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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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."

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