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VOLVO – Autonomous Tippers

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The global automotive industry is going through a period of wide-ranging and transformative changes with the shift in consumer behavior as well as the increased research and testing of autonomous vehicles. At the Brønnøy Kalk mine in Norway, autonomous Volvo FH trucks are being tested, transporting limestone along a five-kilometer stretch. This is Volvo Trucks’ first autonomous solution in real operation. The aim is to greatly improve the mine’s productivity and safety.

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