Volvo’s fully autonomous truck is the first in the world to be tested in operations deep underground in the Kristineberg Mine. The self-driving truck is part of a development project aimed at improving the transport flow and safety in the mine. The truck will cover a distance of 7 kilometres, reaching 1,320 metres underground in the narrow mine tunnels.
Navistar Auspac bass announced its new managing director with Tim Quinlan being named as the replacement for Kevin Dennis who left the company recently to return to Detroit Diesel Australia. For Quinlan it is also […]
Daimler In North America has announced its tie up with US automation company Torc Robotics will see them open a new testing centre in New Mexico to help bring self-driving trucks to U.S. highways by […]
In yet another indication that hydrogen fuel cells will become the power source for future long distance and for that matter short haul trucks, truck industry behemoths Daimler and Volvo have announced that they are […]