[Discussion] Understanding the design intention of Tesla’s Autopilot feature : SelfDrivingCars

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Tesla’s is widely accepted to be an L2 . An L2 is one that is designed to not perform the complete Dynamic Driving Task (DDT).

Which aspect(s) of the DDT is Tesla’s Autopilot not designed to perform? (Presumably these aspects are then the responsibility of the human driver)

From SAE J3016:

3.8 DYNAMIC DRIVING TASK (DDT)

All of the real-time operational and tactical functions required to operate a vehicle in on-road traffic, excluding the strategic functions such as trip scheduling and selection of destinations and waypoints, and including without limitation:

(1.) Lateral vehicle motion control via steering (operational);

(2.) Longitudinal vehicle motion control via acceleration and deceleration (operational);

(3.) Monitoring the driving environment via object and event detection, recognition, classification, and response preparation (operational and tactical)

(4.) Object and event response execution (operational and tactical);

(5.) Maneuver planning (tactical); and

(6.) Enhancing conspicuity via lighting, signaling and gesturing, etc. (tactical).



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