The Kingdom will be represented at this competition by the SmartiLab of the Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences (EMSI).
The Moroccan laboratory, dedicated to research, development and innovation, aims to win the trophy in the Smart city category. To do so, it will present an innovative project called SmartyPark.
It is a new car park management solution, based on a sensor-free obstacle detection technology, offering a very attractive cost price and an energy autonomy exceeding eight years, said the director of SmartiLab, Hafid Griguer, at a press conference Wednesday in Casablanca.
According to him, this solution also allows the driver to be guided in real time to a free parking space, thus avoiding the loss of time and considerably reducing the emission of CO2.
To help better understanding of the concept, SmartiLab shared on its facebook page a demonstration video of the Senstenna technology, SmartyPark’s new rapid, economical and ecological detection system .
credits to MAP.