Trucks from seven OEMs drive in a platoon in EU co-funded ENSEMBLE public demonstration

Because of technological and regulatory barriers, any path to autonomous trucking will likely involve an intermediate step with a human driver still in the loop. One such intermediate step is virtually connected trucks driving behind one another at short headways in platoons. Often-cited benefits of...

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