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Follow the Money if You’re Tracking Autonomous Truck Technology
Predicting Trucking in 2020 – 10 Years Ago
Imagining a Completely Driverless Truck

Imagining a Completely Driverless Truck

A truck designed from the ground up with only minimal considerations for human passengers would be a radically different vehicle from the ones on the road today.

December 29, 2020

Like to Drive? Don't Worry About the Robots.
2020 Trucking Ahead

2020 Trucking Ahead

The early signs indicate this will be a newsworthy year -- both inside trucking and out. Blog commentary by Senior Editor Jack Roberts.

January 3, 2020

Trucking Technology: 2019 in the Rear-View Mirror

Trucking Technology: 2019 in the Rear-View Mirror

2019 wasn't so much a year of earth-shattering headlines on the trucking technology front, as it was a year of consolidating gains and making solid business cases for new ways of moving goods. Commentary by HDT Senior Editor Jack Roberts.

December 31, 2019

The Speed of Technology Just Jumped into Hyperspace
A Complete Tech Transformation for Trucking

A Complete Tech Transformation for Trucking

Taken alone, new technology in trucking is amazing. Look at the Big Picture, however, and you start to see how radical the changes coming may very well be.

October 16, 2019

Self-Driving Tech Developer Aims for 24/7 Trucking

Self-Driving Tech Developer Aims for 24/7 Trucking

Much of the talk around self-driving trucks has focused on safety enhancements lately. But Waymo's CEO made it clear that trucking nonstop and around-the-clock remains the Holy Grail of tech developers.

October 1, 2019

Asleep in a Tesla? Combating Complacency with Advanced Safety Systems
Short-Sighted Thinking at the FCC

Short-Sighted Thinking at the FCC

As the possibilities of connected and autonomous vehicles become clearer, the head of the Federal Communications Commission wants to pull the plug on a dedicated Wi-Fi spectrum for vehicle-to-vehicle communications.

September 6, 2019

Assessing the True Impact of Delivery Robots on Driving Jobs
To Understand Trucking Disruption, Look to the Money on the Table
Can We Trust Autonomous Vehicles?

Can We Trust Autonomous Vehicles?

The NTSB has determined that the actions of a human truck driver was a probable cause in a collision with an autonomous shuttle bus. The driver behaved as drivers have always done under the circumstance; but the computer-controlled shuttle did not.

July 15, 2019

Let’s Put our Wounded Warriors Behind the Wheel