THE E-SISTEP 2021 STARTS IN
INDUSTRY AT THE HEART OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Dedicated to professionals from the industrial world, the E-SISTEP places Morocco at the heart of a genuine exchange platform and allows it to identify new vectors of growth.
Led by the Federation of Metallurgical, Mechanical and Electromechanical Industries (FIMME), this 12th edition of SISTEP which will be digital, is the Moroccan reference in terms of industrial fairs and is part of the tangible growth dynamic experienced by the Moroccan economy since several years already, particularly in the strategic sectors.
Panel 1: MMEI, vector of economic development in Morocco
IMMEs position themselves as the foundation of any industry. A transversality that characterizes this sector and makes it a vector for the development of other industries in which IMMEs operate as subcontractors and suppliers. On the other hand, IMMEs intervene directly in specific markets as direct producers of different products.
Panel 1: Global industrial value chain, towards a new model
2020 was marked by the health crisis caused by Covid-19, a crisis that is likely to become more frequent with the emergence of new viruses. As a result, the world economy has been disrupted and partially shut down, due to economic models embedded in globalization. Faced with this situation, the current model of industrial value chains has been called into question and is undergoing a metamorphosis by favoring proximity, integrated solutions and local know-how.
Panel 2: Innovation as a lever for economic resilience
Companies that have managed to survive during the pandemic period are players who have innovated in terms of products and working methods to ultimately acquire a strong resilience, unlike several companies whose parameter has weakened further with the crisis, and consequently, have lost in competitiveness and market share ...
Workshop 1: How Morocco can benefit from the Industry 4.0 technological ecosystem in Israel
Workshop 2: Role of startups in the development of an industry 4.0 ecosystem in Morocco
Panel 1: Low-carbon IMMEs, on the way to a green industry
The decarbonization of IMMEs, an urgent requirement for the sector to be able to export to markets that have made the carbon footprint of MMEI products an access barrier. Acting on its energy bill, integrating renewable energies (solar, wind, green hydrogen), adopting good energy efficiency practices are all measures that MMEI companies can integrate to produce green and secure their places at the level of international markets including European one.
Panel 2: Canadian IMME 4.0 model
Canada is a country that is very innovative in IMME 4.0. How is this model expressed and what are the factors that allow Canadian IMMEs to be competitive internationally?
Panel 3: IMME 4.0 for an efficient economy
Industry 4.0 is a -Must Have-for MMEI companies to strengthen their competitiveness and market positioning. The practical aspects of Industry 4.0 are still little known by companies in the MMEI sector. The objective of the panel is to contribute to the acceleration of an MME 4.0 industry in Morocco through insights and sharing of successful experiences.
Workshop 2 : Smart City : Innovative management of urban infrastructure (Pologne)
Polish Companies :
1 - Smart City : Innovative management of urban infrastructure (Poland) | M. Michał Maćkowiak
2 - Solutions of LUG lightning and incentives for power management. | M. Przemysław Perliński
* The program is likely to be modified in order to be completed or enriched
* Data collected on the basis of the 12 editions of SISTEP