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Level 4 Self-Driving Technology Designed for Trucks | TuSimple
Self-Driving Technology. A Technology Designed for Heavy-Duty Trucks that helps virtual drivers to see more information, understand processes and react faster.
San Diego, United States
On December 22, 2021, TuSimple made history by becoming the world's first to operate a fully autonomous semi-truck run on open public roads without a human on board while naturally interacting with other motorists. The TuSimple Driver Out program required our upfitted self-driving truck to travel on surface streets and highways, to safely navigate traffic signals, emergency lane vehicles, on- and off-ramps, and highway lane changes in open traffic. Driver Out represents an exciting step in the evolution of self-driving trucking. It also provided crucial validation of the safety of our L4 self-driving truck technology. Founded in San Diego in 2015, TuSimple develops the world’s most-advanced self-driving technologies specifically designed for heavy-duty trucks.
Autonomous Driving Technology Designed for Trucks
... Autonomous Driving Technology Designed for Trucks ...
Blacksburg, United States
An autonomous vehicle leader since 2007, Torc is commercializing self-driving trucks for safe, sustained, long-haul innovation in the freight industry. We collaborate with top fleet management companies to develop and deploy real-world solutions. We learn from industry leaders to hone and integrate our product into focused hub-to-hub product. Our purpose is to drive the future of freight. Our vision is to be the world's leading autonomous trucking solution.
Self-Driving Truck Technology - Autonomous Vehicles | Torc Robotics
... An AV leader since 2007, Torc is commercializing autonomous, self-driving trucks for safe, sustained innovation in the trucking industry. ...
Autonomous driving trucks are vehicles with the ability to operate and maneuver independently, without requiring input from a human driver. Autonomous driving trucks use a combination of technologies such as sensors, cameras, and navigation systems to sense their environment, interpret data, and make decisions on the best course of action. This technology allows autonomous driving trucks to navigate roads and highways without the need of a human driver. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the trucking industry and improve safety, efficiency, and costs.