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Scania’s New $3 Billion Truck Range Takes Out Top Gong

13 Jul,2017 - Leading Swedish commercial vehicle manufacturer Scania has announced a new and improved range of heavy-duty vehicles, after spending a whopping AU$3 billion on research and development. Unveiled in Paris last year, the range has been some 10 years in the making. Improving on their existing range in terms of performance, safety and driver comfort is ...

Self-Navigating Cargo Ships Are Coming

04 Jul,2017 - We are constantly hearing how the Internet of Things is creating both opportunities and risks for modern industries and individuals alike. The potential for the IoT to help automate the workforce and increase profits is only one side of the coin, however. Safety and efficiency of rapidly-dwindling resources is another key element to the automation ...

Hyperspeed Transport for the Cost of a Bus Ticket

29 Jun,2017 - Transport and congestion are two of the biggest issues facing local councils and transport authorities around the globe. As cities become more expensive to live in, roads in regional centres are facing growing pressures from residents who need to make their way between their homes and larger cities each day. Fighting congestion and travel times ...

Castrol’s Latest Venture Plans to Save You Time, Money AND the Environment

28 Jun,2017 - It’s been the brand of choice for everything from Dakar and Formula 1 championship vehicles to record-breaking supersonic jet planes and cars. Having said that, you won’t be surprised to hear that when it comes to liquid Engineering, Castrol is a brand that has been a frontrunner in industry development for over 110 years. Don’t ...

Trucking without Fatigue: The Driverless Future of Transport

24 Jun,2017 - The future is now. And it looks like a Pixar movie. At least the Mercedes version does anyway. While their Future Truck 2025 looks like a CGI imagining of trucks from the far off future, the model is real and operational. It’s pretty much just waiting for infrastructure—and the rest of the world—to catch up. ...

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