remember that driving at higher speeds in inclement weather or on slick road surfaces requires a greater following distance to allow sufficient time to react safely.

Forced Autopilot Disengagement
Only use the various Autopilot features as described in your Owner’s Manual. Pay attention to the road and maintain your hands on the steering wheel while the Autopilot system is engaged. Autosteer detects your hands by recognizing slight resistance as the steering wheel turns, or from you manually turning the steering wheel very lightly (without enough force to take over steering). Autosteer also qualifies your hands as being detected if you engage a turn signal or use a button or scroll wheel on the steering wheel.

Frequently Asked Questions
What’s required for me to get a Safety Score for my vehicle?
When available for your vehicle, you will see 'Safety Score' on the home screen of the Tesla app. To receive a Safety Score:
Your vehicle must be on software update 2021.32.22 or later.
Your vehicle must be connected to a cellular or Wi-Fi network.
You need to take a trip that’s at least 0.1 miles on your vehicle.

Will I receive a Safety Score if I don’t have connectivity?
In the event that your vehicle does not have cellular connectivity while on a trip, you may not receive immediate feedback upon the end of your trip. You will receive your updated driving information and Safety Score once your vehicle has connectivity. Premium Connectivity is not required to receive a Safety Score.

How often will my Safety Score be updated?
In order to provide you real-time feedback on your driving safety, every time you take a trip in your Tesla vehicle, your Safety Score for that day will be updated. At the end of each day, your Safety Score for that day will no longer change — any subsequent trips will be used to determine your Safety Score for the following days.

In the event that you do not have cellular connectivity, you may not receive immediate feedback upon the end of your trip. You will receive your updated driving information once you have connectivity.

Is all my driving captured?
Tesla captures driving over all trips, where a trip consists of any driving (including reversing and Autopilot usage) occurring between the time the vehicle is powered on and able to be driven to the time the vehicle is powered off. Any driving and accrued mileage occurring while in service mode is excluded. Trips less than 0.1 mile will be excluded from scoring calculations. Driving on Autopilot will not be included in Safety Score calculations, but the miles driven while on Autopilot are included in the total.

I had a Forward Collision Warning while Autopilot was engaged. Will my Safety Score be impacted?
No. The Safety Score formula ignores any events (not just Forward Collision Warnings) that occur while Autopilot is engaged and appropriately utilized. This does not include Forced Autopilot Disengagement.

Miles driven while Autopilot is engaged is used to determine the Forward Collision Warnings per 1,000 Miles. Miles driven on Autopilot are also considered when calculating the mileage-weighted Safety Score.

How will I know that I have experienced an event that would contribute to my Safety Factors and Safety Score?
Your vehicle provides you with a range of safety features that include warnings and alerts to help protect you, your passengers, other drivers and pedestrians around you. View the Owner’s Manual for specific details about the various safety features in your vehicle.

Review the following to learn more about how an event contributes to each Safety Factor:
Forward Collision Warnings per 1,000 Miles
Forward Collision Warnings produce audio and visual alerts when a possible collision with an object in front of the vehicle is considered likely without your intervention. Events are captured based on the 'medium' Forward Collision Warning sensitivity setting regardless of your user's setting in the vehicle. You may not see or hear the alert if your setting is less sensitive.

Hard Braking
No audio or visual alerts are provided if you brake with excessive force. In some cases, the anti-lock braking system (ABS) which prevents the wheels from locking when you apply maximum brake pressure, may be activated, and you will see the ABS alert. If you apply the brakes with extreme force, you may feel like you are being pulled forward into your seatbelt, away from the seat.

Aggressive Turning
No audio or visual alerts are provided if you turn with excessive force. If you take a turn with extreme force, you may feel the sensation of being pulled away from the direction you are turning.

Unsafe Following Time
Your Tesla vehicle does not provide you with any audio or visual alerts when you are following at an unsafe following distance. You may receive a Forward Collision Warning if your following distance makes collision with the vehicle in front likely.

Forced Autopilot Disengagement
Your Tesla vehicle will provide three audio and visual warnings before the Autopilot system is disengaged due to inattentiveness. Please refer to the Owner’s Manual in your vehicle for details of these alerts and the circumstances in which the Autopilot system will disengage.

How does my Safety Score work if I have more than one vehicle?
Your Safety Score is vehicle specific. If you have more than one Tesla vehicle, each one of your Tesla vehicles will have its own Safety Score.

What happens to my Safety Score if I sell my vehicle?
If the vehicle ownership changes, the Safety Score data previously collected will not be used for the vehicle under the new owner, nor will it be used for a new Tesla vehicle you purchase.

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Tesla SW og AP / App 4.1.X -> 4.3 Store nyheter!
« på: Lørdag 25. ſeptember 2021, klokken 07:48 »

Endelig så kommer funksjonene mange har savnet (dessverre kreves det at bilen har SW versjon 2021.36.+) så da håper jeg med at det ikke blir lenge til vi får .36.+!

Usikker på om det er nytt i denne versjonen, men jeg kan se strøm, spenning og effekt som bilen lader med.

Selv har jeg iPhone, og lurer på om noen med Android har fått det samme?

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Tesla SW og AP / 2021.32.21 Hva er nytt
« på: Lørdag 25. ſeptember 2021, klokken 00:22 »
Ser denne sendes til mange biler nå. Kun 0.25GB, men 50 minutter installering.
Min jobber med saken, og jeg venter i spenning. Noen som har fått den og kan si hva som er nytt?

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Model Y / RWD, LR og P godkjent i Australia med ulik tillatt totalvekt
« på: Mandag 20. ſeptember 2021, klokken 19:21 »
Australia har godkjent RWD, LR og P.
Etter det jeg kan se er følgende vekter oppgitt (ev=egenvekt, tot=tillatt totalvekt)
  • RWD:  ev:1923, tot:2313, diff:390
  • LR:      ev:1981, tot:2371, diff:390
  • P:        ev:1997, tot:2384, diff:387
Det er altså ikke høyere tillatt totalvekt på disse bilene selv om de er utenfor EU. Faktiskt har P litt lavere vekt til disposisjon til tross for noe høyere tillatt totalvekt. Det er derimot interessant å se at RWDs 58kg lavere egenvekt, medfører nøyaktig samme reduksjon i tillatt totalvekt.

Kilde (mye annen info, bla. motor og batteri mm.):
https://rover.infrastructure.gov.au/Produce/wizard/daef284d-749f-4d22-9f6e-2cc287272fb9/?id=daef284d-749f-4d22-9f6e-2cc287272fb9&ApprovalVersionId=38e13feb-89fa-eb11-a2fd-0050569e60b7&prepared=true&logGuid=855f950b-3185-4627-885d-d1bdf75443ba

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Model Y / Hvordan gikk utleveringen av din Model Y?
« på: Onsdag 18. August 2021, klokken 13:01 »
Snart starter den store utleveringen av TMY. Normalt er det jo de som er misfornøyd som gir sterkest uttrykk det, men her oppfordres alle til å dele sine erfaringer :-)
Forrige gang (TM3) var det store variasjoner. Det varierte fra sted til sted, og fra person til person. Noen var fornøyd, andre var misfornøyd, fra svært til litt, i begge retninger.
Ta med info om utleveringssted og tidspunkt.

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Model 3 / TM3 kun fra Kina (slutt på LR fra USA)
« på: Mandag 26. Juli 2021, klokken 18:42 »
Hvis dette stemmer er det slutt på TM3 fra USA. I en periode blir det leveinger fra Kina, frem til Giga Berlin starter leveringene.
https://twitter.com/mortenlund89/status/1419617107889774594

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Tesla SW og AP / Musk fjerner RADAR fra bilene?
« på: Lørdag 10. April 2021, klokken 10:56 »
Hinter Elom om at RADAR kommer til å fjernes fra bilenen?
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1380606694816800768

I denne tråden utdypes litt mer:
https://twitter.com/WholeMarsBlog/status/1379310700011479043

Kanskje Ghost braking forsvinner med RADARen?

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Tesla SW og AP / Innvendig kamera, kan det være i bruk?
« på: Mandag 18. Januar 2021, klokken 22:51 »
Noen ganger varsler (alarmerer) bilen om at jeg krysser midt-/og kantlinjen. Men det skjer ikke konsekvent.
Jeg har stusset på dette, og prøvd å finne ut hvorfor det bare skjer av og til. Etter tips fra en passasjer syntes jeg å se et mønster i at varselet kun kommer når øynene mine ikke følger med på veien når kryssingen skjer.
Jeg har testet dette flere ganger og klarer bare å trigge varselet når jeg krysser linjene og samtidig ser ned. Altså tilsynelatende ikke følger med på en farlig situasjon i utvikling. Når jeg følger med på veien fremover får "aldri" dette varselet når jeg kutter svingene. Dette skjer på typiske svingete veier med gul midtstripe. NB: jeg kutter svingene kun på oversiktlige strekninger der dette ikke innebærer noen fare!

Er det bare meg som innbiller meg ting, og bare er ute etter å bekrefte min spennende mistanke, eller har flere opplevd dette? Ikke minst er det interessant om noen klarer motbevise/bevise teorien i praksis.
Det er jo en kjent funksjon hos andre bilmerker noe nytt i bilverdenen.

Elon har tidligere sagt at kameraet ikke er i bruk, men i USA kan man nå aktivere det via innstilling på skjermen.

Jeg brakte temaet opp i en annen tråd, men synes det en meget interessant og at det fortjener en egen tråd.

Telsa-hackeren @greentheonly har funnet interessant info om dette i programvaren til en TM3.
https://twitter.com/greentheonly/status/1312607693249667073
Artikkel om samme sak:
https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-cabin-camera-facial-features-safety/
Hvordan bilder fra kameraet ser ut:
https://twitter.com/greentheonly/status/1249145943401824256

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Tesla SW og AP / Holiday Update 2020.48.26 (.30 .35 .35.5 bugfix)
« på: Fredag 25. Desember 2020, klokken 02:00 »
Spennende ting rett rundt hjørnet?
https://twitter.com/tesla_master/status/1342114368654200833
  • Driving Visualization Improvements.
  • Scheduled Departure Improvements
  • Supercharger Display Improvements
  • Release Notes redesign
  • Vehicle information improvements
And much more features that have yet to be confirmed...

Ubekreftede rykter foreløpig.

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Tesla SW og AP / 2019.40.50.1
« på: Tirsdag 24. Desember 2019, klokken 11:01 »
Installerte denne nå:
Smart summon (også for hw 2.5)
Hastighet i nabofil
Talekommandoer
Telefonforbedringer
Camp mode
Twich (direktesendt videochat)
Stardew Valley (spill)
Backgammon
TRAX (program for å lage musikk)
Tale til tekst
Lagre Dashcam ved tuting

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