Tesla's progress in both the electric vehicle industry and robotics

Tesla's progress in both the electric vehicle industry and robotics

Tesla Inc. TSLA is making significant progress in both the electric vehicle industry and robotics.

From discussing Tesla's presence in Thailand to groundbreaking manufacturing techniques and advancements in humanoid robotics, Tesla continues to push the boundaries of innovation.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, met with Thailand's Prime Minister, Prayuth Chan-o-cha, to discuss the challenges and prospects of Tesla in the Thai electric vehicle industry.

The Prime Minister voiced his commitment to support the EV sector and emphasised the potential of Thailand as a regional hub for EV production.

This meeting marks Tesla's desire to expand its operations in Thailand and the country's efforts to attract foreign investment into the EV industry. Tesla is in the process of creating the Gigapress, a machine that can assemble large parts of a vehicle in a single piece.

This innovative approach aims to significantly reduce assembly time and expenses, paving the way for more affordable electric vehicles in the future. Tesla's expansion of 3D printing and new aluminum alloysdemonstrates its dedication to pioneering manufacturing methods. Tesla's humanoid robot, Optimus, is set to use neural networks and cameras instead of LiDAR.

Ashok Elluswamy, the company's director of Autopilot software, emphasised the adaptability and precision of Optimus, while Elon Musk, CEO, shared insights into upcoming improvements in the bot's actuators, sensors, and mechanics.

With plans to release the first Optimus bot by November, Tesla is expected to make significant contributions to the robotics industry. What's more, read more about Tesla's robotic projects here.

This article was developed and published by Artificial Intelligence and Ultima Insights and underwent an editorial review.