The in Autonomous Vehicle Readiness Index AV (AVRI), prepared by the international consultancy, auditing and taxation firm KPMG, shows the readiness of 25 countries with prominent brands in the global economy to the autonomous vehicle world. It settled. There are 6 European countries in the top 10 of the index.This year, the Netherlands was in the first place in the survey, where the leading countries in the field of autonomous vehicles were evaluated according to the policy \ legislation, infrastructure, technology \ innovation and consumer acceptance factors. Singapore, which ranked second in the first survey last year, retained its seat, while Norway, one of the five countries recently included in the survey, moved from the US to third place. A remarkable detail on the list was that 6 countries from Europe took place in the top 10.
KPMG Turkey Industrial Production and Automotive Sector Leader Hakan Ölekl of the research results, he said showed that rapid progress for a future expansion of the driverless vehicle 25 countries on the list. “The results also show that governments support modern transport methods and innovation for driverless vehicles that benefit the community,” he said.Highlights from the research are as follows:The Netherlands, which ranked first in the index for two consecutive years, cooperates with neighboring countries for autonomous vehicle adaptation. It plans to launch a group of more than 100 autonomous trucks for the main routes from Amsterdam to Antwerp and from Rotterdam to the Ruhr Valley.