Muscat: Forbes Middle East magazine has chosen Omani Adnan Al-Shaili as one of the creative youths under the age of 30, who was able to achieve a breakthrough within the technology sector in the Arab world.
Adnan Al-Shuaili has become the youngest Omani to join Forbes’ list of the most important figures in the Middle East, the “30 Under 30 Years” list, which includes the 30 most important people who have achieved success in various fields.
Adnan Al-Shuaily is the co-founder and CEO of (eMushrif), which is developing smart software that ensures the safety of children in school buses, by allowing schools and parents to monitor buses and children in real time, and the company is currently working with more than 90 private schools and 60 public schools in Oman and Kuwait.
Al-Shuaili started the road 4 years ago and was still twenty-four years old, and together with his brothers Awad and Issa, he established the company as an innovative solution to enable parents and those concerned to follow school buses.
“Forbes Middle East” magazine stated that Al-Shuaili is currently working through the Foundation to close a financing round worth $ 2 million, with a valuation of up to $ 11 million. The company plans to expand in new countries such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. The company also provides a facial recognition service to register attendance. Students for schools, and it has partnered with Google to create applications based on artificial intelligence.
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