Autonomously Driven Trucks Hit The Road In Europe

Autonomously Driven Trucks Hit The Road In Europe

The self-driving concept has far-reaching implications for shipping and commerce

Emma Hutchings
  • 8 april 2016

This week, three connected and autonomous Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks headed out from Stuttgart on a two-day, cross-border convoy drive to Rotterdam. They were taking part in the European Truck Platooning Challenge, organized by the Dutch government. These smart trucks have the potential to make the transport of goods more efficient, sustainable and safer in the coming years.

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