An interview with Vít Lichtenstein · Head of Technology Scouting & Business Development, ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab Israel Ltd.
Matter currently utilizes the technology they presented in the hackathon to create 3D immersive digital property tours, operating in both the commercial and residential real estate sectors.
Tel Aviv-based start-up Aurora Labs has made a proactive and remote system to detect and fix potential vehicle malfunctions, and update and validate in-car software without any downtime.
Researchers from the country's leading academic institutions and more than 100 start-ups attended the event to learn how they can collaborate with the $48.3 billion Japanese mobility supplier.
The company is collaborating with several manufacturers including Ford and Porsche as well as with municipalities and road authorities in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
For Michael Wilshire, Chief Strategy and CTO at BloombergNEF, adoption of electric vehicles will likely be accelerated once price parity is achieved with conventional cars.
Founded in 1997 through the merger of a seating manufacturer and exhaust system supplier, Faurecia has developed into one of the world’s leading automotive technology companies.
“Our brand DNA has three elements: We’re audacious, we’re progressive, and we’re distinctly Korean,” Yilmaz said.
Whether it is Mobileye, Waze, Moovit or a wide range of emerging automotive cyber security start-ups, Israel has cemented its status as a leader in automotive innovation.
"We essentially took the insect's head and put it on one piece of hardware, which you just connect to your car or vehicle."