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FMCSA seeks more feedback on regs related to autonomous trucks
For the second time, FMCSA is asking for public feedback on how the agency should approach certain regulations as they relate to the deployment of autonomous trucks. Also: ELD removed from device registry; Freightliner, Love's partner for service; more.
February 1, 2023
Pronto focusing more on off-road autonomy as on-highway software challenges remain
Though strides have been made in autonomous driving technology, software still "can't generalize and predict" as well as developers had hoped, said Pronto Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Ognen Stojanovski.
January 31, 2023
Former USA Truck boss joins autonomous truck startup
As CEO, James Reed oversaw the sale of USA Truck to German transportation firm DB Schenker.
January 19, 2023
California reconsidering its unfriendly autonomous trucking regs?
California has permitted public testing of autonomous commercial vehicles trucks since 2019, but there is a 10,000 pound weight limit.
January 10, 2023
Watch: Big fuel economy gain in Torc Robotics' autonomous truck
Torc Robotics executives point out how their self-driving Freightliners can deliver big fuel savings at the pump.
January 6, 2023
Questions about autonomous vehicles
The cottage industries that pre-dated the industrial revolution built skilled labor, craftspeople and tradespeople but the industrial revolution largely put these skilled positions on the back burner.
January 4, 2023
TuSimple CEO blames 'difficult' economy for major layoff
TuSimple's layoff announcement on Wednesday is the latest setback for the California-based autonomous truck developer.
December 21, 2022
Aurora rolls out update to its autonomous trucking capabilities
Aurora Driver Beta 5.0 unlocks new capabilities including detecting and appropriately responding to emergency vehicles like ambulances, fire engines and law enforcement vehicles.
December 19, 2022
Knight-Swift gets first autonomous-powered truck
The carrier will directly own and operate a truck with select features of Embark’s automated driving software.
December 19, 2022
Uber Freight, Volvo announce autonomous partnership
The partnership marks Uber Freight’s first commercial collaboration with an autonomous fleet, and it will serve as one of V.A.S.’s first customers to pilot its hub-to-hub autonomous offering.
December 14, 2022
Autonomous vehicle developers provide a look at law enforcement interaction
Autonomous vehicle interactions with law enforcement continue to grow, and if a viral video between an officer and an autonomous car earlier this year is any indication, there's plenty of work to be done.
December 6, 2022
TuSimple, Navistar call off autonomous partnership
TuSimple and Navistar are ending to their autonomous truck co-development partnership after just two years.
December 5, 2022
Torc Robotics autonomous truck a mostly boring ride
Daimler subsidiary Torc Robotics gave CCJ a ride inside one of their autonomous Freightliners this week in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
November 17, 2022
Autonomous firm TuSimple names new CEO
The company's former CEO returns to the position after his successor was fired at the end of October. Also: Diesel prices expected to remain above $5/gallon into 2023.
November 14, 2022
Embark launches coast-to-coast autonomous trucking network across Sunbelt
Embark said the expanded network it is positioned to serve covered 9.5 billion miles of annual freight in 2020.
November 1, 2022
ZF's third gen OnGuardMAX offers big improvements in automated emergency braking
CCJ got to experience ZF's third gen OnGuardMAX Autonomous Emergency Braking System this week which delivers a whole new level of safety on highway and in busy urban areas.
October 12, 2022
The autonomous bigfoot
I’ve been reading for months about all the autonomous vehicle (AV) testing going on in Texas and I can finally confirm that they do exist.
October 7, 2022
Driverless trucking: Driver shortage solution or missing link in the supply chain?
The American Trucking Associations estimates that the truck driver shortage could reach 160,000 by 2030 – the same year many autonomous tech companies expect their platforms to be mature and ready for primetime.
October 6, 2022
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Oral fluid testing rolls out today, but program is still on pause
While oral swab testing has been authorized as of today, it can't be implemented until the Department of Health and Human Services approves two labs – and none have applied.
Freight market curbing fleets' appetite for once in-demand used trucks
Data shows technology helps commercial fleets improve safe driving behaviors
Trucking groups push back on potential benefits of heavier trucks
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