Autonomous Impact: Supply Chain Snags

In the vast world of logistics and supply chain management, it’s impossible to deny that trucking is an essential link. In the United States alone, trucking delivers approximately 70% of goods to retail locations nationwide. As we begin crafting more resilient processes to strengthen our production, we’re looking towards innovative new techniques and technologies to … Read more

Which States Allow Autonomous Driving?

The United States is quickly shaping up to be the birthplace of commercialized autonomous driving. From the DARPA Urban Challenge to AV-focused highway infrastructure plans, the American landscape is full of potential. In recent years, autonomous technology has graduated from simulated, computer-based tests, to closed-course testing, all the way to public roads. We’re entering a … Read more

How Autonomous Trucking Can Help Your Community

Technology, when carefully selected and thoughtfully applied, can affect our lives in big, innovative ways. As we continue to develop our own trucking technology here at Torc, we’re looking towards community betterment, improving accessibility, and a brighter future for all. Although the trucking industry will transform the freight landscape, those transformative results might not always … Read more

Autonomous Vehicle Jobs: How to Find a Self-Driving Truck Job

The autonomous trucking sector has found itself at the epicenter of the global mobility revolution, driven by increased freight demand and powered by advancements in sensing, behavior algorithms and machine learning. Not only are governments around the world preparing for it, but commercial firms are growing more enthusiastic about the prospect of fully self-driving trucks … Read more

How Safe is Autonomous Driving?

The fantasy of a self-driving vehicle has been around almost as long as the automotive industry itself. But in the past 15 years, that dream has become a mission for many tech-driven automakers. In fact, in 2016 Lyft CEO John Zimmer famously predicted that self-driving vehicles would become so prevalent by 2025 that they would make automobile ownership nearly obsolete.

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