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Q&A: Autonomous Truck Developer TuSimple Makes Its Case

In a sit-down interview with HDT Equipment Editor Jim Park, Robert Brown, director of public affairs for truck tech start-up TuSimple, explains the capabilities, current limitations and potential for its autonomous truck technology.

Daimler Sees Truck Sales Leveling Out After Record 2018

After a record-breaking year for truck manufacturing in 2018, global truck maker Daimler Trucks expects to see some moderation in overall economic growth in the U.S. through the second half of the year, along with a corresponding normalization in commercial vehicle sales figures.

Daimler Chief Talks Latest Truck Automation at CES [Video]

Daimler showed off Level 2 automation in its Freightliner new Cascadia for 2020. The company also announced its break from platooning development and that it’s targeting Level 4 autonomous trucks. Here’s what Daimler Trucks chief Martin Daum had to say about the company's future plans.

Trucking Goes Mainstream at CES

The import of CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is now so massive that even Class 8 truck OEMs want to showcase their vehicles and technologies at the show. Savvy fleet managers would do well to consider why that's so, says Jack Roberts in his Truck Tech blog.

Photos From the Floor of CES

CES in Las Vegas is attended by 200,000 people and can be an overwhelming experience, but equipment editor Jim Park tries to capture the feel through his photos from the show floor.