Nashville, TN – Peloton Technology will again participate in American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting held February 29 – March 3 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Peloton CEO Dr. Josh Switkes, Co-Founder and VP External Affairs Steve Boyd, and External Affairs and Public Policy Lead Jonny Morris will participate and provide industry input across a number of working groups, including TMC’s Automated Driving and Platooning working group.
“TMC’s annual meeting is a wonderful opportunity to engage with stakeholders across the trucking industry to help develop recommended engineering and maintenance practices,” says Boyd. “We are thankful for the leadership of TMC’s Future Truck Committee and the Automated Driving and Platooning working group, and look forward to continued collaboration on how automation and platooning can create positive benefits for the industry.”
TMC’s Future Truck Committee, chaired by respected industry veteran Duke Drinkard, oversees a number of working groups, including “Future Electrical/Electronic Systems,” “Future Cab and Driver Interface,” and “Automated Driving and Platooning”. The “Automated Driving and Platooning” working group is chaired by connected and automated vehicles expert Richard Bishop, Principal at Bishop Consulting.