Advanced Training Systems of Florida has developed a hyper-realistic VR training system to help attract a new generation of drivers.
The global transportation industry is juggling a mixture of forces that are cause for both hope and alarm, according to a new IRU report.
Volvo Trucks unveiled an electric autonomous truck concept designed to be the heart of a connected system for hauling big loads over short distances.
Mercedes-Benz Vans unveiled a hybrid strategy around a self-driving vehicle platform that targets both passengers and cargo.
Aurora Labs of Israel is working on a way to help connected and self-driving vehicles fix themselves to avoid the growing costs of software-related recalls.
Self-driving delivery company Boxbot raised $7.5 million from Toyota and others to develop last-mile logistics.
Freightos, an Israeli company, is trying to digitize the trillion-dollar international freight industry to make it more efficient and more transparent.
Waymo, the transportation division of Alphabet, says the vehicles will haul cargo from the Atlanta area to Google's data centers.
Starsky Robotics said it raised $16.5 million and also completed a 7-mile autonomous trucking haul without a human in the cab.
Autonomous truck tech startup TuSimple has raised $55 million in funding. It plans to use the money to deploy its technology in the U.S. and China.
Nokia General Partners, the VC arm of the telecom giant, has made transportation one of its key investment areas.