Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

August 2022



COVER STORY: Deere advances in-field autonomy

While stereo cameras and computer vision guide Deere’s “limited- release” 8R autonomous tractor, Bear Flag’s lidar tech will augment future machines.

Positioning to centimeter-level improves agriculture

Funding, mandates fuel commercial vehicle electrification

Editorial: Platooning still promising for trucking

Technical Innovations

  • Lightning eMotors adapts to changing electrification market
  • Emerson supports scalability of fuel cell systems
  • Hyliion, Cummins collaborate on electric and NG range-extender
  • Rexroth expands software-controlled hydraulics and electric portfolio
  • Accelerating ADAS adoption with pressure-sensitive tapes
  • Wireless road charging for EVs to debut mid-decade

Original Equipment

  • Bollinger, Hyundai and Volvo provide clean-vehicle updates
  • HEVI launches lineup of electric off-highway equipment

Product Briefs Spotlight: Test & Measurement; Thermal Management

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