Trucks

  1. CHEC Tool from Daimler to Streamline Vocational Truck Customization

    CHEC Tool from Daimler to Streamline Vocational Truck Customization Daimler Trucks North America LLC (DTNA) developed the Custom Hardware and Electronics Configurator (CHEC) tool to streamline the vocational customization process. The CHEC tool enables Truck Equipment Manufacturers (TEM) and dealers to easily view, edit, compare and update electrical configurations in Freightliner vocational trucks, reducing upfit Read more...
  2. Acela Truck Gains GSA Listing

    Acela Truck Gains GSA Listing Acela Truck Co. has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration for listing on the Federal Supply Service Schedule. The listing facilitates the procurement of vehicles under prenegotiated terms and prices. The GSA provides centralized procurement for the federal government through its online ordering system, GSA Advantage!, offering Read more...
  3. Navistar International 360 Connects Trucks to Service

    Navistar International 360 Connects Trucks to Service International 360 connects the International service network to heavy truck fleets. It integrates service communications and remote diagnostics into one comprehensive solution, and is integrated with over 24 telematics service providers through OnCommand Connection, Navistar's advanced remote diagnostics platform. It also has full integration Read more...
  4. Inside Development of Liebherr’s Latest Articulated Dump Trucks and a First Look at the New TA230 (VIDEO)

    Inside Development of Liebherr’s Latest Articulated Dump Trucks and a First Look at the New TA230 (VIDEO) Liebherr will put its new 30-ton articulated dump trucks in its company rental fleet starting next year and make the unit—the TA230—available for sale to end users in 2021. The company will expand its lineup to include a 40- and 45-ton model, to be introduced at the 2022 Bauma show. Liebherr showcased its ongoing articulated dump truck Read more...
  5. Autonomous Towing Tractors Being Tested at Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA)

    Autonomous Towing Tractors Being Tested at Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) Air cargo and checked baggage will be transported via autonomous towing tractors as part of a pilot program at Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) in Japan. NAA is working with Japan Airlines (JAL) for this trial, which is based on an offer from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism to operate autonomous towing Read more...
  6. Volvo Group Targets Cybersecurity in Future Autonomous Vehicle Operations

    Volvo Group Targets Cybersecurity in Future Autonomous Vehicle Operations Volvo Group Venture Capital AB has invested in Upstream Security, a leading Israeli automotive cybersecurity company. The investment will fund the development of systems to protect connected vehicles following the introduction of data-driven technologies. Upstream Security is a Tel Aviv-based start-up company which provides cybersecurity solutions Read more...
  7. Volvo Creates a Dedicated Business for Autonomous Industrial and Commercial Transport

    Volvo Creates a Dedicated Business for Autonomous Industrial and Commercial Transport Volvo Group has established a new dedicated business group focused on autonomous transportation, with a mandate that covers industry segments like mining, ports and moving goods between logistics hubs of all kinds. The vehicle maker has already been active in putting autonomous technology to work in these industries, with self-driving projects — Read more...
  8. Autonomous Trucking Startup Einride Eyes US Market with $25 Million in New Funding

    Autonomous Trucking Startup Einride Eyes US Market with $25 Million in New Funding Einride, the Swedish autonomous vehicle startup known for its futuristic pods designed to haul freight, has raised $25 million in a Series A round that will be used to fund its expansion into the United States. The round was co-led by EQT Ventures and NordicNinja VC, a fund backed by Panasonic, Honda, Omron and the Japan Bank for International Read more...
  9. Volvo Dynamic Steering Cuts Effort and Fatigue

    Volvo Dynamic Steering Cuts Effort and Fatigue Volvo Dynamic Steering, a device that claims to reduce steering force up to 85 percent, is coming to North America after development and use in Europe, the builder announced Sept. 12. The steering assist greatly cuts driver effort while stabilizing the vehicle in crosswinds and crowned and uneven pavement, helps maintain control in a front-tire Read more...
  10. Volvo’s First Electric VNR Ready for the Road

    Volvo’s First Electric VNR Ready for the Road VTNA plans regional rollout of its first Class 8 battery-electric vehicle over next two years. OEM will offer full service, including electric charging infrastructure. Volvo Trucks North America plans a late-2020 regional rollout of its first Class 8 battery-electric vehicle. One of the first VNR Electric vehicles was shown off for the first time Read more...

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