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Q&A: DTNA's O'Leary on Creating Tomorrow

Q&A: DTNA's O'Leary on Creating Tomorrow

John O’Leary has had his hands full since he took on the role of president and CEO of Daimler Truck North America just under a year ago. We talked to him about where the company — and the industry — is going.

March 10, 2022

DTNA’s O’Leary on Fast-Changing Trucking Technology

DTNA’s O’Leary on Fast-Changing Trucking Technology

Connectivity, autonomous technology, and electric trucks are a trifecta of solutions to the challenges posed by the fast-changing dynamics of global commerce, Daimler Truck North America chief John O’Leary told TMC attendees.

March 9, 2022

Navistar Pursues Technology Path to Cleaner, Automated, Connected Future

Navistar Pursues Technology Path to Cleaner, Automated, Connected Future

Now that Navistar has “a solid owner that thinks long-term,” its new CEO is excited to bring the strengths of the truck maker together with a technology infusion from parent company Traton to bring about a zero-carbon future by 2040 — and autonomous trucks, too.

February 4, 2022

TuSimple, Developer Building Autonomous-Truck Terminal
TuSimple Set for Driverless Test Runs; Proceeds Toward Autonomous-Truck Commercialization
What Does Daimler Truck Spin-Off Mean for North America?

What Does Daimler Truck Spin-Off Mean for North America?

While the chip shortage and other constraints have affected Daimler Trucks North America as they have other vehicle manufacturers, the company’s still number one in Class 6-8 market share and plans to stay there as it pushes forward with zero-emissions, autonomous, and connected-vehicle technologies.

November 11, 2021

Take a Spin with PlusDrive Automated Driving System [Video]
Volvo Reveals Prototype Autonomous Truck for North America
Freightliner Cascadia Designed for Waymo Driver
Waymo Partners with Ryder on Autonomous-Truck Uptime
Bridgestone, Einride Work Together on Electric, Autonomous Trucks
Is Collaboration the Answer to Trucking's Advancement?

Is Collaboration the Answer to Trucking's Advancement?

After years of HDT Editor In Chief Deborah Lockridge reporting on a trend toward more and more vertical integration at truck makers, we’re now seeing the push to zero-emissions and autonomous vehicles turning that on its head. Is collaboration helping the industry?

August 9, 2021

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