Making drones started out as a hobby for Percepto's founders when they found that no one else made good enough drones.
The Israeli company has developed AR solutions that enable field technicians in energy and other industries to avert disasters like BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The Tel Aviv-based company will use the funds to promote its efforts to accelerate cyber threat response and fight cybercrime.
VOOM will ensure that users of mobility platforms including electric scooters and bikes can grab insurance on-the-go from their mobile devices whether they ride, fly, or sail.
"We truly believe that if the product has an impact on people's lives, the money is bound to come."
Profitect has developed a product that can track and identify inventory losses in stores.
Torii CEO: In the near future, people will not need to manage software - it will be software that manages software.
Haifa based vehicle inspection company Ravin.ai has raised $4 million in seed funding.
The funds will enable the company to maintain its current momentum and continue to disrupt the broader firewall and data center markets.
Based in Ramat Gan, the Israeli company has developed artificial intelligence technology for eliminating malfunctions in the connected home.
Happify combines digital therapeutics with drug treatment.
The test provides a new dimension of genetic insight with comprehensive health reports that can empower future health and lifestyle choices.
BioProtect's product protects healthy tissue from radiation during cancer treatment.
Siemplify will use these funds for expanding its marketing operations and further developing its security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform.
The new agreement under the EU's Horizon 2020 program makes $600 million credit available to Israeli technology companies and companies investing in innovation.
The Israeli startup's 3D solutions need only one sensor.
Israeli startup Hailo Technologies strong, cheap, versatile, and energy-saving AI processors empower autonomous cars, security cameras, drones, AR/VR platforms and other devices.
JVP chairman Erel Margalit: Israel can become a global food-tech leader.
The Israeli business intelligence company will have over 700 employees and 2,000 customers after the merger.
Ashdod-based Aleph Farms' has developed a unique non-GMO technology, which enabled it to unveil the world's first cell-grown steak.
Strategic investors in the data storage for AI company include Nvidia, Qualcomm and HP.
The acquisition will add deep user analytics to ServiceNow's Now Platform and extend teh company's footprint in Israel.
At 55, Dr. Anda Baharav left her work as a pediatrician to found a startup that provides personalized treatment for sleep disorders.
Armis, which raised $65 million last week, protects devices on which antivirus cannot be installed, and which are connected to networks in institutions like hospitals.