Three trucks demonstrated the feasibility of automated platooning in Southern California last month.  The trucks made a 12 mile loop from the Port of Los Angeles’ headquarters, up freeway 110 to the Sepulveda Blvd exit and back to the port’s offices.


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Take a look at the video above.  Pretty cool stuff.

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