Issues Facing the Trucking Industry

Driver Shortages

Fewer young people are entering the trucking industry, creating a shortage of young, qualified truck drivers.


Increased Accidents

Over ninety percent of driving accidents are caused by human error. This includes fatigue, route uncertainty, and improper driving practices.

Data Source:Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration... Data Source:Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Pocket Guide to Large Truck and Bus Statistics 2017

Redefining The Logistics Industry

TuSimple trucks, equipped with original computer vision algorithms, LiDAR, millimeter radars and 3D HD mapping technology, can drive themselves autonomously in large logistics centers and along and near highways. Using these trucks, logistics companies can improve safety, boost productivity and cut costs.

Raising Safety

Improves driver working condition. Eliminating driver fatigue and reckless driving altogether. Thus decreasing highway truck related accidents by up to 75%.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

TuSimple can reduce Class 8 Trucking Carbon emissions by our autonomous driving platform. Our vehicles can drive slower and burn less fuel, and get to their destination sooner due to continuous driving.

Millimeter-Wave Radar Units