Morocco, through the Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences (EMSI), has been awarded two gold medals and a dozen awards and honors at the Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions, held from the 10th to the 14th of April.
EMSI, through its two laboratories “SMARTilab” and “LPRI”, was rewarded for its two inventions “Smartrafic” and “Smart Factory 4.0” and was awarded a dozen awards and honors received from federations countries (France, Russia, Romania, China, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Maldives and Egypt).
The “SmarTraffic” innovation rewarded in this competition by a gold medal is a decentralized system based on radiofrequency identification and image processing, able to manage urban traffic in an optimal and intelligent way, explains a release of EMSI.
This system identifies vehicles in a state of emergency (VVIP, firefighters, ambulances, police …) and dynamically controls the traffic light.
As for the “Smarty Factory 4.0” project, it is a multi-protocol multi-protocol multi-interface communication device that allows the acquisition of data in the form of mode bus and analog input/output digital frames.
“These achievements were possible thanks to the determination and involvement of SMARTilab and LPRI teams. They are also the result of actions implemented by the school to promote invention and innovation,” said the president of the EMSI group, Kamal Daissaoui, quoted by the statement.
The International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva is under the patronage of the World Intellectual Property Organization, the Swiss Government, the State and the City of Geneva.