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Daimler Showcases Second-Generation Autonomous Freightliner Cascadia
Tank Truck Carriers May Add Extra Pulsating Rear Brake Lamp to Trailers
Digging into Autonomous Truck Tech on HDT Talks Trucking Podcast
Inside the Cab of an Autonomous Truck

Inside the Cab of an Autonomous Truck

Testing autonomous trucks is more complex than it seems. The men and women sitting in the left seat of the nation's burgeoning fleet of robotic trucks are often called safety drivers. Their responsibilities are far more comprehensive than just keeping the truck out of trouble.

September 3, 2020

TMC, FMCSA Join Forces to Boost Safety Tech Adoption
Plus.ai: Autonomous Trucks Possible in Lower 48 by Year's End
Transpo Industry Pushes Back on 5.9 GHz Reallocation Proposal
Mack Trucks Highlights Anthem Fuel Economy, Limited Edition

Mack Trucks Highlights Anthem Fuel Economy, Limited Edition

The Mack Anthem heavy-duty truck is not only proving itself to be super fuel efficient, but a new limited-edition model is more “badass” than ever, said Mack officials at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show Oct. 28 in Atlanta.

October 28, 2019

Wabco Offers Rear Blind Spot Detection for Trailers
Volvo Offers Sneak-Peek of All-New Class 8 Electric Tractor
How to Spec a Safer Truck

How to Spec a Safer Truck

Safety technology continues to evolve as OEMs introduce smarter, more efficient safety systems. Fleets should continue to stay informed on the latest technology without forgetting the basics.

September 11, 2019

ZF Develops Dual Lens Camera for ADAS, Autonomous Systems

ZF Develops Dual Lens Camera for ADAS, Autonomous Systems

Beginning next year, ZF will use a two-lens camera system to improve the performance and functionality of various advanced driver safety features. A second lens enables redundancy for Level2+ autonomous functions and offers wide-angle field of view for pedestrian detection.

June 13, 2019

Test Drive: With Early Autonomous Tech, Drivers Are Still Required

Test Drive: With Early Autonomous Tech, Drivers Are Still Required

Daimler’s optional Level 2 technologies, Lane Keep Assist and ACC to Zero, will make drivers’ jobs easier and likely a little safer — if they don’t abuse them. Jim Park reports on his experience with the latest Detroit technology on a Freightliner Cascadia.

June 12, 2019

Strick Makes Hold Open Device Standard on Certain Trailers
Focus On: Daimler’s Adaptive Cruise Control Works Down to 0 MPH [Video]