The driver, the engineer from Apple and game developer Walter Huang, had set the auto pilot while using an app game on a mobile device to work.
The Ntsb said that, although Huang was definitely a distracted driver, the alarm system of the collision, the Tesla does not have the alerted, and the system of automatic emergency braking is not activated; rather, the Suv Model X driven by the automatic pilot has accelerated at a highway barrier. The vice-chairman of the Ntsb, Bruce Landsberg, has defined the Autosteer Tesla's "totally inadequate" during the hearing.
the president of The NTSB's Robert Sumwalt warned drivers: "If you own a car with partial automation, you do not own a car is autonomous. So do not use it as if it was." The Ntsb has also rebuked the company of Huang, the Apple, for not having set a rigid policy for its employees for the purpose of prohibiting the use of non-urgent mobile devices while driving. Apple's response she stated to Cnbc: "We expect our employees to comply with the law."
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