What does Tesla's autopilot do?
The advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) built into Tesla's Autopilot is intended to offer improved safety and convenience features while driving.
In order to stay in its lane and keep a safe distance from other vehicles,
it employs cameras, radar, and ultrasonic sensors to recognise objects and lanes.
With the touch of a button, the car can change lanes on its own or keep up with nearby traffic thanks to Autopilot's semi-autonomous driving capabilities.
Along with these extra safety measures, Autopilot also has automated emergency braking, blind spot monitoring,
forward collision warning. With the help of all these capabilities,
Tesla's Autopilot has developed a portfolio of driving assistance technologies that is unmatched in the industry.