The Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index provides an in-depth view on which countries are most prepared for driverless vehicles.
Autonomous vehicles (AV) are poised to revolutionise not only transportation but the way people live and work throughout the world. But are countries ready for an AV-driven future?
The 2018 KPMG Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index (AVRI) provides an in-depth view of what it takes for countries to meet the challenges of self-driving vehicles, evaluating the preparedness of a cross-section of 20 countries globally.
The Index, the first of its kind, evaluates each country according to four pillars that are integral to a country’s capacity to adopt and integrate autonomous vehicles. These include: policy & legislation, technology & innovation, infrastructure and consumer acceptance.
The results revealed that the UK is among the most advanced markets in the world for autonomous vehicles, but it must prioritise developing a clear strategy to maintain and enhance its position.
Read our report to find out more.