start-up

Israel's northernmost start-up hub opens in Upper Galilee

In addition to welcoming start-ups, the center will also represent a facility for hi-tech companies based in central Israel but which are interested in expanding operations to northern Israel.

26/05/2020
Israeli start-up enables vital job estimates from a social distance

Workiz, founded in 2015, is a software start-up enabling field service professionals, including electricians and handymen, to run more professional and profitable businesses.

20/05/2020
Coronavirus: Israeli start-up aims to save lives by tracking breath rate

“While the patients can wear the two markers in also when they are moving around, in a situation of breathing difficulties the most dangerous moments occur while they are sleeping or sedated.”

Telescopy meets AI
Hillel's Tech Corner: AI meets telescopy at Scopio Labs

Scopio Labs, a Tel Aviv-based start-up, is changing the field of microscopy as we know it through its machine learning-based digital microscopy system.

16/05/2020
JVP, pharma giant AstraZeneca mentor Israeli health start-ups into market

Start-ups were screened according to the proof of value of suggested technologies and the magnitude of the need for the product, the program partners said.

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14/05/2020
Israeli smart baby monitor, sleep tracker start-up secures $21 million

'Nanit uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to truly revolutionize the sleep category; a crucial dimension of the wellness industry,' said Erel Margalit, founder and chairman of JVP.

Israeli innovation in Silicon Valley taking a back seat to coronavirus

The only startups that seem to be weathering the current crisis are those that have products curtailed to combating the current coronavirus pandemic.

 (L-R) David Yaari,  Representative Tony Rivero, MK Izhar Shay, Adiv Baruch, Chairman of Israel Expo
Eight Israeli start-ups invited to pitch at Arizona investment conference

The Israeli companies (founders and entrepreneurs) that were selected are: ConfirmU, VisibleZone, AuraAir, Fixel, BC Bike, EZSave, IMNA Solutions and Beyond Appearances.

FDA allows use of Israeli start-up's AI to detect COVID-19 in CT scans

Aidoc's AI system can detect and prioritize findings from CT scans associated with coronavirus

10/05/2020
Intel acquires Israeli mobility start-up Moovit for $900m.

The addition of Moovit will accelerate Intel's plans to transform Jerusalem-based subsidiary Mobileye into a "complete mobility provider."

04/05/2020
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