SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

June 2020

    • Embedded systems help drive autonomy forward
      Kontron provides high-end knowledge for image processing, analysis with fewer control modules.
    • Open approach to propulsion
      Deutz CEO sees combination of sustainable-fuel combustion engines and electric drive systems powering the off-highway market.
    • Increasing connectivity, leveraging intelligence
      Parker Hannifin expert discusses IoT for mobile equipment and moving beyond standard telematics by integrating systems controllers and smart components.
    • Cummins, Tula test 'dynamic' cylinder deactivation
      Tula's Dynamic Skip Fire technology already used in light-duty gasoline engines shows potential in heavy-duty diesels to significantly reduce NOx emissions.
    • Supplier Directory
      Complete listing of industry suppliers categorized by technology area.
    • Editorial
      Lending a hand to healthcare
    • Plug Power, Lightning Systems partner to produce fuel-cell-electric trucks
    • Magna evaluates virus-killing ozone to sanitize vehicle interiors
    • SAE best practice establishes definitions for ODD
    • Commercial trucks employ range of power systems
    • Liebherr equips latest crawler excavator with Leica 3D integrated machine control
    • Annual Product Guide
    • Q&A
      Dr. Paul Phipps, director of R&D for Comfort Motion Global, discusses "proactive" motion seating for commercial vehicles