- Peloton Pledges Commercial Platooning in 2018
2018 could bring commercial applications of truck platooning after successful demonstrations of the driver-assisted technology last month in Florida and Michigan by platooning developer Peloton Technology.
- Rollout of Active Steering in Trucking Draws Near
Active steering is steadily moving beyond the prototype stage and is expected to become available in commercial trucks within the next couple of years.
- Passenger Cars Could Point Path to Automated Steering in Trucks
The passenger car market serves as an example of the kinds of automated steering systems truck makers will likely offer in the future.
- Largest Automated Container Terminal Begins Operation in China
A $2.15 billion fully automated container terminal started operating at Shanghai’s Yangshan Port.
- Companies Race to Create Sensors for Self-Driving Vehicles
To drive a car, you need to see the world around you. But computers are blind, so autonomous cars must rely on other ways to perceive their surroundings.
- Jacksonville, Fla., Opens Test Track to Future for Self-Driving Shuttles
The futuristic appeal of the autonomous vehicles that began operating Dec. 21 on the Jacksonville Transportation Authority test track is the prospect that eventually hundreds of them could be shuttling passengers around downtown.