Developers pursue multiple business cases for autonomy. A CEO's perspective on reducing emissions and improving fuel efficiency for a more sustainable industry. The latest advances in fleet management technology on display at ATA's 2022 Management Conference & Exhibition. And, how artificial intelligence can be used to build smarter training programs for sales teams.

More than a dozen technology companies and startups are actively working to develop, validate and ultimately commercialize fully autonomous trucks in hub-to-hub highway operations and a variety of other use cases.


Daniel Burrows, founder and CEO of TruckLabs, offers his perspective on how the
trucking industry can curb emissions by squeezing more efficiency out of today’s
diesel trucks.


Exhibitors showcased everything from autonomous and battery-electric trucks to
the latest advances in fleet management technology at ATA’s 2022 Management
Conference & Exhibition.

Artificial intelligence is enabling transportation companies to provide convenient and customizable virtual training for their sales teams.


Swarm, a satellite data service provider owned by SpaceX, has introduced a simple asset-tracking device that can function anywhere in the world using the company’s global satellite network.

Asset-tracking technology provider Spireon has introduced its next-generation cargo sensor, designed to give motor carriers more detailed information about available trailer capacity.


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Q4 2022


First Quarter

En(Gauge): The Virtual Learning Event for Equipment Heads     

Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022

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Second Quarter

Optimize: Key Trends in Trucking Technology

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

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Third Quarter

Formulate: Key Trends Equipment & Maintenance              

Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022

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Fourth Quarter

Automate: Key Trends in Trucking Technology

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022

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