Tesla plans to establish a local operation team of around 20 people to introduce its Full Self-Driving (FSD) solution into the Chinese market, according to an August 15 report by Chinese news outlet 36Kr. “Tesla has dispatched engineers from its headquarters to China for training,” a source familiar with the matter told 36Kr. Additionally, Tesla is building a data annotation team of over a hundred people to carry out algorithm training. Unlike the autopilot assisted driving technology already in service, FSD technology seeks to accomplish driving without human intervention. As early as 2020, the US car maker introduced the Beta version of FSD in North America. Recently, the company’s chief executive Elon Musk said on social media that FSD V12 will no longer be in Beta and can be rolled out to all users, according to the report. The introduction of the FSD solution in China requires extensive tests on real roads to identify weaknesses and enable optimization, one professional in the autonomous driving industry told 36Kr. [36Kr, in Chinese]