Uber Abandons its Self-Driving Truck Efforts to Focus Exclusively on Self-Driving Car Division

Uber Abandons its Self-Driving Truck Efforts to Focus Exclusively on Self-Driving Car Division

Uber’s foray into developing self-driving trucks appears to have come to an end for the time being. The head of Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group, Eric Meyhofer, stated that Uber has decided to stop its operations in developing self-driving trucks to focus exclusively on developing self-driving car technology. Meyhofer went on to say that because the company’s self-driving cars have recently returned to the roads for testing purposes on public roads in Pittsburg that the company will shift to focusing exclusively on devoting their energy to their autonomous cars operation. The return to public roads for Uber’s self-driving trucks comes after a few months off the road following an incident where a woman was hit and killed in Tempe, Arizona by one of the company’s test vehicles. Uber has made it a point since then to test their automobiles by having humans behind the wheel rather than being completely autonomous. Continue reading “Uber Abandons its Self-Driving Truck Efforts to Focus Exclusively on Self-Driving Car Division”

Transportation Companies Face New Threats to their Business Operations due to Ransomware Technology

Transportation Companies Face

Technological improvement is necessary to continue to develop, this is true whether we are discussing the survival of our species or the survival of businesses. Businesses are demanded to change with the times and adopt new technologies within their respected industry to stay competitive within the market. Consider it a Darwinian survival of the fittest type of dynamic. In the current day and age, we live in, businesses have become increasingly more reliant on technology to operate, whether that be through email communication, software, or their website. Continue reading “Transportation Companies Face New Threats to their Business Operations due to Ransomware Technology”