Tesla's CEO, Eon Musk, revealed additional details on how the company's next Sentry mode stealing prevention system will work, which includes a comic look in the context of something as serious as tackling vehicle thefts. According to Musk's latest Tweet on the feature reminiscent of the Iron Man, when an intrusion is detected while the Sentinel Mode is activated, Toccata and Fugue in D minor by composer Johann Sebastian Bach will play, BWV 565 will play, attracting the greatest possible attention to the aspirants. Be the perpetrator (s) The combined commitment of Tesla with the safety of its customers, and the fun of the bells, is something that is frequently shown, and this fun turn in the alarm system of a vehicle is no different.
But, from time to time, the metal version http: //t.co/ogHYUPoA9z
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019
A heavy metal version of the 18th century composer's masterpiece was also added to the playlist on tactical intruder mitigation. As in many of the Musk Twitter rounds, the CEO of Tesla was open to more suggestions and responded accordingly. NicheGamer proposed an appropriately metallic version of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, which the Tesla executive agreed to include in the next software update by air. Of course, this is not the first time that a Tesla has been involved in epic heavy metal music with a clbadic twist. The Model X presents an Easter Egg with a festive theme in which an entertaining show of lights and winged doors is presented with the song "Wizards in Winter" by Trans Siberian Orchestra.
Sentinel mode was first revealed by Musk in a response to a tweet to a complaint by the owner of Tesla about a dent found in his car when the vehicle was parked. While the automaker has implemented safety improvements in recent months, including a dashboard camera system and an improved anti-theft system with motion detection, this latest disclosure was apparently in response to the most recent increase in the goal of Tesla Thefts appear on social networks and Internet forums. A few days later, Musk estimated that a "beta version" would be released in 2 to 3 weeks. Although the specific official details of the Sentinel Mode function are scarce, one of the supposed components is an improved use of the dashcam incorporated in the vehicles, which was developed in response to problems of theft and incidents of hitting and running. The set of sensors and cameras that provide 360 degree visibility on Tesla vehicles equipped with hardware was used to provide the camera function in the updated Version 9.0 software in September 2018.
Rough Beta in 2 to 3 weeks
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 25, 2019
When Elon Musk approaches Twitter to talk about new ideas and product features, it may not always be clear if it's serious, but it's always fun to imagine that it is and often a safe bet. After all, The Boring Company (TBC), which is now ready to face the traditional underground public transport construction industry, began its infamous note with a tweet about "Crushing" traffic. Taking into account the rapid expansion of the commercialization of TBC and the positive response of it (hats, flamethrowers, etc.), the trend of tweets turned into tangible has only reason to continue.
In the field of new software features and Easter eggs, everything Musk says is probably a game for reality once Emissions Testing Mode (ETM) was activated in a software update of December 2018. After Try a new "Toilet Humor" feature via Twitter, Tesla drivers saw how the promise of tease through ETM was fulfilled, offering the option to direct fart noises to broadcast from a designated seat in the vehicle. In a tweet that seems to have come from Musk himself, the official Tesla account on Twitter. recently signaled Romance mode, fireplace play function, burst of heater, mood music and fun released at the same time as ETM, "accommodate up to 5" in Model 3. Whatever that means. Or does not mean.
In general, Sentinel Mode probably suggests that the horns will be close to anyone nearby, while a potential thief tests the propensity to steal a Tesla vehicle. Either that, or anyone subjected to any misidentification of the intrusion detection system will not be so annoying. (See: unpleasant car alarms that do not go off). Oh, and in regards to keeping Summer safe? Hopefully things do not come to that. Auto insurance is quite expensive.