Editor's Note: Today's blog is from our friend Justin Fox where he discusses the advancement of AI in driverless trucks and if it is safe enough for Logistics. The Internet and wireless technology have without a doubt been one of the most revolutionary inventions within recent memory. Providing a never before seen a level of […] Author information Adam Robinson Adam Robinson oversees the overall marketing strategy for Cerasis including website development, social media and content marketing, trade show marketing, email campaigns, and webinar marketing. Mr. Robinson works with the business development department to create messaging that attracts the right decision makers, gaining inbound leads and increasing brand awareness all while shortening sales cycles, the time it takes to gain sales appointments and set proper sales and execution expectations. TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedIn The post Are Driverless Trucks Safe Enough to be the Next Big Thing in Logistics? appeared first on Transportation Management Company | Cerasis.
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