Waymo, the name of Google's self driving vehicle company, is now testing autonomous trucks in Atlanta.
Uber has been using its self-driving trucks to transport goods in Arizona.
Tesla recently unveiled its Tesla Semi, an electric truck that boasts a variety of self-driving Autopilot aids that include automatic emergency braking, lane keeping and lane departure warning as well as the ability to drive in an automated convoy.
Embark is a new self-driving truck company that has begun testing its autonomous big rig in Nevada.
Peloton is working on sensors that keep trucks virtually connected but 50 feet apart, allowing for mileage-improving drafting while relaying critical braking and road obstacle information to the rear truck.
Starsky Robotics is developing technology that allows drivers to remotely steer trucks — with no one in the cab.