Saturday, July 22, 2017
Technology
TMW Systems offers Web interface for managing HOS, dispatch

TMW Systems offers Web interface for managing HOS, dispatch

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — TMW Systems now offers a mobile Web interface for the transportation industry that enables drivers to review and manage trip details, messages and other important information through their Android or iOS mobile devices.

CarriersEdge offering full suite of inspection courses

CarriersEdge offering full suite of inspection courses

The CarriersEdge Inspecting the Trailer course guides drivers through how to inspect the body of the trailer, the proper method of coupling a trailer and how to inspect the coupling components, as well as items to inspect at each axle. (Courtesy: CARRIERSEDGE)

Tesla CEO: Criticism of self-driving cars can kill people

Tesla CEO: Criticism of self-driving cars can kill people

DETROIT — Self-driving cars hold the promise of saving thousands of lives each year on U.S. roads. But does pointing out flaws with the technology effectively put people in danger?

NTSB, Safety Council meeting Oct. 27 in D.C. to discuss maximizing technology to save lives

NTSB, Safety Council meeting Oct. 27 in D.C. to discuss maximizing technology to save lives

WASHINGTON —The National Transportation Safety Board and the National Safety Council on October 27 will convene an expert panel of government officials, car manufacturers, researchers, automobile media groups, industry associations, and safety advocates here to discuss driver assistance technologies and what they mean for safety.

Want a self-driving car? Regulators consider public use

Want a self-driving car? Regulators consider public use

SACRAMENTO, Calif — California regulators asked members of the public Wednesday what they think about proposed regulations that would — eventually — permit self-driving cars that lack a steering wheel or pedals on public roads.

Exemption made permanent for Bendix collision, lane departure technology

Exemption made permanent for Bendix collision, lane departure technology

ELYRIA, Ohio — The video camera component of the Bendix Wingman Fusion collision mitigation technology and AutoVue Lane Departure Warning (LDW) System from Bendix CVS will remain compliant with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration rules, thanks to an exemption that was recently made permanent.

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