Morocco, represented by the Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences (EMSI), was awarded two gold medals and five distinctions at Le Grand Salon international des inventions de Pologne (INTARG) held from June 4 to 5 in Katowice (South).
The two chosen Moroccan inventions called « Smartrafic » and « Smart Factory 4.0 » were developed by students of the Moroccan College of Engineering (EMSI).
SmarTraffic is a system designed to intelligently manage urban traffic, identify emergency vehicles and remotely control traffic lights to facilitate their passage. This system identifies vehicles in a state of emergency (VVIP, fire brigade, ambulances, police, etc.) and dynamically controls the traffic light.
As for the second winning project, The Smarty Factory 4.0, it is
a data acquisition device and a modern communication system for public transport, the tram and bus network in particular.
EMSI was also awarded five distinctions by WIIPA (World Intellectual Property Associations), as well as the Grand Prix du Public.
This school just can’t stop winning awards! It has been awarded several times in the past for the exceptional inventions developed by the students. For instance, the school won 59 prizes at the Euro-Event. While the school’s president, Kamal Daissaoui, is also a knight of the Order of Science and Innovation.