Digital technologies have already appeared on the transport scene. It’s not unusual to see robots operating in warehouses, paper maps replaced by online maps, and digitised route planning. We’re nearing a momentous point in the history of transport with a new breed of intelligent machines on the verge of powering and piloting the freight task.
Leading equipment manufacturers are investing heavily in the development of driverless features, with Frost & Sullivan estimating that 8,000 driverless trucks will be sold globally by 2025.
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