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Investors Targeting Truck Software

Embark Trucks Inc., the first autonomous trucking software company to hit the highway, is the latest to join the Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) parade to public trading. The Mountain View, Calif., startup, founded in 2016…

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TuSimple Partnering With Ryder

TuSimple partnering with Ryder System Inc to Expand Nationwide Autonomous Trucking Ryder maintenance facilities in the Southern U.S. to serve as terminals for TuSimple’s expanding Autonomous Freight Network Autonomous trucking software developer TuSimple will...

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Orders Rising For Driver-Less Trucks

TuSimple has received 6,775 reservations for a new line of SAE Level 4 International LT Series autonomous trucks. The trucks will be equipped with TuSimple’s advanced autonomous driving system and manufactured by Navistar beginning in…

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Daimler Targets Automated Driving

Daimler Trucks plans to focus its attention on automated driving, and as a result plans to pause testing of truck platooning, the company announced at the recent 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas…

Freightliner Inspiration Truck Unveiled at Hoover Dam. First Licensed Autonomous Commercial Truck to Drive on U.S. Public Highway 0

Self-Driving Fleets Gain Traction

Technology has been the cause of many changes within a number industries, ranging from self-driving cars, online payments and autonomous workers at factories and fast food restaurants. While there has been a lot of research…

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High-Tech Trucks May Face Legal Obstacles

Tesla, Otto and other companies have been developing driver-less vehicles for years, with Mercedez-Benz placing a semi-autonomous truck on the road in 2015. Tech leader and financiers alike are confident that self-driving trucks will become…

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