Reviews Tesla: cameras should soon also send surveillance images to smartphones
individual parts from Bosch, Thyssen and Henkel: so much Germany is already in the Tesla e-cars
The gigafactory in Brandenburg arouses desires in the German supplier industry even before completion. This is because it is currently struggling with tough austerity measures, waves of layoffs and falling sales. Elon Musk's project in Grünheide comes in handy. Tesla wants to initially produce 500,000 vehicles per year in Gigafactory 4, in ramp-up phases could get up to 3 million cars according to "Wirtschaftswoche" .
vehicles from Tesla should soon be able to transfer images from the built-in cameras to smartphones. This is questionable from a data protection point of view.
Tesla apparently wants to expand the optionally activated guard mode. That comes from a report by. Apparently, a future update will make it possible to stream videos from the camera system of a parked Tesla directly to your own smartphone. The function could be rolled out around Christmas with the update to version 11 of the vehicle software.
Up to now, the guard mode only saved the recordings in the activated state on a USB stick attached to the vehicle. Originally, the stick had to be removed from the car for evaluation and then connected to a computer or other suitable playback device. Since this year, however, it is also possible to view the footage recorded by the guard mode directly in the car.
Facelift: New Tesla Model 3 should roll off the assembly line with these changes
Tesla has apparently revised its Model 3 and not only made visual changes. The revised Model 3 should already roll off the assembly line. © Electrek Tesla Model 3 with less chrome. At the Tesla plant in Fremont, California, Tesla Model 3s that have been modified in key areas are to be produced. This is reported, among other things, by Electrek . The manufacturer does not seem to limit itself to optical elements as in a classic facelift. A lot also seems to have changed technically.
How Tesla's Guard Mode works
as a feature that can record “suspicious activity” around the parked car. The software saves the recordings of the camera continuously on the storage medium attached via USB. The recording time is 60 minutes. If this time is exceeded, the material that has already been recorded is gradually overwritten.
If someone comes too close to the vehicle, the next level of guard mode is activated. This is triggered, for example, when someone leans against the car. Then a message appears on the car's touchscreen that the Tesla's cameras are recording their surroundings.
The last stage is activated when the car is actually damaged. Then the alarm system is activated and the car owner is informed of a possible theft via SMS. With the last two levels, the last ten minutes that occurred before the activation of the respective warning level are saved separately. In addition, these records are sent to Tesla.
Tesla posts record results
© Tesla Tesla posts record results The pandemic and the recession are not dampening the momentum of the electric vehicle manufacturer, which posts sharply rising results. While many companies are suffering from the economic crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, Tesla is doing quite well.
data protection officers warn of Tesla's guard mode
As early as 2019, the Bavarian State Office for Data Protection Supervision declared in itsthat the authority had already received several data protection complaints about the guard mode. The authority sees a possible impairment of personal rights due to the video surveillance of publicly accessible areas without cause.
The authority had announced in 2019 that the guard function would be subjected to a detailed examination. However, a result is still pending.came to the conclusion in October 2020 that the guard mode violates Article 5 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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