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Amine Arezki

Amine Arezki
„Believe in autonomy to create tomorrow’s mobility.“


A designing innovator or an innovative designer? Having lived and worked in four different countries over the globe (Algeria, France, USA and Germany),

Amine is a highly creative and open-minded PhD in Robotics and Smart System who naturally likes combining art design and technology.

He started his international career when designing competitive autonomous mobile robots as a student and participating in several European competitions. Inspired by this experience, he continued applying the playful use of robotics for a greater good when working at Rutgers University New Jersey and combining robotics with video games for rehabilitation of people who suffered from a Stroke. After his time abroad, Amine joined worldwide group leader in transportation sector and is currently leading the autonomy strategy.

What’s your biggest motivation to get up every morning?

Whatever industry, task or challenge – creativity is the driver to its change. It’s not about what degrees you have, how profound your technical knowledge or your knowledge of the domain you’re working in is. It is more about how observant you are, if you collaborate well with your environment and that you implement your ideas to obtain results.

When talking about collaboration, we fist think about sharing the idea with different stakeholder, I believe the way we prepare and present an idea, is one of the most important stage for starting a change, it plays a big role for convincing different collaborators and starting debates.

Changing a conservative mindset in industries is one of my biggest motivations. Creating new things and seeing the result that has emerged from an idea, is the best thing any creative person would like to see.

Projecting the impact of these changes provides me with great energy to keep going and stay perseverant to reach these transformations. Having an idea is great but reaching a result out of it is greater.

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