It is known that some Tesla models are already able to carry out individual actions on their own, and soon the cars of this company could be managed remotely, and via smart phones.
On December 22, Elon Musk announced on its official Twitter account that the company got the green light for the Advanced Summon option, and that the option is almost ready for the market. The approval came after the difficulties that the license was due on January 10, and it seems that the creators managed to improve the function just so much to continue with the project. As early as November 2018, it was announced that users will soon be able to manage their Tesla vehicles using smartphones, and that cars will be able to find parking spaces on their own, and that new functions will arrive in early 2019.
The option of Summon began to be spoken back in 2016, and it is limited to simple actions that allow the car to crawl on the parking lot, and with the help of the sensor finds a parking space. Advanced Summon is a more advanced version of this feature, and will function with the help of Autopilot cameras, and should arrive at all models that have been produced in the last two years.
In November it was announced that the option should be ready within six weeks, but 12 weeks later it has not been tested yet, and the last tweet of the company’s executive director is a sign that things still move forward. Musk did not indicate which regulatory body approved the further development of the new function, but it is assumed that this is not the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as the government has recently suspended certain departments of this agency.