Saturday, July 22, 2017
Technology
Bendix continues popular Tech Talks during MATS, from air dryers to drivers' roles in automation

Bendix continues popular Tech Talks during MATS, from air dryers to drivers' roles in automation

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bendix will continue its popular Tech Talk series here during the 2017 Mid-America Trucking Show at the Louisville Expo Center and Fairgrounds March 23-25, with topics ranging from air dryer performance to brake maintenance and new this year, a look at trucking’s “pathway to an automated future,” including the role drivers will play.

ONE20 to launch ELD with easy-to-use driver app

ONE20 to launch ELD with easy-to-use driver app

MINNEAPOLIS — ONE20 said it plans to launch an Electronic Logging Device named F-ELD, with an easy-to-use driver app.

Mack, Telogis offering free 30-day trial of fleet management services

Mack, Telogis offering free 30-day trial of fleet management services

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Mack Trucks and Telogis, a Verizon company, are offering a free 30-day trial of Mack Fleet Management Services with Telogis Fleet.

Josh Sagler from River States La Crosse Freightliner dealership wins technician competition

Josh Sagler from River States La Crosse Freightliner dealership wins technician competition

LACROSSE, Wis. — River States Truck and Trailer hosted the first annual Top Technician Skill and Troubleshooting Competition February 26 with over 40 technicians from River States locations — Minnesota Truck and Trailer and La Crosse Truck Center — taking part in a written exam on diagnostics, troubleshooting and repair of heavy-duty diesel engines.

Another autonomous truck startup says trucker kept behind wheel, just not in cab

Another autonomous truck startup says trucker kept behind wheel, just not in cab

The dust had hardly cleared from Otto’s autonomous truck rival Embark landing on the scene last week, to a third startup entering the fray — Starsky Robotics — this time with what the company says is a way to keep the trucker behind the wheel. Just not in the cab.

Similar to ride-sharing apps, Doft launches service to match owner-operators, loads

Similar to ride-sharing apps, Doft launches service to match owner-operators, loads

SILICON VALLEY, Calif. — Doft, a new solution aimed at helping America’s 400,000 or so freelance and owner-operator truckers find work, has officially launched nationwide.

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