Tesla 2022.44.25.5 update is here and we’ve covered all of the details on it in this article. Every 4-6 weeks, Tesla normally releases a new significant software update or release for the cars. There may be several variants for each of these big releases, although the release notes seldom change across these subversions.
Tesla 2022.44.25.5 update (FSD Beta 10.69.25) release notes
While Musk had said the V11 FSD City Streets Beta release would be available before the year ended, it now appears that this will happen in 2019. Those who are enrolled in the FSDb pilot will receive this unified release, which contains everything from the holiday release as well as the most recent FSDb code. The customary release notes are just reiterated here for completeness. For the Tesla 2022.44.25.5 update notes, read on.
- Retrained all parameters using the most recent auto-labeled datasets and upgraded the object detection network to photon count video streams (with a special emphasis on low visibility scenarios). increased recall of distant vehicles, reduced velocity error of crossing vehicles by 20% and increased Vulnerable Road User (VRU) precision by 20% through the improvement of design.
- Changed the VRU Velocity network to a two-stage network, which 6% improved pedestrian crossing velocity error and lowered latency.
- The Non-VRU Attributes network was transformed into a two-stage network, which decreased latency, cut down on wrong lane assignments for crossing cars by 45%, and cut down on inaccurate predictions for parked vehicles by 15%.
- The autoregressive Vector Lanes language was rewritten to increase the recall of forks by 51.1%, recall of lanes by 18.7%, and precision of lanes by 9.2%. includes a complete network upgrade in which 3.8 times as much data was used to retrain every component.
- The Vector Lanes neural network has a new “road markings” module that has improved lane topology error at junctions by 38.9%.
- The Occupancy Network has been upgraded to align with the road surface rather than the ego for increased detection stability and recall at hill crests.
- By transforming a costly trajectory optimization technique into a lightweight planner neural network, we were able to reduce the runtime of candidate trajectory creation by around 80% and enhance smoothness.
enhanced decision-making for lane shifts around gores with short deadlines through fuller modeling of the trade-off between traveling off-route and the trajectory necessary to pass through the gore zone.
- An improved model for the kinematics of the pedestrian was used to decrease incorrect slowdowns for pedestrians near crosswalks.
- Added regulation for a general occupancy network that detects objects with more exact geometries.
- Enhanced management of cars cutting off our intended route through improved lateral/turning modeling
- Techniques to prevent unexpected slowdowns.
- Better offsets around static obstructions with improved longitudinal control by looking at potential vehicle motion profiles.
- Improved in-lane vehicle longitudinal control smoothness under high relative velocity conditions by taking relative acceleration into account during trajectory optimization.
- Adaptive planner scheduling decreased the best-case object photon-to-control system latency by 26%.
- Parallelizing sensory computation and reorganizing trajectory selection. This boosts our ability to respond quickly and make judgments.
- Improvements to the TRIP compiler, inference runtime, and inter-processor communication layer were made in order to include basic support for model-parallel neural network inference and enhance road edge and road line prediction consistency.
- Enhanced traffic control at busy junction regions by strengthening the link between intersections and traffic signals.
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