February 4, 2019No Comments

Is Amazon using Self-Driving Trucks?

As we all know, technology is advancing rapidly. A self-driving truck made by Embark was recently spotted on the I-10 with the Amazon logo. Is Amazon making driverless trucks? To simply answer the question, no they are not making self-driving trucks. However, they are using self-driving trucks made by Embark. Although neither company would comment on it CNBC discussed the event in Amazon is hauling Cargo in self-driving trucks developed by Embark. For those of you who are not aware Embark is a freight company hauling autonomously from Texas to California.

“This is the first time someone has demonstrated this end-to-end," Embark CEO Alex Rodrigues says.

 "Embark moves freight for a number of major companies on the I-10, however, we cannot discuss any company specifically as our relationships are confidential." Embark CEO Alex Rodrigues says.

 

In October 2018, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration issued its updated AV3.0 policy, which has helped autonomous vehicle firms such as Embark figure out how to test their technology before driving on public roads and which rules they need to comply with to stay there.

 

A driver shortage currently plagues the trucking industry. A lack of available drivers and trucks poses a challenge to e-commerce companies. Including Amazon, whose customers expect deliveries in a relatively short time.

https://youtu.be/3yPMxV11KaA

Expect to see more autonomous trucks in circulation in the U.S. soon.

Comments

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

A lot of thanks for your whole labor on this web site. My aunt delights in engaging in internet research and it is obvious why. We all learn all concerning the dynamic ways you offer very important techniques through your web blog and as well encourage participation from people on the subject and our favorite girl is without a doubt learning a great deal. Take advantage of the remaining portion of the year. You’re performing a first class job.

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

You have observed very interesting details! ps decent internet site. 🙂

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

I went over this site and I think you have a lot of good information, saved to fav 🙂

JeaCich says:
Your comment is awaiting moderation.

Cytotec Canada Lioresal Commander 10mg Canadian Pharcharmy Online North precio cialis diario en farmacia Find Cheapeast Elocon 5g Worldwide Website Saturday Delivery Levitra Quante Ore Dura Pattaya Kamagra cialis Cialis Pas Cher Internet Cialis Comprimidos Buycialis With Out A Prescription How Many Mg Does Cialis Come In viagra Viagra Rezeptfrei Arzt Zithromax Pills Online Order On Line Amoxicilina Amoksibos Direct Amex Accepted Recherches Associees A Levitra cialis 40 mg Cheapest Levitra 20mg Medical Advice Propecia Libido Low Testosterone Propecia Chicago levitra sales in usa Walmart Generic Drug List Viagra Per Impotenza Psicogena

Like says:
Your comment is awaiting moderation.

Like!! Really appreciate you sharing this blog post.Really thank you! Keep writing.

Leave a reply

© 2018 Logiflex Inc

February 4, 2019No Comments

Is Amazon using Self-Driving Trucks?

As we all know, technology is advancing rapidly. A self-driving truck made by Embark was recently spotted on the I-10 with the Amazon logo. Is Amazon making driverless trucks? To simply answer the question, no they are not making self-driving trucks. However, they are using self-driving trucks made by Embark. Although neither company would comment on it…

Written by Josie

As we all know, technology is advancing rapidly. A self-driving truck made by Embark was recently spotted on the I-10 with the Amazon logo. Is Amazon making driverless trucks? To simply answer the question, no they are not making self-driving trucks. However, they are using self-driving trucks made by Embark. Although neither company would comment on it CNBC discussed the event in Amazon is hauling Cargo in self-driving trucks developed by Embark. For those of you who are not aware Embark is a freight company hauling autonomously from Texas to California.

“This is the first time someone has demonstrated this end-to-end," Embark CEO Alex Rodrigues says.

 "Embark moves freight for a number of major companies on the I-10, however, we cannot discuss any company specifically as our relationships are confidential." Embark CEO Alex Rodrigues says.

 

In October 2018, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration issued its updated AV3.0 policy, which has helped autonomous vehicle firms such as Embark figure out how to test their technology before driving on public roads and which rules they need to comply with to stay there.

 

A driver shortage currently plagues the trucking industry. A lack of available drivers and trucks poses a challenge to e-commerce companies. Including Amazon, whose customers expect deliveries in a relatively short time.

https://youtu.be/3yPMxV11KaA

[embed]https://youtu.be/3yPMxV11KaA[/embed]

Expect to see more autonomous trucks in circulation in the U.S. soon.

Subscribe to our blog and never miss a post.

For more information, check out our Privacy Policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *