Transdev's Alexander to Retire

He has worked in the transit industry his entire career, having started as a transit planner in Cincinnati in 1976. He joined Transdev U.S. in 2000.

metro-magazine.com

Embark Pursues OEM Integration of Autonomous Tech, Rolls out Carrier Program

Embark is taking steps to commercialize its autonomous truck technology, making it easier for truck makers to integrate the system and setting up a development program with major trucking fleets.

truckinginfo.com

VW Joins Prestigious Electric Vehicle Musuem Digital Exhibit

Volkswagen’s first global EV joins the brand's “Building an Electric Future” exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum, which debuted in November 2019.

chargedfleet.com

Aioi USA Selects Netradyne’s Driveri D-210 Device for Mobility Fleets

Aioi USA will use data collected by Driveri to better measure and understand driver behavior, in order to create insights-driven insurance products and increase road safety.

worktruckonline.com

Bendix Driver Assistance System Now Standard on International LT, RH

Bendix Wingman Fusion driver assistance system with enhanced features is now standard safety equipment on the International Trucks LT and RH Series, and an option on the MV, HV and HX Series trucks.

truckinginfo.com

Season 6 Episode 2 Are Two AI Trucks Twice as Good as One?

While most autonomous truck developers are teaching and testing their AI in single trucks on highways in the southwest, Locomation is taking a different approach. Dr. Çetin Meriçli, CEO and co-founder of autonomous truck developer, Locomation explains why his...

truckinginfo.com

GM Confirms Electric Chevrolet Silverado

The first-ever electric Silverado full-size truck will have a GM-estimated range of more than 400 miles and will be built at Factory ZERO, the renamed Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center.

worktruckonline.com

Gatik and Isuzu to Partner on Autonomous Medium-Duty Trucks

Beginning this year, Gatik will integrate its autonomous driving technology into Isuzu medium-duty N-Series trucks to produce SAE Level 4 delivery vehicles.

fleetforward.com

Isuzu in Collaboration to Develop Autonomous Medium-Duty Trucks

Isuzu North America Corp. and Gatik announced on April 6, 2021 a strategic collaboration to develop and evaluate fully autonomous medium-duty trucks. This collaboration is an industry first in the medium-duty truck category. The first vehicles will be deployed...

automotive-fleet.com

Q&A: Kenworth Talks Production Delays, New Trucks, Tech

Kenworth General Manager Kevin Baney discussed production delays due to a COVID-19 disruption in microchip availability and sat down with HDT to...

truckinginfo.com

Isuzu Completes Acquisition of UD Trucks

Isuzu Motors has completed the transaction to acquire Japan-based UD Trucks from the Volvo Group for approximately $2.2 billion.

truckinginfo.com

Volvo, Aurora to Develop On-Highway Autonomous Trucks

Volvo and Aurora signed a deal to work together on developing on-highway autonomous trucks.

truckinginfo.com

Paccar Genuine Releases New Air Filters

Paccar filtration products are designed exclusively for Paccar heavy- and medium-duty engines.

worktruckonline.com

Polaris and Optimus Ride to Develop Fully Autonomous GEM Electric Vehicles

An exclusive line of Polaris GEM electric low-speed vehicles will be manufactured to fully integrate Optimus Ride’s autonomous software and hardware suite direct from the factory.

government-fleet.com

Zeus Electric Chassis Becomes Newest California Mobility Center Client

Minnesota-based Zeus Electric Chassis specializes in designing and manufacturing Class 3-8 severe-duty electric vocational work trucks.

worktruckonline.com

Inside Waymo's Autonomous Truck [VIDEO]

Waymo offers a virtual ride-along in the cab of one of its autonomous fleet trucks. A 15-minute loop around the south side of Phoenix reveals how the AI recognizes and responds to traffic.

truckinginfo.com

Embark Tackles Autonomous-Truck Work Zone Safety

Embark said it is the first automated truck technology company to introduce a work-zone navigation system, and it's working with Arizona to improve work-zone safety.

truckinginfo.com

Texas City Launches On-Demand Self-Driving Shuttle Service

The City of Arlington, Texas, in partnership with Via and May Mobility, has launched RAPID, a pilot program that will provide autonomous vehicle rides as part of the city's on-demand public transit network.

government-fleet.com