Boeing autonomous passenger air vehicle completes first flight

Powered by an electric propulsion system, Boeing's PAV prototype is designed for fully autonomous flight from takeoff to landing.

Jacksonville awarded grant for circulator system using AV tech

Will deploy a network of autonomous vehicles and incorporate smart technologies, such as pedestrian sensors.

How One Fleet Faces Maintenance Tech Shortages Head-On

Paul Cupka, maintenance facility superintendent for Fairfax County’s Department of Vehicle Services in Virginia, talks maintenance technician shortages.

AE Industry Trends for 2019

Step into the near future with 22 leading agents and executives, all offering their predictions for a new year that promises sweeping change for a rapidly evolving F&I industry.

Cities may be completely redesigned around changed mobility: Study

Focuses on ridesharing, micro-mobility, EVs, and AVs and details their impact on commercial real estate sector.

Transdev names new VP, operational performance

Palle Lansman brings an approach based on work-flow efficiency, automation, and management processes that add value.

Denmark Transits Form Demand-Response Cooperative to Cut Costs

The cooperative orchestrates the “optimal and cheapest combination of trips, originating from many different transportation authorities and different booking interfaces, utilizing vehicle resources from many different private transportation operators.”

South Korea Fleet Market Now 10% of Auto Market

Revised U.S. trade deal with South Korea doubles U.S. export potential, while South Korea’s government plans to boost EV production and bail out the ailing auto parts market with subsidies.

New Jersey Forming Autonomous Vehicle Task Force

New Jersey's Assembly has approved legislation that would establish a task force for the safe deployment of autonomous vehicles in the state.

How is the Growth of E-Commerce Affecting Trucking?

Some of the issues of most concern to the industry, such as the driver shortage, hours of service, and truck parking, are affected by the growth of...

Why You Need to Prepare for the Disruption of 'Inflection Points' in Trucking

The change points that will bring sweeping changes to the transportation and tire industries are already happening, argues Goodyear CEO Rich Kramer. And anyone not thinking and acting now on those changes has already fallen behind, says Jack Roberts in his Truck...

Q&A: Wabco's Morrison on Active Steering Advances

In our January issue, HDT Equipment Editor Jim Park explored how advances in steering are soon going to make driving easier, and will be an important part of the move toward more automation in trucks. Here's a more extended interview on the topic with Jon...

Rising to Meet the New Vehicle Maintenance Needs of Vehicle Autonomy

Learn how your fleet can benefit from Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) while seamlessly addressing transitional challenges.

Panel Focuses on Technology’s Impact on Aftermarket

Electric vehicles, telematics, cyber security, advanced driver assistance systems, automated driving, alternative fuels and the continued growth of e-commerce are all things fleets are facing or will face in the future.

RTD Denver to offer Masabi's mobile ticketing in Uber app

This launch will help Uber users to more easily discover and access public transit services.

E-Commerce, Electric Trucks, Telematics Transforming the Truck Parts Aftermarket

The repair and upkeep of Class 6-8 trucks and trailers is being transformed by many of the same factors that are transforming the business of moving freight.

Las Vegas Digitizes Roadway Info for Autonomous Vehicle Testing

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada recently became the world's first road agency to digitize roadway information for utilization by autonomous vehicles in Las Vegas.

Denver launches first autonomous shuttle

The EasyMile shuttle will be programmed to make designated stops along predetermined routes.