This week in Atlanta, Waymo’s fleet of autonomous semi-trucks is pushing ahead to move both people and goods with self-driving technology in order to turn a profit.
Working with Google, Waymo will develop its systems and integrate them into shipping operations and a network of factories, distribution centers, ports and terminals.
“Trucking is a vital part of the American economy, and we believe self-driving technology has the potential to make this sector safer and even stronger,” Waymo’s public relations team wrote in the blog post. “With Waymo in the driver’s seat, we can re-imagine many different types of transportation — from ride-hailing to logistics.”
Read the article at The Detroit News.