The truck’s electricity is supplied on-the-go by a hydrogen fuel cell, giving it a range of more than 1,200 miles while delivering over 1,000 horsepower and 2,000 ft. lbs. of ...
The integration brings end-to-end automation to the shipment lifecycle for freight brokers, owner operators and company drivers.
The corridor is a four-lane, limited access highway that will be used as a “real-world proving ground” for autonomous and connected vehicle technologies, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. ...
SmartDrive Systems announced in a press briefing Tuesday the availability of new add-ons within its video and safety intelligence platform, plus updates to its existing platform available to all subscribing ...
One of the new modules is a comprehensive measurement system used by brokers to evaluate carrier performance.
As fleets continue to capture more data on driver safety and compliance, the demand for automated risk management systems is growing.
Having the right information and software tools is a necessary step to more fully optimize labor resources.
Hirschbach Motor Lines has decided to incorporate the Lytx DriveCam in-cab video system into its fleet of trucks.
The group's goal is to develop powertrain tech and automated driving controls to improve fuel efficiency in tractor trailers by 20 percent in real-world driving conditions.
The transportation management software is for small companies with a starting price of $69 a month and the first 30-days free
The new dashboard allows fleets to keep track of idle time of their trucks, get alerts any time a fault code is detected, monitor driver behavior and use geofencing.
Autonomous trucks will drastically change the trucking industry, says the American Transportation Research Institute in a new report, with implications ranging from major regulatory reform to greater efficiency and safety, ...
A number of systems give drivers automated feedback through mobile devices, which include easy-to-understand scores and competitions to earn rewards and recognition.
A wearable Internet of Things system can interact with drivers if risky behaviors occur such as exceeding the posted speed limits or when they become distracted or fatigued.
Advanced speed management technologies are making the idea of "tamper proof" speed limiters seem outdated