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Daimler Truck highlights enhanced safety assistance systems testing efforts

Around the world, up to 60 Daimler Truck vehicles undergo endurance testing throughout the year.

TuSimple highlights autonomous driving technology to enable ADAS, L4 autonomous trucks

The TuSimple Domain Controller moves from edge computing at the sensor level to a centralized platform that has the computational power to process more data, the company noted.

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The progressive process of bringing autonomous trucks to market

The automated truck driving evolution has already begun. Here’s where it’s going.

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ZF supplies lane-keeping assist technology for PACCAR powertrain trucks

OnTraX activates once it determines the truck is within its lane and traveling 40-plus MPH.

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The great sensory showdown: LiDAR, radar and camera technology

We are on the move towards fully autonomous operations. What technologies are making it happen?

The importance of flexibility in truck maintenance, ADAS in truck winterization plans

Winterization requires fleets to consider advanced technology, including ADAS for safe driving.

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A retrofittable Level 2 automated driver assistance system ride along

Automated driver assistance systems tend to get lumped together with monikers like “active lane keep assist” and “adaptive cruise control,” but the reality is that all ADAS systems have subtle operational differences that can make a big impact on a truck driver over thousands of miles. The best way to understand those differences is to

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The service needs of heavy-duty truck ADAS

The implementation of ADAS technologies has changed the game of fleet operations. With life-saving and collision-preventing features like emergency braking and active lane-keep, the automated system has positively influenced both the drivers and the roads that they drive on. ADAS technology may be changing the way drivers operate their vehicles, but it’s also changing the

Bendix school bus safety spec’ing tips

The classic yellow school bus is a symbol of safety in America, and for good reason: It is well documented as the safest form of student transportation. Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC offered a glimpse at technologies and training developed to make school bus transportation across North America even safer. ADAS advantage The National Association

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The unintended ADAS consequences of seemingly unrelated truck repairs

A truck rolls into a service shop and needs a radiator replaced. The technician dutifully does the job, moving components out of the way, replacing the radiator and putting everything back into place. The truck rolls out, but when the truck rolls under certain overpasses, a shuddering of the active brake assist systems runs through

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The evolution of ADAS technology

Technology has been propelling human innovation since our first ancestors picked up a bone and used it as a hammer. It has made our lives easier, safer and more efficient. And when it comes to the trucking industry, technology has improved safety measures by leaps and bounds. OEMs are continuously developing advanced driver assistance systems

Freightliner Plus Series medium-duty truck walk around

Productivity and safety were the names of the Freightliner Plus Series M2 and SD games when the OEM unveiled the refreshed medium-duty and vocational trucks at a pre-launch truck event earlier this summer. While the talking point of truck technology finding its way into the vocational truck segment has been building over the past several

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