Ramat Gan-based Intuition Robotics won one of 31 CES “Best of Innovation” awards for its ElliQ, an artificially intelligent “social robot” designed to keep older adults active by engaging them in conversation, prompting them to take their medications or go for a walk, and easily calling up digital content (music, videos, phone calls). Read more […]
Other auto tech companies from Israel at CES this year include Argus Cyber Security, which protects connected cars against hackers;… Read more on Israel21c here.
In the NYPA project, mPrest’s software prevents transformer failures before they occur. Read more on Forbes here.
Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, which were introduced in Japan in 1982 and Europe in 1987, will increase penetration in the US – taking more market share and mindshare. Read more on HPAC Engineering here.
Israel-based LiDAR startup Innoviz Technologies Ltd. announced the launch of InnovizPro, a standalone, solid-state, MEMS-based scanning LiDAR system, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Tuesday. Read more on Calcalist here.
Tel Aviv’s Taranis, which combines agtech, predictive analytics, and Deep Learning, and Texas’s Advanced Microbial Solutions will develop crop abiotic stress detection and prevention. Read more on NoCamels here.
Israeli communications startup NSLComm and San Diego’s Space Micro are teaming up to develop high bandwidth communications for nano-satellites. Read more on NoCamels here.
We’re driving through the desert, about 40 minutes outside of Las Vegas and the hustle of CES 2018, when Hyperloop One Marketing SVP Ryan Kelly points to the facility on the horizon. Read more on Roadshow by CNET here.
One year after showing off a prototype, Intuition Robotics brought its latest version of ElliQ to CES. Read more on MACH here.
Israel-based robotics company Intuition Robotics Ltd. is launching a multi-weekly beta program for its elderly companion robot ElliQ, the company announced Monday. Read more on Calcalist here.