College of Engineering, UiTM researchers successfully secure Nano Malaysia Berhad Grant

Congratulations to College of Engineering researchers for successfully secure Nano Malaysia Berhad Grant for project entitled Smart Mobility Autonomous Transport Network: Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) Setup Configuration and Integration System with amount received RM 520,800.00

Smart Mobility Autonomous Transport Network (SMATN) is an advanced transportation system that integrates autonomous vehicles and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) with V2V and V2I communication systems. It is designed to improve the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of transportation by reducing congestion, improving traffic flow, and minimizing accidents and emissions.

The V2V and V2I setup configuration and integration system allows vehicles to communicate with each other and with the infrastructure in real-time, providing them with access to information on traffic conditions, road hazards, and other critical data. This information enables vehicles to make better decisions, avoid accidents, and optimize their routes, reducing travel time and improving overall efficiency.

Congratulations UiTM researchers for this achievement!