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Sponsored by 30 30 8. Further, De Ambroggi suspects car OEMs will start asking for "ASIL D" – Automotive Safety Integrity Level D – certification in technology used in autonomous driving vehicles. ASIL D refers to the highest classification of initial hazard (injury risk) defined within ISO 26262. "ASIL D will require a much stricter control and documentation on system functional safety," De Ambroggi said. But there is one more thing to consider, said Demler. 9. I don't think it's just a matter of the number of sensors. I think the problem is that Elon Musk and Tesla have been too cavalier about using human drivers as autopilot beta testers, which is what their own documents call them. They say drivers are "required" to keep their hands on the wheel, when clearly they are not. From a technical point-of-view, the system they've implemented is only capable of partial au- tonomous driving, under a very limited set of conditions, yet they call it autopilot. 10. 11. Tesla Auto Club touts Tesla Model S's Au- topilot. In a virtually empty highway, it looks smooth and almost invincible.p

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