FedEx has started to use self-driving trucks to haul goods between Dallas and Houston as part of a pilot program with autonomous vehicle startup Aurora and heavy-duty vehicle manufacturer Paccar.
FedEx Corp. and self-driving vehicle startup Aurora Innovation Inc. are launching a pilot of autonomous truck shipments ...
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Autonomous driving technology company Aurora is joining with heavy-duty truck maker Paccar (ticker: PCAR) and parcel shipping giant FedEx (FDX) to develop self-driving commercial vehicles.
However, people will soon begin to see an increasing number of self-driving delivery trucks on the road. FedEx recently announced that they will begin testing their new self-driving semi-trucks ...
Aurora Innovation, a California-based self-driving technology company, has begun testing autonomous trucks made by Washington-based Paccar, hauling FedEx loads between Dallas and Houston.
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Autonomous robots and logistics conference coming to Memphis this week — with FedEx as sponsor — and featuring talks and ...
Self-driving commercial vehicle developer Aurora Innovation Inc. has released details on how it will bring its technology to market, starting with autonomous trucking services in 2023.
Last held in Louisville in 2019, the event is hosted by the Michigan-based Association for Advancing Automation (A3), and will focus on the increasing interest in mobile robotics, distribution, ...