Owner's manual mentioning Super Cruise:Highways only. The system only becomes available once you’ve entered a meticulously lidar-mapped, divided, limited-access highway in the U.S. or Canada—or a limited-access stretch of a highway that switches between on-ramps and crossings (like California Highway 101).
Did you watch the presentation? GM is mentioned multiple times as their partner and what GM wants.
Tesla and Mobileye had a very messy parting of the ways...I found this Mobileeye (various manufacturers still use; GM mentioned a few times (Tesla does not)) presentation on using camera images.
Yes, this is well over a year old news that everyone knows. I was talking about GM using mobileye which mainly does camera image processing (as was rationalized in the above presentation). There are other players in this field. Nvidia for one and they work with many vehicle manufacturer. http://www.nvidia.com/object/automotive-partner-innovation.htmlTesla and Mobileye had a very messy parting of the ways...
Yup, there's a couple of ways of doing this but the real key for auto-driving is that the camera is moving. That gives paralax changes (closer objects to the side shift in relation to further-away object) and focus changes (if your point of focus is far away, stuff that's starting to get blurry is getting closer and is probably of concern therefore).Mobileeye's claim as mentioned was that one camera (not two up front like subaru and others?) can interpret images to determine 3D environments.