At the [Cyber Week 2018] conference today, auto security and analytics company C2a Security announced its newly released AutoArmor product, which is focused on protecting onboard auto testing functionalities from cyberattacks. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Israel’s DreaMed Diabetes said on Monday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved for marketing its Advisor Pro software to help manage diabetes treatment. Read more on Reuters here.
enVerid Systems, Inc. Clean Tech. Read more on Red Herring here.
Airobotics Ltd. Provides drones and software for uses including security monitoring; facility and emergency inspections; surveying; and inventory measurement. Used in mining and other industrial settings. Read more on The Wall Street Journal here.
Israeli artificial intelligence (AI) startup, Hailo Technologies, has closed a $12.5 million series A from Maniv Mobility, OurCrowd, and NextGear to develop a chip for deep learning on edge devices and processing of high-resolution sensory data in real time. Read more on Forbes here.
Zebra Medical Vision, an Israeli medical imaging startup that uses machine and deep learning to build tools for radiologists, has raised a $30 million Series C led by health technology fund aMoon Ventures, with participation from Aurum, Johnson & Johnson Innovation—JJDC Inc. (the conglomerate’s venture capital arm), Intermountain Health and artificial intelligence experts Fei-Fei Li […]
Innoviz, a developer of light-detection and ranging technologies for computer vision and autonomous vehicles, is getting a toehold in China, the world’s fastest growing auto market, through a partnership with the Chinese automotive supplier HiRain Technologies. Read more on TechCrunch here.
Today at the NOAH conference in Berlin that emollient tone was on show again, with Khosrowshahi announcing that Uber’s Jump electric bike sharing service will launch in the city this summer. Read more on TechCrunch here.
Phantom Auto’s remote control “teleoperation” system is a backstop for autonomous vehicles with so-called Level 4 capability, i.e., the ability to drive without human control under select circumstances when road conditions suddenly change because of construction, accidents or other complexities that could stop the vehicle in its tracks. Read more on Forbes here.
Among those is Israel-based Hailo, which is building deep learning chips for embedded devices. Read more on TechCrunch here.