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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Because of the heinous terrorist acts carried out by the enemies of Iraq,an idea developed and implemented to repel such attacks and decreases the traffic crowding, it is a network of smart checkpoints that contain a sensor part with high precision and supported by the US Army and the European Civil Aviation Conference, distributed these checkpoints in the region covering all the outlets and controlled by a major center for follow-up and analysis the target.
Mustafa Kahlid has a Bachelors degree in electrical engineering and Masters in control and computers from the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Baghdad. With his extensive knowledge in programming, circuitry design, and robotics, Mustafa was able to design several unique electronic projects during his undergraduate studies. For his innovative work, he received recognition and first place in Al-Syadah Festival in 2012 and the Iraqi innovation technology prize, in addition to being a TEDxBaghdad speaker in 2012. Mustafa takes what he learned in his studies to benefit his community, even if it starts with a simple idea.
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