The show might be over but the truck equipment conversations continue.
A big truck launch needs a big venue, and the Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas was happy to oblige.
It has become increasingly apparent that electric vehicles (EVs) alone are not the sole contender in this race.
Decarbonization talk has moved, at least in the battery electric truck segment, toward equipment and infrastructure support.
It’s reassuring to know that there are a variety of technology choices available to support this transition, including natural gas.
It’s important to maintain ongoing collaboration with experts who will help you to stay up-to-date on the latest data analysis opportunities.
Thoughts on future-proofing charging infrastructure installations and charger/EV compatibility.
Let’s pop the hood and actually see the redundancy that’s required to make autonomous trucks possible.
Navistar has played a role in developing solutions that cater to the various demands of the industry’s different segments.
Here are the unintended component service consequences that come from fixing related equipment.
Today’s trucks are generating trailer loads of data, and in the service world that means fault codes.
Fleets have a want and demand for not necessarily more data, but more actionable information.