Class 8 manufacturers have faced a difficult market recently, but a regional business focus incorporating key technologies will separate winners from losers in the next 3 three to 5 five years.
Automotive transport, including the trucking industry, will see more change in the next five years than it has in the last 50.
Advanced technologies like platooning and autonomous trucks are on the horizon, but the trucking industry shouldn’t lose sight of the freight hauling efficiency technology that is available today.
From on-demand freight platforms to self-driving technology, the trucking industry is undergoing a digital transformation that will affect the entirety of the supply chain.
With the U.S. ranked nearly last among high-income nations in annual traffic fatalities, new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reinforces the importance of roadway infrastructure improvements to enhancing safety.
Written by Stephen Burns, founder and chief executive of Workhorse Group. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders. Innovation is something that we tend to recognize...
The federal government’s plan to require speed limiters on large trucks that would hold their speeds to a set level is a logical step that would improve safety.
Deep learning, an advanced form of artificial intelligence, is becoming increasingly possible as the trucking world moves towards fully self-driving trucks.