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Boeing delivers first 737-800 freighter conversion

 The new Boeing 737-800BCF freighter conversion features 12 pallet positions on the main deck. (Image: Boeing)   Sweden-based West Atlantic Group will operate the plane, which it expects will “improve reliability, lower aircraft operating costs and provide a better environmental footprint.” Boeing delivered its first 737-800 passenger plane converted to freighter service this

DHL reports on A.I.’s potential benefits – and looming concerns – in logistics community

This week, DHL and IBM released a joint report on the development of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology and its potential to change the logistics industry – noting that, in many ways, A.I. is already making profound changes to the retail environment, not all of which are positive. While there are many ways to

Kenya Publishes Rules for Operating Drones

Nairobi - The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has published regulations for the commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles - commonly known as drones. In an advert placed in the local dailies, KCAA Director General Gilbert Kibe stated that an operator of a remotely piloted aircraft system is expected to register

Toyota Takes Self-Driving Cars Off Road After Uber Accident killed woman in Arizona

Toyota EV The fatal accident involving an autonomous vehicle operated by the ride-hailing service Uber has prompted one automaker to temporarily halt its testing of self-driving cars on public roads. The accident on Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona, prompted Uber to halt its tests on the streets of four cities: Tempe, Pittsburgh, San Francisco

“Made in China” e-buses to be used in world’s 1st all-electric long-distance routes

Berlin (Xinhua) - German intercity bus company FlixBus is investing in e-buses produced by Chinese bus makers and planning to test them on their long-distance routes for the first time in the world. According to the Munich-based bus company, the first all-electric e-bus will begin test operations between Paris and Amiens, France in

Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian

A self-driving Volvo vehicle, purchased by Uber, moves through an intersection in Scottsdale, Arizona, on 1 December 2017. Photograph: Natalie Behring/Reuters An autonomous Uber car killed a woman in the street in Arizona, police said, in what appears to be the first reported fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle and a pedestrian

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