Omnidirectional anti-reflection coating nanostructure film have attracted enormous attention for the developments of the optical coating, lenses, light emitting diode, display and photovoltaic. However, fabricated of the omnidirectional antireflection nanostructure film on glass substrate in large area was a challenge topic. In the past two decades, the invention of glancing angle deposition technique as a growth of well-controlled two and three-dimensional morphologies has gained significant attention because of it is simple, fast, cost-effective and high mass production capability. In this present work, the omnidirectional anti-reflection nanostructure coating namely silicon dioxide (SiO2) nanorods has been investigated for optimized high transparent layer at all light incident angle. The SiO2 nanorod films of an optimally low refractive index have been fabricated by electron beam evaporation with the glancing angle deposition technique. The morphological of the prepared sampled were characterized by field-emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) and high-resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM). The optical transmission and omnidirectional property of the SiO2 nanorod films were investigated by UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer. The measurement were performed at normal incident angle and a full spectral range of 200 – 2000 nm. The angle dependent transmission measure were investigated by rotating the specimen, with incidence angle defined relative to the surface normal of the prepared samples. The morphological characterization results showed that when the glancing angle deposition technique was applied, the vertically align SiO2 nanorods with partially isolated columnar structure can be constructed due to the enhanced shadowing and limited addtom diffusion effect. The average transmission of the vertically align SiO2 nanorods were higher than the glass substrate reference sample over the visible wavelength range at all incident angle due to the transition in the refractive index profile from air to the nanostructure layer that improved the anti-reflection characteristics.