Waymo to test autonomous semi-trucks in Arizona, Texas
Autonomous driving technology company Waymo will soon start testing self-driving semi-trucks in Arizona and Texas. -Waymo will test autonomous trucks on public freeways across Phoenix and the I-45 corridor between Dallas and Houston in the coming weeks, the company told Transport Dive on Aug. 26. -A person will sit in the driver’s seat for […]Learn More
Going mirrorless: How soon until cameras replace traditional mirrors?
“Someday in the near future, there will be no need for mirrors on commercial trucks because they may be no drivers to look into them. But until that day, mirrors remain a key part of the safety equation for truck drivers”. – According to article in freightwaves.com and its author Brian Straight Straight also wrote – “Like everything […]Learn More
Self-driving truck startup TuSimple will haul loads for U.S. Postal Service
“Self-driving truck startup TuSimple announced today that the United States Postal Service (USPS) has awarded it a contract to perform five round trips, for a two-week pilot, hauling the agency’s trailers more than 1,000 miles between the USPS distribution centers in Phoenix, Arizona and Dallas, Texas”. – According to article in freightwaves.com and its author Linda Baker Read full […]Learn More
Starsky Robotics tests self-driving truck on Florida highway
“As some technology companies scale back or eliminate their self-driving programs, Starsky Robotics is pushing forward with its autonomous truck technology”. -According to article in freightwaves.com and it author Clarissa Hawes Hawes also wrote – “The self-driving truck startup completed a series of road tests, with a driver behind the wheel, on a section of the Lee Roy […]Learn More