Self-driving truck developer TuSimple Holdings says it won’t be able to file its second-quarter 2023 financial report on time to meet a deadline imposed by the Nasdaq Stock Market.
TuSimple Holdings has begun Level 4 autonomous test runs on a major freight corridor in Japan, the autonomous driving technology company announced June 6.
Self-driving truck company TuSimple Holdings has disclosed more details about plans to reduce its workforce by 30% — including that it will eliminate 151 jobs in San Diego.
Autonomous driving technology company TuSimple said it has been cleared by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration concerning an April 6, 2022, incident in Tucson, Ariz., when one of its trucks struck a concrete barrier on Interstate 10, which resulted in no injuries.
TuSimple Holdings Inc., an autonomous trucking startup that’s been the subject of U.S. investigations, said it hasn’t shared self-driving technology with another startup with Chinese ties.
Self-driving truck technology company TuSimple Holdings Inc. and truck maker Navistar, the parent of the International brand, announced an end to their co-development of autonomous trucks.December 6, 2022
Cheng Lu will be returning to TuSimple as CEO and president, replacing Ersin Yumer, who had been serving as the interim CEO and president, the company announced Nov. 11.November 11, 2022
Self-driving truck technology developer TuSimple announced it terminated Xiaodi Hou, the company’s CEO, president and chief technology officer, and removed Hou from his position as chairman, effective Oct. 30.
The transition to a 5G wireless network is likely to open up new opportunities in terms of autonomous trucking technology.