Heeft terdege wel nuance nodig.
De bron die ik gebruik,
Yes. Well, first of all, I should say there's actually three sensor systems. There are cameras, (22:25) redundant forward cameras, there's the forward radar, and there are the ultrasonics for near field. So, the third is also – the third set is also important for near-field stuff, just as it is for human.
But I think it's pretty obvious that the road system is geared towards passive optical. We have to solve passive optical image recognition, extremely well in order to be able to drive in any given environment and the changing environment. We must solve passive optical image recognition. We must solve it extremely well.
At the point at which you have solved it extremely well, what is the point in having active optical, meaning lidar, which does not – which cannot read signs; it's just giving you – in my view, it is a crutch that will drive companies to a local maximum that they will find very difficult to get out of.
If you take the hard path of a sophisticated neural net that's capable of advanced image recognition, then I think you achieve the goal maximum. And you combine that with increasingly sophisticated radar and if you're going to pick active proton generator, doing so in 400 nanometer to 700 nanometer wavelength is pretty silly, since you're getting that passively.
You would want to do active photon generation in the radar frequencies of approximately around 4 millimeters because that is occlusion penetrating. And you can essentially see through snow, rain, dust, fog, anything. So, it's just I find it quite puzzling that companies would choose to do an active proton system in the wrong wavelength. They're going to have a whole bunch of expensive equipment, most of which makes the car expensive, ugly and unnecessary. And I think they will find themselves at a competitive disadvantage.
Now perhaps I am wrong. In which case, I'll look like a fool. But I am quite certain that I am not.
Wil je het juist toepassen dan gaat het heel veel kosten en dan nog is de toegevoegde waarde minimaal. Hij vermeld daarbij duidelijk dat de manier van Tesla op dit moment beter is dan zoals lidar nu wordt toegepast bij de concurrentie.
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maar tesla heeft Lidar nimmer afgeschreven als inferieure techniek. Maar blijkbaar is dat woordje crutch blijven hangen.