An autonomous vehicle is a vehicle capable of sensing its environment and operating without human involvement. A human passenger is not required to take control of the vehicle at any time, nor is a human passenger required to be present in the vehicle at all. An autonomous car can go anywhere a traditional car goes and do everything that an experienced human driver does.


Autonomous cars rely on sensors, actuators, complex algorithms, machine learning systems, and powerful processors to execute software. All systems and functions are shown in Figure 1.

The objective of Autonomous Vehicle

  • Provide people with alternative clean energy vehicular mode through the autonomous vehicles.
  • Reduce carbon emissions and air pollution through the use of efficient modes of public transportation.






Collaboration between MOT and relevant agencies to support the development of urban mobility while improving road safety and better productivity.

A guideline for AV trialing on public roads in Cyberjaya has been developed by Futurise – endorsed by MOT and MP Sepang