Autonomous vehicles are on the road to ubiquity
The KPMG 2020 Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index (AVRI) now ranks the preparedness of 30 countries and jurisdictions in the race for autonomous vehicles (AVs). The third edition of the AVRI adds five more countries and jurisdictions as well as five notable cities to its coverage of one of the most exciting areas of transport technology. As the world prepares for a new reality post-COVID-19, shifting user and environmental requirements for transportation could accelerate the next round of AV development and deployment around the world.
About the AVRI
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Download the 2020 report to learn more about:
- Enabling the AV revolution: Overcoming challenges of privacy, digital infrastructure, transport systems, and cross-border travel.
- National profiles: All 30 countries and jurisdictions are profiled, summarizing key initiatives by government and businesses, and drawing on the insights of local KPMG subject matter experts.
- Cities to watch: A look at five hyperconnected cities and what they are doing to pave a future for AVs.
- Key takeaways: Key takeaways for governments and policy makers for putting AVs on the road to ubiquity.
- Contacts: KPMG Global Mobility contacts.
To learn more about the 2020 findings and insights discussed in this edition, or to discuss your organization's AV agenda and roadmap, please contact your local KPMG advisors or the contributors in this publication.
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❝ Singapore’s pole position in the KPMG AVRI in 2020 reflects the local government’s commitment and continued efforts to build receptivity and adoption of AV. The decision to expand testing areas for AV to one-tenth of the public roads and ongoing investments in the electrification of transport – an important pre-cursor for AV adoption, which we have been advocating– were key factors among others that led Singapore to top the Index.
The ongoing Covid-19 situation has brought about new requirements for transport such as a need for more contactless interactions or better crowd control, all of which can be addressed through AV technology. We believe that continued developments in AV regulation and infrastructure along with improving overall public awareness will continue the transformational potential of AV technology for not just Singapore but all countries. ❞