SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

December 2020

    • Battery of issues surrounds large-vehicle electrification
      Converting heavy-duty vehicles to battery power will require advances in weight reduction and thermal management.
    • Autonomy kicks up some dust
      Machines that move, haul and plow earth can capitalize on autonomous systems today via increased safety and productivity in the field and significant cost savings.
    • Digitalizing to deliver actionable data
      Mobile hydraulics expert details key trends in controls and IoT connectivity to improve machine design and end-user operations.
    • Editorial
      2020 the year of 'digital experiences'
    • New SAE Wireless Charging standard is EV game-changer
    • Valeo equips buses with COVID-killing air-sterilization system
    • Mahle amps up electrification R&D, battery-cooling capability
    • Strategic partnerships target SAE Level-4 trucks
    • Western Star develops all-new 49X with quieter cab, lighter but stronger chassis
    • Ford expands EV lineup with E-Transit cargo van
    • Q&A
      Cummins' Kris Ptasznik details new EPA-compliant 2021 heavy-duty diesels.