Vehicle-mounted image recognition technology is being used on Britain’s roads to create ‘intelligent’ maps of roadside assets.
Apple products worth a total of £5 million were stolen from an HGV in the UK.
According to a survey by Supply Chain Management World, 64% of executives believe that the insights being gleaned from big data can change the trucking industry forever.
The platform has been stealthily working its way into the hearts of hauliers and their clients, across a variety of sectors: Zeus.
It’s not surprising that trucking technology has been updated and repurposed because of Covid-19. Here are five examples of how trucking tech has been adapted.
To say that China dominates the electric trucking market is no exaggeration. The country is leagues ahead of its competitors in terms of producing electrified trucks. However, the signals point to sales of electric trucks to take off around the world pretty soon.
more than half (56%) of HGV operators said they saw improvements in driver behaviour from fitting camera systems in their vehicles.
have you ever thought about checking out some trucking YouTubers?
A little-known trucking start-up has beaten Tesla and Waymo in the race to run driverless trucks on the open road.
People might not fancy driving a truck in real life, but there’s plenty who are keen to have a go in gaming life.