Fuel savings, fewer repairs and reduced driver costs make a compelling business case for automated and autonomous trucks, experts say.
Remote controlled trucks are moving from toy store shelves into full-scale vehicles for the freight and logistics industry.
Competitive Enterprise Institute predicts all states could green light truck platooning within five years as Peloton and others continue to improve the technology.
Autonomous trucks will improve safety and productivity while lowering maintenance and fuel costs, but human drivers will be necessary for years, according to Embark.
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.
Support for follow-the-leader autonomous truck platooning is growing in the U.S. and Europe as industry looks to solve chronic shortage of drivers
Daimler will make its Freightliner Cascadia a global test bed for developing self-driving semi-tractors and will open an automated truck research center.
New technologies like autonomous operation and electrification threaten to scramble the trucking industry and its workforce.
The testing halt comes days after one the company’s autonomous cars struck and killed a pedestrian.
Developers of autonomous local delivery vehicles hope to revolutionize the industry; Trucks.com takes a look at these delivery disruptors.
Waymo, the transportation division of Alphabet, says the vehicles will haul cargo from the Atlanta area to Google's data centers.
Automakers are turning to low-speed shuttles to introduce autonomous technology to delivery work and public transportation on U.S. roads.