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The proliferation of technology to run trucking and logistics companies has created a challenge of its own: Modern transportation companies must be able to effectively utilize data flowing from a growing number of discrete applications and systems.
A handful of electronic logging devices have now received certification for Canada’s federal ELD mandate.November 10, 2021
The trucking industry’s migration to federally mandated electronic logging devices is complete in the United States, but that transition is still a work in progress in Canada.
As more trucking companies invest in trailer tracking systems, they are utilizing this technology in numerous ways.
When Transport Topics published the inaugural issue of iTECH in April 2001, the trucking industry was only just beginning to realize the enormous potential for information technology to revolutionize business management. A lot has changed since then, and now, so has iTECH.September 10, 2021
With the threat of ransomware reaching new heights in 2021, many trucking and logistics companies are doubling down on their defenses against the scourge to make sure they’ve done everything they can to avoid becoming its next victim.
Transport Topics has launched a digital event series that spotlights its supplemental publications, and featured its new Calibrate equipment-focused magazine and redesigned iTECH technology publication in its debut episodes.
Transport Topics hosted a special two-day virtual event, RETOOL, taking deep dives into the most important topics and trends within the trucking industry’s equipment and technology spheres. Watch the replay.August 4, 2021
Although autonomous trucks are still in their infancy, the continued development and eventual deployment of these vehicles represents a new frontier for the freight transportation business. As this technology advances in the coming years and decades, fleet operators that adopt self-driving trucks will encounter a new management challenge: finding the best ways to combine automation with human labor.May 21, 2021