Opinions are split as to whether the U.S. or Europe is ahead in self-driving truck development. But there’s agreement that the competition to stake a claim to be first with a technology that promises to revolutionize commerce is intensifying.
Senior auto industry executives discuss the role that pickup trucks and SUVs will play in adopting self-driving technology at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
Consumer Watchdog claims Otto, which is owned by Uber, does not have proper self-driving permits as required by California law, as well as operating vehicles that exceed the weight limit of the state’s current testing requirements.
A recent report from the University of Michigan suggests that Americans are nervous about cyber-criminals accessing autonomous cars
Autonomous trucking is coming faster than expected – perhaps within five years, according to panelists at the Transportation Research Board’s 96th annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on Monday.
A survey from logistics information company EFT shows companies are investing in innovation centers, autonomous vehicles and mechanized manufacturing.
Self-driving trucks face myriad technical and regulatory hurdles before they will become common on highways, said Volvo Truck tech expert Torbjörn Holmström.
A study prepared by the American Transportation Research Institute identifies key concerns as interest in autonomous vehicles intensifies.
In the first commercial use of a self-driving truck, Otto, the autonomous truck company acquired by Uber, hauled Budweiser beer across the U.S.
Tesla Motors plans to start shipping cars with full self-driving capability in the coming weeks in anticipation that regulators will eventually allow the vehicles to operate without any human intervention.