Made in the future for the future

How we’re future-proofing the nation one innovation at a time.

  • Futurise Impact Report 2018-2020 charts its National Regulatory Sandbox achievements

    Creating better future in driving economic opportunity, supporting innovation


  • MPC, Futurise team up to facilitate implementation of MyDigital regulations

    Malaysia Productivity Corp (MPC) and Futurise Sdn Bhd are collaborating to facilitate the implementation of regulations stipulated in the Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint 2021 (MyDigital).

  • Futurise inks MOU with Korea Development Institute towards sharing knowledge, running co-research

    Understanding regulation around autonomous vehicles & online healthcare tech

  • Malaysia's first autonomous vehicle testing route gets approval

    The seven kilometre-long Cyberjaya Malaysia Autonomous Vehicle (MyAV) Testing Route was jointly developed by Futurise and the Ministry of Transport (MOT) under the National Regulatory Sandbox (NRS) initiative for the development of autonomous vehicles or self-driving vehicles.

  • Cyberjaya now home to Malaysia’s first autonomous vehicle testing route

    Malaysia will start testing autonomous vehicles (AVs) on two routes stretching 7km in total in Cyberjaya.
  • Now it gets real – Malaysia approves first autonomous vehicle testing routes in Cyberjaya by Futurise and Ministry of Transport

    Safety officer in vehicle at all times, compulsory visual identifier

  • Malaysia Mulai Lakukan Pengujian Mobil Tanpa Penumpang di Jalan Raya

    Futurise, anak perusahaan Cyberview di bawah naungan Kementerian Keuangan Malaysia mengumumkan telah mendapatkan lampu hijau untuk menguji mobil otonom atau mobil tanpa penumpang.

  • Indonesia Tertinggal, Malaysia Sudah Izinkan Tes Mobil Otonom di Jalan Raya

    JAKARTA – Malaysia harus diakui berada di depan Indonesia soal dukungan terhadap mobil otonom. Kabar terkini, pemerintah ‘Negeri Jiran’ malah sudah mengizinkan pengujiannya di jalan raya.

  • Cyberjaya Is Now A Testing Ground For Self-Driving Vehicles

    It’s under the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative.


  • Malaysia’s first autonomous vehicle test route defined – testing on public roads to be carried out in Cyberjaya

    Futurise, a subsidiary of Cyberview, has announced that authorities have green-lighted the country’s first public road autonomous vehicle testing route in Cyberjaya, highlighting the approval with photos of signages of the designated course via a Facebook post.


  • Government Approves Autonomous Vehicles Test Route In Cyberjaya

    Futurise, a subsidiary of Cyberview Sdn Bhd under the Ministry of Finance, has revealed that the Cyberjaya MyAV Testing Route has been approved for use by the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) and the Sepang Municipal Council. The route is developed by the company, together with MOT under the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative for the future development of autonomous vehicle project.


  • Cyberjaya becomes Malaysia’s first public road testbed for autonomous vehicles

    Development of self-driving cars in Malaysia is getting a huge boost as authorities have approved what appears to be Malaysia’s first autonomous vehicle testing route in Cyberjaya


  • Niaga AWANI: Proses pendigitalan, kawal selia dan akses kepada peranti

    Video Interview


  • Futurise, NSI to develop framework for sports technology

    CYBERVIEW Sdn Bhd’s unit, Futurise Sdn Bhd, recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the National Sports Institute (NSI) to explore and identify potential collaboration towards building a sustainable business model and pilot innovative solutions within the sports technology space.
  • Futurise-National Sports Institute of Malaysia ink MOU to strengthen regulatory framework in Sports Technology Development

    Looking towards regulatory framework needed within sports market

  • Saifuddin: Malaysia has potential to be major player in global drone industry

    Datuk Saifuddin visit to Futurise for MyDroneX Ocrytes
  • Locally-developed spot precision drone for agricultural sector

    CYBERJAYA: Oryctes, the nation's very first spot precision drone designed specifically for the agricultural sector was launched today at the MyDroneX Exclusive event held at Futurise here.

  • "Futurise welcomes NTIS initiative to further invigorate PENJANA"

    Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin in a mission to generate an economic revival and recovery effort for Malaysia, announced The National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) on Friday (5 June), a comprehensive stimulus package impacting industries and businesses.


    With the objective of generating an economic revival and recovery effort for Malaysia, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced on Fri, the National Economic Recovery Plan or PENJANA going by its Malay language acronym. A comprehensive stimulus package impacting industries and businesses, PENJANA is Malaysia’s signal to the world that the country is open for business.


    Acknowledging the extremely challenging current economic conditions and the severe impact this is causing startups, especially those in the early stages, Malaysia’s Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (Mosti), Khairy Jamaluddin has sought to champion and help this group of businesses.

  • Interview with Bernama

    Video Interview

  • Bantuan RM100 juta, bantu 'startup' bangkit semula

    Pengumuman kerajaan berhubung bantuan peruntukan sehingga RM100 juta bagi membiayai program pembiayaan Technology Start-up Funding Relief Facility (TSFRF) disambut baik oleh syarikat-syarikat pemula atau ‘startup’.

  • COVID-19 in ASEAN Webinar: Regulatory trends and opportunities for start-ups and scale-ups post movement control

    Many businesses were unable to prepare for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent operational limitations imposed during the movement control in Malaysia. Those that have braced this uncertain period would have to quickly adapt to what is being called ‘the new norm’.

  • ZICO Law Webinar: Regulatory trends and opportunities for start-ups and scale-ups post MCO

    Many businesses were unable to prepare for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent operational limitations imposed during the movement control. Those that have braced this uncertain period would have to quickly adapt to what is being called ‘the new norm’.


    Mahadhir Aziz, the chief executive officer of Futurise Sdn Bhd, has likened drones to the invention of wheels – innovation with the potential for great change. “Drones are parallel to the wheel in that they will have great influence in the fourth Industrial Revolution,” he was quoted saying during the Malaysian Drone Expo last year.

  • Agenda AWANI: Inovasi rintis era normal baharu

    Pandemik COVID-19 yang melanda seluruh dunia ketika ini beri impak perubahan keseluruhan aktiviti harian. Ini sekaligus mendorong kepada perkembangan inovasi dalam era normal baharu. Diskusinya 9pm ini

  • Futurity – A Future for Industry and University in Malaysia

    Universities are traditionally research powerhouse producing high-quality academic knowledge and innovation. With subject matter experts helming these research, their findings hold authority and are highly regarded. However, innovation from these esteemed tertiary education institutions often struggle with commercialization and gaining momentum from the industries beyond their campus grounds.

  • SEA-IC menerima jemputan khas dari FUTURISE Centre ke program FUNATIC FIESTA

    Pada 10 November 2019 yang lalu, Sports Engineering & Artificial Intelligence Centre (SEA-IC), Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal, UiTM Shah Alam telah menerima jemputan khas dari pihak Futurise Centre, Cyberjaya untuk program Funatic Fiesta dari jam 9.00 malam hingga 2.30 pagi bersempena dengan English Premier League (EPL) Live Weekend.

  • Potensi kembang industri dron Malaysia

    CYBERJAYA: Industri dron Malaysia mampu berkembang sebagaimana kemampuan negara mengemudi pasaran halal dan kewangan Islam di peringkat global.


    It was a love affair that started at 15 when Cheong Jin Xi was studying in Australia in 2006. “The drone hobbist community there is quite strong with groups of people across the whole region building their own drones – assembling, flying or racing for leisure.” Cheong too.

  • KANZU Research, CREAM dan Futurise Sdn. Bhd. berkolaborasi jayakan projek MOBILISE

    BATU PAHAT- KANZU Research, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) bersama Construction Research Of Institute Malaysia (CREAM), Lembaga Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan Malaysia (CIDB) dan Futurise Sdn. Bhd bersepakat menjalin kerjasama dalam bidang penyelidikan yang melibatkan projek bertajuk A Collaborative Multi-Agency Platform for Building Resilient Communities (MOBILISE).

  • What's needed for mass production of flying cars

    WHEN it was first mooted, the idea of people commuting by air via flying cars and drones was laughable.


    One of the biggest challenges for startups, anywhere in the world, is to convince businesses to give them jobs that they can do better, applying digital technology. But because organizations have not scoped out such work before, there is frequently no ‘tender’ issued that innovative startups can then deliver on.

  • Drones — beyond a flying camera

    DRONES recently made headlines in neighbouring Singapore, as drone sightings disrupted flights at Changi Airport twice in a week.

  • Tackling the drone menace

    IT was reported last week that drone incursions had caused flight disruptions at Changi Airport, just days after a previous similar incident. Some 25 flights involving major airlines (Singapore Airlines, Garuda and AirAsia) were affected. The incidents are being investigated by the Singapore Civil Aviation Authority. Several drones were sighted and they were not of the recreational type.

  • Flying Helpers

    THE capabilities of drones have grown so exponentially over the past couple of years that what used to be merely a passion of aerial photographers has evolved into a potent enabler for businesses and industries.

  • Ep 1. MyDroneX – Accelerating the Future of DronesMydroneX University DroneTech CompetitionMyDroneX Wants Us to Imagine a Future Filled with Drones in Malaysia

    Big goals have been set out by Futurise and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) on the 17th of June at Cyberjaya, during the inaugural MyDroneX Expo – an event dedicated to the new technology and its plethora of usage in all aspects of modern life, from food delivery to agriculture. This is a big step for the government agency Futurise as well, in an attempt to commercialise intellectual properties.

  • Experts split on whether food delivery by drone will take off

    PETALING JAYA: Two transport experts are divided over the future of a newly launched food delivery service that uses drones, with one foreseeing operational difficulties and the other saying it is in keeping with the times.

  • Malaysia Trials Drone Delivery of Food

    When it comes to drone deliveries, U.S. companies are the first ones that come to mind. Now, Malaysia looks to commence the trial of drone deliveries in Cyberjaya by the end of this month. So, if you are in Cyberjaya and waiting for food you might just find it hovering above you!

  • Food to ‘fly’ into Cyberjaya soon

    CYBERJAYA: Residents here will be able to enjoy food delivery service right at their doorstep with the help of drones by the end of this month.It would take 12 minutes for the food to be delivered once an order is placed, said Hamdee Hamdan, the chief executive officer of Average Drone Sdn Bhd, a local company involved in the drone industry since 2014.

  • Keren! Penduduk Wilayah Ini Punya Layanan Antar Makan Via Drone

    Jakarta - Pesan makan diantar ojek online atau layanan antar dari restoran sudah biasa. Penduduk wilayah ini sekarang punya layanan antar makan eksklusif via drone!

  • Cyberjaya Wants To Make Food Deliveries Faster By Using Drones To Do The Work

    Average Drone Sdn Bhd will be partnering with Futurise, managed by Cyberview, to run the three-month trial.

  • "Malaysia Tech Week Brings the Best of Future Tech to Malaysia"

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Leaders from Maxis, IBM, Hong Leong Xchange, UOB Bank, U Mobile, Merchantrade, YES Communication and Facebook will be among the 40 industry influencers to share their knowledge with the startup ecosystem by leading over 30 side events by 200 over speakers at Malaysia Tech Week from 17 to 21 June 2019.

  • Hantar makanan guna dron di Cyberjaya

    CYBERJAYA: Mulai hujung bulan ini, penduduk di sini bakal menikmati perkhidmatan penghantaran makanan menggunakan dron.

  • Lapar? Drone Siap Antarkan Nasi Lemak di Malaysia

    Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia - Mulai akhir bulan ini warga Malaysia akan mendapat pelayanan yang lebih efisien dalam hal pesan-antar makanan. Ini karena pengirimannya bukan lagi dilakukan via darat oleh kurir biasa, melainkan oleh drone atau pesawat tanpa awak.

  • Indonesia Masih Ojek, Malaysia Sudah Pakai Drone Antar Pesanan Makanan

    Dream – Di Indonesia, jasa pengiriman melalui ojek yang disediakan penyedia jasa transportasi online, jadi pilihan saat malas keluar rumah. Namun warga Malaysia mulai berpikir lebih jauh dan canggih.

  • 外卖无人机送外卖 12分钟食物送上门


  • Food delivery via drones in Cyberjaya by end of the month

    CYBERJAYA: Cyberjaya residents will be able to enjoy food delivery service right at their doorstep with the help of drones by the end of the month (June).

  • Drone delivery nasi lemak, anyone?

    Drone Testing delivery with Average Drone
  • MyDroneX Propels DroneTech Local And Global Community Into The Future

    Malaysia Drone Expo, MyDroneX, is a conference and exhibition for the local and global DroneTech community. The one day event by Futurise Centre and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is held in conjunction with the Malaysia Tech Week 19.

  • Update drone regulations before businesses fly away, say industry players

    Regulations on drone operations in Malaysia need to be updated to maintain the local industry's innovation, a move that some government agencies are working on, say tech bosses.

  • Cyberjaya jadi bandar teknologi dron

    CYBERJAYA: Cyberjaya mengorak langkah sebagai zon percubaan dron pertama di Malaysia dengan penganjuran ekspo MyDrone X pertama yang mengumpulkan pakar, pengawal selia dan pemain industri teknologi dron.

  • Flying into the future with drones

    Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it is a remote-controlled pilotless aircraft! In recent yearsthe drones, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) technology industry in Malaysia has really taken off. Many local companies and organizations are quickly catching up with other international bodies who have been pioneering the industry from the very beginning.

  • From hobby to analytics: Malaysia’s dronetech companies scale up for the future

    KUALA LUMPUR: In the office of Aerodyne Group in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, a drone designer was giving his full attention to fine-tuning a set of propeller guards on his computer.

  • Futurise & MDEC Launches MyDroneX Expo

    Malaysia’s first MyDroneX Expo took place today at Persiaran APEC, Cyberjaya, launched by Futurise and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). The expo brought together industry experts, stakeholders, regulators, students and drone enthusiasts to discuss, collaborate, demonstrate and compete in a variety of drone-related activities.

  • Autonomous vehicle test bed planned for 2019 – MARii

    The Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) has provided some details about its autonomous vehicle test bed (AVTB) initiative, which is one of the technology access points it plans to develop in 2019.

  • Mahadhir Aziz: The Futurise Gel To Get Startups Going

    Futurise Centre aims at enabling startups and entrepreneurs to tackle new business challenges, and tap into emerging opportunities to reshape industries and reinvent business models. We speak to Acting CEO Mahadhir Aziz.

  • Futurise Centre introduces programmes for innovators centred around future economy

    CYBERJAYA: Cyberjaya Tech Hub Enabler, Cyberview Sdn Bhd through its wholly-owned subsidiary Futurise Sdn Bhd introduced collaborative programmes made available to interested innovators and creators in 2019, ahead of its official launch early next year.

  • MoF implements National Regulatory Sandbox initiative

    PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has started to implement the National Regulatory Sandbox Initiative which involves the creation of a brain-storming group from regulators and selected industry players to enable innovators to test their solutions or products in a conducive environment.





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