German tire and advanced car components company Continental has acquired Israeli smart car technology startup Argus Cyber Security. Read more on Globes here.
Germany’s Continental AG said on Friday it was buying Israel’s Argus Cyber Security, whose technology guards connected cars against hacking. Read more on The New York Times here.
As carmakers and tech companies continue to improve the mechanics and reliability of self-driving cars, Arbe Robotics, a Tel Aviv startup developing a high-resolution radar system to help those vehicles detect and identify objects, has raised $9 million to help see itself to its first in-car trials in the next year or two. Read more […]
Already 3.5 million users have flocked to WayUp to create a living and breathing resume for today’s employers. Think 90’s MySpace meets Linkedin. Linkedin…be warned. Read m ore on Huffington Post here.
However, after a strong start this year, rates in the third week of October were down sharply across the board according to Freightos, an online freight marketplace. Read more on The Wall Street Journal here.
Innoviz Technologies, a startup that’s building solid-state lidar technology for autonomous cars, has extended its previously announced series B funding round to $73 million. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Israeli startup mPrest has raised “a significant investment” from Vector Limited, New Zealand’s largest electricity and gas provider. While the parties did not disclose the size of the investment, “Globes” has learned from a source close to the deal that Vector is investing $10 million in the Israeli company. Read more on Globes here.
Freightos is the logistics technology company helping retailers bring their supply chain operations online and navigate the fickle waters of international shipping. Read more on Forbes here.
Working with mPrest, the Israeli company that developed the Iron Dome missile defense technology, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) will now be able to stop power outages before they start. Read more on The Times of Israel here.
Medical scans provide doctors with the visual information they need to spot any disease or disorder that a patient might have. Read more on CNBC here.