Tucker: The Autonomous Truck Driver
The company that’s revolutionized trucking, Tucker, is about to do something no one else has done yet: automate driving.
Tucker, which is now part of Ford, plans to test its truck driver system by the end of the year in a handful of locations.
The trucks will then be delivered to customers and be driven back to their terminals, where they will be serviced, according to the company.
It’s a major step toward automating the labor of truck drivers, but the company also said that it plans to automate the truck’s braking, steering and other functions once it’s fully operational.
Ford’s plans to use Tucker’s system in its fleet have led some critics to question whether Tucker’s automation is truly autonomous.
The company has been working with trucking companies for years to figure out how to automate their labor, including for the delivery of their cargo.
In addition to Tucker, Ford also plans to begin using a truck that is connected to a trucking company’s data system.
But, it said, the new system will not replace the current systems that the company uses to identify and deliver its cargo.
The technology is still very new, and Ford says it has a lot of work to do before it can begin delivering trucks.
Ford is also developing its own trucking software that it says will help it automate the entire delivery process.
It will be available to customers by the fall.
It has hired a number of engineers and has been investing heavily in the technology, which it says is going to help deliver more trucks than ever before.
Ford says its trucking business is on track to add about 8 million new vehicles to the roads by 2025, up from 6 million last year.
The companies hopes to automate its delivery system as well, but will need to continue working with the trucking industry to make sure it’s secure and reliable, said Kevin Gentry, a vice president with Ford’s trucking division.
The trucking trucking is a growing industry, Ford says.
The industry is expected to grow by about 30 percent this year, according a Bloomberg survey.
Trucking has been an integral part of the company’s business, as its vehicles are shipped all over the world.
But there are growing concerns about how automated technology can affect the way humans operate in the industry.
Some experts worry that it could lead to more accidents and fewer safety improvements as trucks are trucked.