23 Jun 2022, 15:00 UTC / This is the first time an autonomous, electric truck without a driver onboard receives NHTSA approval to operate on public U.S. roads
23 May 2022, 07:53 UTC / The road freight industry is about to get much smarter and cleaner with the recently unveiled Einride Trailer, the first-of-its-kind electric semi-trailer.
24 Mar 2022, 18:48 UTC / Global shipping giant Maersk and Swedish tech company Einride struck the deal of the year when it comes to lowering the carbon footprint of road freighting
14 Mar 2022, 15:34 UTC / Swedish freight tech firm Einride is introducing the world’s first-ever Remote Pod Operator, a position taken by long-time trucking veteran Tiffany Heathcott
4 Nov 2021, 10:37 UTC / The Swedes of Einride have officially entered the U.S. market, and they already have new customers. They offer an autonomous and electric truck
28 May 2021, 13:54 UTC / An annual study conducted by the American Automobile Association shows that 53% of drivers do not feel safe with the presence of self-driving vehicle on roads
12 Mar 2021, 08:07 UTC / This conceptual design is meant to be an autonomous vehicle set upon an EV platform with independent motors; it can reach similar speeds to the Taycan
19 Feb 2021, 12:24 UTC / Swedish tech company runs survey with One Poll to see possible reactions to its driverless, AI-powered, all-electric freight truck, gets most promising results
26 Oct 2020, 18:06 UTC / Next Gen Pod is the EV from Einride that is meant to take over local shipping needs. And it does it 100% emissions free with no driver. Completely autonomous.
16 Oct 2020, 11:10 UTC / The Pod is officially the first autonomous electric freight vehicle to complete the track. Another record is in the works this weekend
6 Oct 2020, 09:23 UTC / Swedish authorities also demand that driverless trucks be able to take a breathalyzer test, deny extended permit for road tests until problem is solved
16 May 2019, 12:11 UTC / Swedish self-driving truck maker Einride debuts the T-Pod truck on a public road, hauling cargo on a short distance for DB Schenker
31 Aug 2017, 13:49 UTC / A Swedish startup has unveiled the prototype for a truck that has no driver seat - and, therefore, no windows -, can drive itself and be controlled remotely