Autonomous trucks, repair-on-demand and cybersecurity challenges

October 2015
Commercial Carrier Journal;Oct2015, Vol. 172 Issue 10, p61
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the technological change in trucking industry. Topics discussed include the cybersecurity challenges in fleets equip with telematics programs, wireless communication and electronic logging devices, the profitably and technologies of fleet manager, and the projections on increasing freight volumes driven by logistics.


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