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Locomation introduces third-generation automated truck models


Managing Editor of Fleet Equipment Magazine

Automated truck maker Locomation announced that it has rolled out its third generation of automated trucks, using the Kenworth T680 model as the base platform. These third-generation trucks feature new hardware, including Tier-1 supplied and jointly-developed autonomous operation intent steering, brake and powertrain, as well as more advanced autonomy software, the company says.

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“When we started Locomation, we had a hypothesis that human-guided autonomous truck convoys would be the safest and fastest way to deploy autonomous vehicles on our roadways, and we were right,” said Locomation co-founder and chief executive officer Dr. Çetin Meriçli. “Not only has our strategy been commercially successful, with 2,120 ARC systems under contract, we have also added a portfolio of AV products with a suite of tools, methods and processes that will enable motor carriers to successfully implement and execute their autonomous truck services.”



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