Understanding Autonomous Vehicles in Ports: How Do They 'See'?

Autonomous vehicles, such as terminal tractors, are increasingly being utilized within container terminals for horizontal transportation to improve efficiency and safety. Autonomous, electric vehicles offer the potential for 24/7 operation, reduced manual labor, and optimized driving patterns.

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NEW INSIGHTS: Survey Reveals 67% of Terminals Primed for Automation Evolution – A Glimpse into the Industry’s Future

A global survey conducted by FERNRIDE recently revealed that a staggering 67% of terminal professionals ranked the level of automation in their terminals as “Low” or “Moderate”. This eye-opening report uncovers the gap in the container terminal industry’s automation journey, a sector that is pivotal to the global trade.

Autonomous driving: HHLA TK Estonia and FERNRIDE strengthen collaboration

HHLA TK Estonia, a subsidiary of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), and Munich-based scale-up FERNRIDE have successfully completed the first phase of their joint project at the Estonian terminal, where the companies will continue to develop the project and promote autonomous driving...

Fernride & Terberg collaborate to bring automated terminal tractors to series production

Industry leaders join forces to offer teleoperated and autonomous driving capabilities ready for commercial use

HHLA Next invests in FERNRIDE – joint pilot project in Tallinn

HHLA Next, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG’s innovation unit, is investing in Munich-based start-up FERNRIDE. A pilot project for highly automated and electric container logistics is being launched at the HHLA TK Estonia terminal in Tallinn in partnership with HHLA International.

FERNRIDE announces international expansion in collaboration with DB Schenker

The pioneer of automated logistics, FERNRIDE welcomes a new investor. The global logistics provider DB Schenker invests in the startup FERNRIDE and launches a pilot project for highly automated & electric yard trucking in Tilburg, Netherlands....

KRONE & FERNRIDE: Strategic partnership for automated logistics

Commercial vehicle manufacturer Krone and technology company Fernride cooperate for driverless transport solutions

VW and Fernride test remote-controlled trucks in Wolfsburg

The Munich-based start-up is to take over transports at the VW factory site. Teleoperation could thus solve a massive problem in the logistics industry.

Fernride to put autonomous trucks on the road with partners by 2024

Together with leading partners MAN Truck & Bus, Knorr-Bremse, Leoni, Bosch, BTC and leading research institutes, as well as TÜV and Autobahn GmbH, Fernride launches the ATLAS-L4 research and development project. We are putting fully automated trucks on the road for the first time by the middle of the decade.

Fernride and Terberg test driverless prototype

Driverless to combat driver shortage: Fernride has upgraded a Terberg Yard Tractor with its teleoperation vehicle kit. The driverless prototype is being publicly unveiled this week at the CENEX conference in Bedford, UK.

Fernride implements teleoperation kit in Terberg AUTOTUG(R)

Fernride showcased its successful integration of a remote operation kit into a next- generation drive-by-wire YT tractor of industry leader Terberg on CENEX.

Yard logistics: DB Schenker tests teleoperation for driverless shunting

In the pilot project at DB Schenker's Nuremberg site, employees control the driverless E-Wiesel remotely.

Case Study: Driverless yard shunting

Proving the feasibility of teleoperations within a productive logistics yard, Proving the feasibility of teleoperations within a productive logistics yard…