Just last month, a truck developed by the California-based autonomous-vehicle company TuSimple completed an autonomous 80-mile run from Tucson to Phoenix.
The centerpiece of TuSimple technology is a centralized computer. The computer’s artificial intelligence is trained with imagery and data coming from the truck's 10-plus cameras, lidars, radar, and GPS.
“We want to create this network of autonomous trucks, terminals, and lanes, TuSimple CEO Cheng Lu said at CES 2022. “It’s on-demand freight capacity.”
What do you think? Will Autonomous Trucks Deliver Goods (In the Very-Near Future)?