Between the new product announcements, one-on-one conversations, seminars, and other discussions, HDAW is always a busy, informative, and valuable time.
There is never any shortage of interesting news, speculation, and trendspotting at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover, Germany – and this year’s exhibition was no different.
For evidence of how quickly things are advancing in the world of commercial vehicle braking and safety systems, here’s a quick look at a few not-too-distant mileposts in the rearview mirror..
How will we know when we're ready for truly autonomous trucks on our roadways? Well not until they pass this test...
What's New with the “Automated Driving Systems (ADS): A Vision for Safety 2.0.”
In September of 2016 NHTSA introduced the "Federal Automated Vehicles Policy" to help speed up the development and implementation of automated vehicles on our roadways.
The automotive and trucking industry has seen a boom in the development and testing of automated and autonomous technologies.
Of course, the data only shows the numbers, not the reasons why. Much as I'd like to delve into this aspect, there's really a need for more methodical research in this area.
Everybody knows how important it is to keep your truck’s tires inflated to the right pressure: safety, stopping distance, fuel efficiency, operating costs, and tire life are all directly rela
Autonomous vehicles or automated vehicles? Believe it or not, there is a difference. And, for the most part, nearly everyone is using autonomous in the wrong way.
Keep your air system and brakes operating their best with these inspection and maintenance tips.
Part one of this blog takes a look inside the numbers released in the FMCSA’s “Large Truck and Bus Crash Facts” report.
One of the neat things I get to do in my role at Bendix is manage the talented group that makes up our customer solutions demo team...
As interest in remanufacturing continues to grow, there’s also an increased focus on establishing a common definition of just what “reman” means...
Why are drivers going to be around for longer than the technologically roaring 2020s? A few reasons come to mind...
Today, there’s a lot of talk about automated/autonomous vehicle technologies and, if you were to believe the pundits (and those beholden to venture capitalists), we’ll be riding around in dri
Like many of you, I’ve been thinking a lot about autonomous trucks, cars, and some of the implications of these rapidly advancing technologies for our industry.
In 2014, over 15,000 heavy vehicles were involved in rollover and jackknife crashes. That’s an average of 41 heavy trucks and busses rolling over or jackknifing every day. ESC will help redu
Who is leading the way in automation developments? What do you foresee as the primary first use for any autonomous truck ...
In the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy the NHTSA has defined 5 levels of automation, In case you were wondering about those 5 levels...
This blog takes a look at the “guidelines” released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...
Driver assistance systems, they didn’t just appear overnight, right? This post discusses how antilock braking systems – or ABS – started us on the path to where we are today.
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