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Volvo Autonomous Solutions starts operations in Texas

Volvo Autonomous Solutions (V.A.S.) expands its footprint with the establishment of an office in Texas, starts operations in preparation for autonomous hub-to-hub transport.

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Autonomous technology on the road

For middle mile stretches where driver intervention is minimal, autonomous technology is a great solution being developed by many technology companies.

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C.R. England, Torc announce autonomous trucking pilot

The collaboration will serve as an expansion for Torc to support carriers in the refrigerated freight market.

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Kodiak Robotics introduces autonomous, electric Class 8 truck

A Peterbilt Model 579EV autonomous electric truck was displayed at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo.

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Iveco, Plus start automated truck public road testing in Germany

Iveco and Plus will begin testing in Germany and plan to expand to Austria, Italy and Switzerland.

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Torc Robotics to acquire Algolux

The acquisition will allow Torc to utilize perception technology within its autonomous software.

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Five truck trend takeaways from (FE)bruary

The month of February can be pretty uneventful. Good thing FE has you covered with some great trucking content.

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Truck stories we love

Roses are red, truck tires roll too, here are some stories we picked just for you.

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The biggest truck technology stories of 2022

Technology is changing the way all things operate. In the world of heavy-duty trucking operations, fleets are constantly looking for ways to work smarter, not harder. Now, technology is supporting processes that are automated, instantaneous and increasingly available to the trucking industry. With all of the developments, integrations, partnerships and product advancements, looking into technology progression

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SuperTruck, Autonomous Truck, Electric Truck: Peterbilt’s biggest technology lineup

Parked side by side, Peterbilt’s most advanced trucks–its autonomous Model 579 test truck, the 2023 SuperTruck, and the battery electric Model 579EV day cab–were an impressive display of how quickly and far truck technology has advanced, even through two years of world-altering events. The autonomous Model 579 on display was a next step in the

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Can we ever prove that autonomous trucks are safe?

Let’s say a Level 4 automated truck is driving along and – oh sorry, does that make you uncomfortable? Even if data could prove to you that autonomous trucks are without a shadow of a doubt safer and cause fewer accidents every year… it still feels wrong. Why is that? Autonomous trucks are advancing in

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Torc Robotics collaborates with logistics companies on autonomous trucking

Torc is now cooperating with U.S. logistics companies to further develop the real-world applications for autonomous trucking. To that end, Torc has established the Torc Autonomous Advisory Council (TAAC) with key freight industry players to incorporate deep industry insights into its development process. Council members such as Schneider, Covenant Logistics, Penske Truck Leasing, Ryder System

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