Daimler Truck Develops Autonomous Trucking Systems with Torc Robotics

Daimler Truck Develops Autonomous Trucking Systems With Torc Robotics
Daimler Truck Develops Autonomous Trucking Systems with Torc Robotics

Daimler Truck, one of the world's leading original equipment manufacturers in the development of SAE Level 4 (L4) autonomous trucks, with its independent subsidiary Torc Robotics, safely and reliably tests a fleet of autonomous trucks on the US roads every day.

Aiming to further develop the implemented applications of autonomous trucking systems, Torc Robotics established the Torc Autonomous Advisory Council (TAAC) with leading transportation companies.

Scope of autonomous truck tests conducted in the USA; expanded to include vehicle roads, ramps and turns at controlled intersections.

Daimler Truck, one of the world's leading original equipment manufacturers in the development of SAE Level 4 (L4) autonomous trucks with critical redundant safety systems, continues its efforts to develop autonomous truck transportation systems in the USA with its independent subsidiary Torc Robotics. Torc Robotics, in partnership with the truck original equipment manufacturer, safely and reliably tests a fleet of autonomous trucks on the US highways every day.

Torc Robotics, the independent subsidiary of Daimler Truck, which aims to further develop the implemented applications of autonomous truck transportation systems, has now started to cooperate with the leading logistics companies of the USA in line with this goal. In this context, Torc Robotics has established the Torc Autonomous Advisory Council (TAAC) with the industry's leading transportation companies, which will provide a deep perspective on its own development process. Daimler Truck and Torc Robotics predict that in the next 10 years, autonomous truck transportation will be implemented and the technology will be put on the market.

Torc Robotics' autonomous driving software proves itself in road tests

Having bought a significant portion of Torc Robotics shares three years ago, Daimler Truck has thus made a significant progress in transforming autonomous trucks from just an idea to a reality. While common vehicle usage scenarios such as lane changing and complex driving patterns have been extensively tested, Torc Robotics' autonomous driving software has proven to be able to safely steer and steer the vehicle on highways.

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