Volvo has unveiled a new driverless truck which it says is an “innovative transport solution to drive safety and productivity”.
The company says that the self-driving truck, driving autonomously from one hub to another, is part of a development project exploring how automation can contribute to increased productivity, enhanced safety and lower environmental impact.
Volvo says that, in showing the truck, such aims and goals have for the first time been demonstrated to a broader audience. Continue reading Volvo unveils driverless truck aimed at ‘hub-to-hub’ intralogistics operations
Mercedes has demonstrated a driverless snow-clearing truck, called Arocs, at Frankfurt Airport. The world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer says the vehicle is the result of specific customer requirements.
Daimler, parent company of Mercedes, says it the demonstration, which involved four trucks, is an “unprecedented test” which shows another potential solution for the future use of automated commercial vehicles.
Following the successful demonstration of the innovative Highway Pilot and Highway Pilot Connect systems, the latter making truck platooning possible, the company says the self-driving, snow-clearing truck presentation is “another development step forward” on the road to the fully connected and autonomous commercial vehicle. Continue reading Mercedes demonstrates driverless snow-clearing trucks at Frankfurt Airport