Researchers at the University of Waterloo have employed artificial intelligence (AI) to create software that can detect problems with roads, bridges and buildings.
Posted Thursday July 05, 2018 in Security
Various trucking and freight transport groups urged U.S. regulators to prioritize cybersecurity as manufacturers and suppliers continue rolling out more automated and autonomous driving systems
The number of cyberattacks to the trucking and logistics industries are growing, with attacks having the potential to cripple a company, according to a panel of experts at the Fleet Data Management and Cybersecurity Conference.
Canada’s Senate Committee on Transport and Communications delivered 16 recommendations to help prepare Canadians for the autonomous vehicles, adding the country should better plan for the impacts
One truck manufacturer exec says the digital supply chain will be the next big breakthrough in trucking productivity – even more so than electric or autonomous trucks.