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Over-the-air engine updates: It’s time to start the conversation

By Team Writer / last month

Over The Air Engine Programming is a recent development in the trucking world, and it is taking off! This allows companies to improve the truck’s performance and check in on issues remotely instead of having to wait for the truck and its driver to return from a long journey. They are able to switch up […]

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FutureTech Champ Advances Her Career – Transport Topics Online

By Team Writer / last month

Despite having graduated with a four-year degree, Bonnie Greenwood is of the belief that the traditional education path is for everyone. Subsequent to obtaining her degree, Greenwood studied Diesel technology at WyoTech in Laramie, Wyoming. When Greenwood became the first female winner of TMC Future­Tech, a competition of the American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance […]

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HDMA Forms New Heavy Duty Advanced Technology Council

By Team Writer / last month

The vehicle group Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association has created a council with an emphasis on technology. Its members are all technology executives, and this new group gives them a place to discuss recent developments in the technological world. They will meet biannually. At these council meetings, it is hoped for that participants will learn how […]

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AI Technology Predicts Jobsite Accidents

By Team Writer / last month

There’s a new form of technology that will predict accidents on job sites. The companies Suffolk and Smartvid are developing technology that incorporates deep-learning algorithm and image-reconstructing software, and utilizes on-site cameras. After taking shots of ongoing work, the software analyzes the images and compares them to data. So, it can be put to work […]

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Addressing uptime and driver retention with the proper equipment

By Team Writer / last month

Two very important considerations for fleets in the truck industry are uptime and driver retention. The Hendrickson Company’s ZMD air spring seeks to alleviate both of these concerns, and provide a product that requires no maintenance at all. It uses pressurized air to create a shock absorbing mechanism, which results in a better truck as […]

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2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray vs. Ford GT: A Specs Comparison

By Team Writer / a couple of months ago

The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and the Ford GT are vastly different cars. The GT is more powerful. You cannot manually shift gears in either car. The Corvette has the superior storage space. The GT’s wheels are all the same size, while the Corvette’s are slightly bigger in the back. The Corvette has vaster customization […]

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