A Future Study on the Adoption of Hologram Traffic Light for Reducing Accidents in Malaysia


  • Zulfana Lidinillah Rafiuddin Afkari UTHM
  • Siti Aisyah Salim


Hologram Traffic Light, Reduce accidents, Hologram


Three-dimensional hologram is a system that consists of a virtual

holographic wall that can reduce reckless drivers at traffic lights. The concept is

based on a laser projector that only shows images of moving pedestrians, visible

with a light red-light laser to drivers in front of it. Even with regular traffic lights,

it is impossible to reduce traffic accidents. The current study is also focused on

road users how to reduce accident, and there is still a lack of research on the

following perspectives of hologram traffic lights in Malaysia. Due to the

increasing number of vehicles on the highway, the function of traffic lights is

critical, and their presence isrequired to maintain traffic order. When driving, the

driver must pay attention to the color of the traffic lights. Hence, this research

aims to identify the level of road users to maintain the safety of pedestrians and

vehicles if we use hologram traffic lights in Malaysia. Furthermore, holographic

traffic lights will aid communication between vehicles and pedestrians in high-

risk regions. The sample was gathered using a quantitative research method that

included a self-administered questionnaire and an internet survey. All of the

gathered data was examined using the Statistical Package for Social Science

(SPSS) to create quantitative results in frequency, percentage, mean and standard

deviation. These study research ways to decrease accidents by employing

hologram traffic lights for drivers.





How to Cite

Rafiuddin Afkari, Z. L., & Siti Aisyah Salim. (2023). A Future Study on the Adoption of Hologram Traffic Light for Reducing Accidents in Malaysia. Research in Management of Technology and Business, 4(1), 94–106. Retrieved from https://publisher.uthm.edu.my/periodicals/index.php/rmtb/article/view/11353