SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

June 2019

    • Bullish on biomethane
      The CEO of CNH Industrial says biomethane is cleaner path than electric, as Case demos the alt fuel in cool wheel-loader concept.
    • Unique hybrids required
      Power systems expert at Perkins stresses that on-highway electric solutions cannot be directly applied to the more-rugged and varied applications in off-highway.
    • Getting driverless trucks onto roadways
      Autonomous developers at TuSimple address many technical issues, but they also must consider regulations and operating modes.
    • Stronger, quieter cabs
      Worthington expert sees AHSS and active noise cancellation making off-highway cabs safer and less-stressful places to work.
    • Hydrogen boom!
      Nikola reveals Two and Tre fuel-cell trucks and its H2 fueling roadmap, as well as battery-electric military and powersports vehicles.
    • Rearview cameras come into sight
      Momentum is building behind replacing mirrors with camera monitor systems as the technology edges closer to regulatory approval.
    • Supplier Directory
      Complete listing of industry suppliers categorized by technology area.
    • Editorial
      Diesel's doing just fine, thank you.
    • Achieving better power management by optimizing thermal management
    • Security, bandwidth drive over-the-air development
    • SAE launches Office of Automation
    • Cleaner Trucks Initiative starts NOx-reduction journey
    • JCB adds three new X Series crawler excavators
    • Toyota's proven fuel-cell stack reduces cost, complexity in H2 semi-truck
    • Q&A
      Volvo CE's Calle Skillsäter talks about trialing 5G connectivity in construction