The Moroccan inventors competed against 400 international exhibitors at the International Invention Exhibition in Silicon Valley.
Rabat – A group of Moroccan inventors who study at the Moroccan School of Engineering (EMSI) participated in the Silicon Valley International Invention Exhibition on Sunday, June 30.
The International Federation of Inventors Association (FIAI) organized the exhibition at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The convention showcased 400 exhibitors from 25 countries who presented nearly 600 inventions.
The Moroccan inventors won three silver medals and six awards for their three inventions, “SmarTraffic,” “Multiview-Screen,” and “Smarty Factory 4.0.”
The first invention, “SmarTraffic,” is a decentralized radio signal and imaging system that can intelligently manage traffic in urban areas as well as identify and dynamically regulate traffic signs in the event of an accident.
“Smarty Factory 4.0” is a multi-protocol, multi-interface communications device that enables data acquisition in the form of transducer frames with analog/digital inputs/outputs.
The group’s third invention,“Multiview Screen,” is a multi-screen display that enables viewers to watch multiple programs on the same TV without using unique lenses or other equipment. It also allows multiple images to be viewed simultaneously from different angles.