Special report: The path to the autonomous truck – 2019 edition

Automotive World’s latest report explores developments in autonomous truck technology

Special report: The path to the autonomous truck – 2019 edition

A new Automotive World report explores developments in autonomous drive technology for medium and heavy trucks.

Trucking is widely seen as the first commercially viable application of autonomous drive technology. Considering the commercial incentive, the trucking sector could become the leading industry for autonomous driving. However, while technology for autonomous operations should be ready by 2025, the key challenge for participants in this space is public acceptance. Without public acceptance, investment in autonomous trucks could be futile.

This exclusive Automotive World special report looks at the current state of autonomous drive truck technology, and what the truck sector needs to do to bring the technology to market.

In this report:

  • Executive summary
  • Agility and flexibility essential on the path to the autonomous truck
  • A holistic, modular approach central to Scania’s autonomous truck development
  • Strength in numbers: Collaboration and flexibility key for autonomous truck suppliers
  • Teleoperation could prove an important piece in the automated truck puzzle
  • Dynamic load conditions complicate autonomous truck testing
  • What are the fleet benefits for autonomous trucking?
  • Autonomous truck testing roundup: the race to be first to market

‘Special report: The path to the autonomous truck – 2019 edition opens with an article commissioned exclusively for Automotive World by Wilfried Aulbur of Roland Berger, and provides insight from a range of automotive industry stakeholders, including:

  • Accenture
  • AVL
  • FEV
  • Knorr-Bremse
  • McKinsey
  • Millbrook
  • Scania
  • Starsky Robotics
  • TuSimple
  • UPS

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