Software-intensive embedded systems shape our world by becoming an essential aspect of our lives. Design, development and testing of software for modern embedded systems have become very complex due to their multiple constraints across different dimensions of performance and quality. To cope with these growing complexities in embedded software industry, modeling is usually seen as one of the best approaches to help engineers design and build these systems at higher levels of abstraction by facilitating communication among shareholders. Although software modeling claims many potential benefits in productivity, portability, maintainability and interoperability, it has been developed largely without the support of empirical data to test or support these claims. With the help of our previous study, the state-of-The-practice of software modeling was better understood by identifying to what degree, why and how it is used in embedded software industry with its possible challenges and shortcomings besides its benefits. In this study, the data taken from 642 subjects, 27 different countries and embedded industrial sectors were separated into two groups: (1) the data taken from Turkey, (2) the data taken from the other 26 countries except Turkey. By this way, by comparing these two dataset and enlightening both similarities and differences, Turkey's position in the world on the usage of software modeling and model-driven techniques in the embedded software industry was better understood; and more academia-industry collaborations will also be encouraged.