ISEE fully autonomous truck yard up and running

ISEE fully autonomous truck yard up and running

ISEE claims the autonomous truck yard will be help improve safety, efficiency and staffing concerns.

ISEE, a manufacturer of autonomous vehicle technology for transportation and logistics, announced that it deployed a commercial fleet of autonomous yard trucks at a Fortune 100 customer’s site in Texas. ISEE did not name the customer.

According to ISEE, the autonomous trucks operate through AI, machine learning, and computer vision, and are able to function day and night, rain or shine. The company adds that the trucks not only streamline movements of trailers and containers throughout the yard, but they also give companies staffing predictability amidst labor shortages. You can see how it works in the video below.

These ISEE autonomous trucks are working at a 1.7 million square ft. distribution center, with 750 trailer staging bays.

“This campus is the first facility to commercially deploy a fleet of fully-autonomous yard trucks. It validates that ISEE is leading the industry in autonomous yard truck technology,” said Yibiao Zhao, ISEE chief executive officer and co-founder.

“Recognizing revenue from a Fortune 100 customer for their full-facility deployment is only the beginning. We have a strong pipeline that we are excited to share when the moment is right,” adds Debbie Yu, co-founder of ISEE.

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