Trucks Mark a Promising Application for Automation

In an article for Automotive World, Navigant Research says the use of autonomous trucks is expected to be widespread by 2030

While autonomous trucks are already used in applications such as mining, their potential to transform long-haul freight routes as well as local package delivery is expected to encourage adoption in the next decade and beyond.

In an article for Automotive World, Sam Abuelsamid, senior research analyst at Navigant Research, explains how factors such as employment shortages, increasing safety regulations, and cost considerations are positioning autonomous trucks as an economically promising sector for automation, marking an opportunity for manufacturers and operators.

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