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Moroccan power girls at 2019 CES in Vegas 

Written by FDM

For the second year in a row, a Moroccan delegation flew to Las Vegas from January 8 to 11 on the occasion of the 52nd CES – Consumer Electronics Show – which highlights digital innovation. Among the 9 startups present are several women project managers!

Digital innovation is also feminine. During the big CES- Consumer Electronics Show – in Las Vegas, several Moroccan women were selected by the Mechatronic and Mechanical Cluster of Morocco (CE3M) to represent the kingdom in the United States.

The 52nd edition of CES Vegas hosts more than 180,000 industry professionals, 4,500 exhibitors showcasing their latest innovations, 155 countries represented, 900 speakers, several hundred heads of government, 10 members of the congress and six international ministers, as well as 1,000 startups spread over 255,000 m2. For Morocco, 10 electronics companies made the trip and 9 startups.

Among promising young Moroccans, talented women like:

Hajar Sallahi who introduced  Dust Out, an intelligent decision support system for the efficient management of cleaning operations for photovoltaic panels and windows. A concept developed by PillIoty & Lexis.

Amira Loukili and Chaimae Eddine of Hassan II University for their smart bag with a remote control installed on the handlebars, intended for users of motorcycles and bicycles to protect them against road accidents.

Sara Maghzaz from ENSET-Rabat (Mohammed V University) for her respiratory physiotherapy vest allowing the passage of the manual breathing massage to the automated one.

Zouheir Lakhdissi, along with Choaib Mouanissi, for Sehatuk , a Health mobile application developed by Dial Technologies, using Big Data and Artificial Inteligence to serve patients in Africa.

Sara Bekhich and Omar El Filali for SARI developed by West Aero. This monitoring solution is designed to install on all types of aircraft an observation and aerial surveillance in real time from the ground. The processing of all the data is then performed by software that allows the ground operator to directly exploit all the collected data.