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Denso Partners with Startup Group to Advance Technology Development

Along with 40 other automotive industry players, Denso has partnered with the Plug and Play Mobility Program to advance business and development in connectivity, autonomous technology, shared mobility, and electrification.

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A Fatal Vision of the Autonomous Vehicle Future

Naysayers insist accidents, injuries and fatalities show that autonomous vehicle research should be ended or scaled back. But history shows us a more likely path forward.

Continental Shows Off Advanced Transportation Technology

If you only think "tires" when you think of Continental, think again. HDT's Jack Roberts shares a preview of some of the high-tech solutions the company will showcase at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in September in Germany.

Commentary: Are SuperTrucks a Waste of Money?

SuperTrucks have been called a waste of taxpayer money or government-funded marketing. Executive Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood might disagree.

ZF Unveils its Latest Roadmap to Electric and Automated Trucks and More

German component manufacturer ZF Friedrichshafen AG showed off its vision of the future of trucking and logistics at the company's Technology Day, unveiling new electric and automated vehicle technologies.

Daimler Talks Truck Sales, Tariffs, and Globalism

Daimler Trucks execs emphasized the benefits of global collaboration as the OEM develops new electric and automated truck technology, at the same time warning of the potential negative effects of tariffs and trade wars.

Kenworth to Work with UPS on SuperTruck II Project

Kenworth and UPS are collaborating on the Dept. of Energy's SuperTruck II program, using data from the shipping giant’s typical duty cycles to tune a fuel-efficient prototype truck.

Thor COO: Electric Trucks a 'Fantastic' Fit for Regional, Local Class 8 Applications

Thor Trucks COO Giordano Sordoni says electric trucks are a surprisingly good fit for the majority of Class 8 operations today.

Great Change and Great Pain in Trucking's Future?

A study focusing on autonomous vehicles says these new technologies could send massive shock waves through our society.

The Power of Technology to Transform Trucking Fleets

Technology is poised to take $236 million in inefficiencies out of trucking operations over the next four years, Navistar's Jeff Sass told attendees at HDT's Heavy Duty Trucking Exchange.