Autonomous trucking is on its way. Congress is holding hearings to try to figure out how to frame future policy and regulations, and autonomous tech developers are continuing to develop, test and refine the technology.
In late September, after passing through California’s legislature, a bill that would have banned truly driverless trucks in the state was vetoed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, paving the way for further development of the technology in the state.
Joining us this week is Barrett Young, head of fleet safety at AI-powered fleet safety firm Netradyne, who talks about how AI and autonomous trucks will impact the trucking industry moving forward in California and the U.S. as a whole.