AZ Inno: Autonomous truck company TuSimple logs 550 driverless miles in Arizona

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Autonomous trucking company TuSimple said Wednesday that its vehicles have now driven more than 550 completely autonomous miles on Interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix. These trips were taken “driver out” without teleoperation or traffic intervention along the way.

It’s about 110 miles between Phoenix and Tucson, where San Diego-based TuSimple has a base of operations, and the company reports conducting seven runs so far. TuSimple said these trips were taken under various road conditions, including dense early-evening traffic and back-to-back runs on the same night.

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