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Tesla Bioweapon Defense Mode with Memory, Smart Powerwall Storm Watch & Tesla's Software DNA



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Published on April 9, 2019 |
by Zachary Shahan

9. April 2019 by Zachary Shahan


A few weeks ago, a Rich Stefani tweeted something to Elon Musk. He emphasized how unusual Elon Musk's Twitter habits are ̵

1; and how atypical Elon is – he responded to this gentleman. I use the words "abnormal" and "atypical" because Rich only has 23 followers (and tweeted only 29 times). It is not normal for a billionaire CEO with 25.6 million followers to care deeply about what people are tweeting, let alone responding to. It's not typical for a billionaire CEO to spend a lot of time talking to the unwashed masses (no insult, rich). It is typical for Elon.

However, this article is not about Elon's more specific Twitter habits. There is a great WSJ report on that. But I thought these meta-matters would be worth mentioning.

This article is more about two Tesla product enhancements and why they stand for a Tesla advantage, which is a pretty big deal. I also love the product improvements.

Rich's Tweet was a simple but excellent idea: a Tesla vehicle with biological weapons defense mode should remember where the Bioweapon Defense Mode was activated – and automatically turn it forward. Elon's simple but clearly effective answer: "Will do."

Recently, a Carlo Costanzo has received a request for further control over the Storm Watch feature of the Tesla Powerwall. Two days later voila !

The quick response to good customer ideas is one thing – it's one of the reasons why some Tesla customers and fans love Tesla and Elon. (Note: Not all customer requests are processed quickly, but that's another story.)

Another important highlight, however, is the role of Tesla as a software company. It can regularly publish updates like these and respond flexibly to customer requests and suggestions for improvement as Tesla includes a large part of "Tesla Software". Tesla is typically known as a car manufacturer or a sustainable energy company Tesla is a valued software company that works with automakers and energy companies around the world. Who knows that Tesla's software solutions are Tesla's most valuable asset. (I'll talk to ARK Invest a little bit more about that in a forthcoming CleanTech Talk podcast.)

This kind of "small improvement" may seem small every time there is an improvement that you are not particularly interested in, but when one of them tickles your lust, it stimulates your view on Tesla and encourages a customer relationship that is unique in the world of cars and electricity. Tesla loves to make his customers smile, and you can see that Tesla is always working on interactions such as the tweets mentioned above, as well as software solutions and fun.

Looking at it from a monetary point of view Tesla's technical flexibility and rapid product improvement in software sets it apart in some large sectors. That could be valuable someday.


Tags: #ElonTweets, Bioweapons Defense Mode, Elon Musk, HEPA Filters, Tesla, Tesla Energy, Tesla HEPA Filters, Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Tesla Powerwall, Tesla-Sturm Watch


About the author

Zachary Shahan Zach tries to help society to help itself (and other species). Most of the time he spends CleanTechnica as its director and editor-in-chief. He is also President of Important Media and the director / founder of EV Obsession and Solar Love . Zach is recognized worldwide as an expert in electric vehicles, solar energy and energy storage. He has reported on cleantech at conferences in India, the United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States and Canada.

Zach has long-term investments in TSLA, FSLR, SPWR, SEDG and ABB. After years of coverage of solar and electric vehicles, he simply has great confidence in these particular companies and feels like a good cleantech company he can invest in. He does not offer professional investment advice and does not want to be responsible for losing money, and do not draw any conclusions.




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