Sean Kilcarr

Senior Editor, Penton Media comments on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry -- light and medium duty fleets up through over-the-road truckload, less-than-truckload, and private fleet operations

Posts by Sean Kilcarr

in Trucks at Work Apr 28, 2017

Maybe millennials are more traditional than trucking thinks

It’s been an axiom in trucking of late that Millennials are very different from the generations that precede them, especially in terms of their....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 25, 2017

Details matter when it comes to vehicle crash data

The National Safety Council (NSC) released a new report this week that indicates there’s a big gap in motor vehicle crash data being recorded....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 20, 2017

How will data transform trucking and other industries?

Nowadays in freight transportation circles it’s common to hear a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 19, 2017

Tapping into disruption to defend trucking

To say that there’s a lot of disruption occurring in the trucking industry right now – with more ahead on the horizon – is like....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 18, 2017

Navigating the many challenges facing trucking

John Larkin is a familiar face in this space, which should come as no surprise, as he’s one of the pre-eminent analysts in the trucking....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 17, 2017

The data demands of self-driving systems

In all of this talk about autonomous vehicles (AVs) and self-driving trucks, some serious discussion us needed regarding the sheer amount of data....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 13, 2017

Securing the digital world for trucking and beyond

As much as some of us would enjoy completely ditching all the digitization going on in both our personal and work lives (and count me among them!)....More
in Trucks at Work Apr 11, 2017

Is there less desire for driverless vehicles than thought?

Ponder this for a moment: what if autonomous vehicle (AV) technology is getting too far ahead of itself in terms of acceptance by the general public?....More

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