Australia ranks 14 out of 20 selected countries in terms of progress and capacity to adapt autonomous vehicle (AV) technology, according to KPMG.
KPMG has released the 2018 Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index (AVRI), which is its first study to examine how the selected countries 20 selected nations rate today in terms of progress and capacity for adapting AV technology. The Index evaluates each country according to four pillars that are integral to the adoption and integration of autonomous vehicles: policy & legislation, technology & innovation, infrastructure and consumer acceptance.
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