Report: Highways could feature self-driving trucks in 10 years

Self-driving trucks could be on U.S. highways in 10 years, a Frost & Sullivan study said. The challenge will be implementing the necessary sensors and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications network nationwide. “If there is a clear path for these technologies to develop and for these driving assistance systems to merge with these infrastructure systems, I think automated trucks and automated fleet-management systems could very well be a reality,” said Frost & Sullivan’s Archana Vidyasekar.