Trucks are latest vehicle to get the driverless treatment in Singapore.
12 driverless trucks will soon be tested in the country, with the first run due to take place from September.
If the trial proves successful, 11 more trucks will be added.
Belgian logistics group Katoen Natie will be working with Dutch technology company VDL to install the autonomous brains and eyes of the trucks.
According to Katoen Natie, the retrofitting of the trucks will cost up to $ 142,000 each — more than the cost of the vehicle itself.
The trial is set to roll out in three phases. Read more…