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[Brodmann17 in ExBulletin] Israeli company advances vehicle technology after testing in peach tree corner

Brodmann17’s combines software and sensors to provide advanced driver assistance systems that require less computing power. In other words, it consumes less energy and space. Israeli companies are taking the next step in commercializing driving assistance technology, thanks to their collaboration with Peachtree Corners, a city known for its smart city technology living labs. Read...

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[Brodmann17 in PR Newswire] Brodmann17 joins 5G Open Innovation Lab following successful ADAS development in Peachtree Corners’ real-world smart city environment

Peachtree Corners – one of the nation’s first smart city environments powered by real-world connected infrastructure and 5G – today announced Curiosity Lab partner Brodmann17 has joined the 5G Open Innovation Lab (5GOILab) after several months of successful tests of its state-of-the-art Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology in the city. In June 2021, Israeli-based Brodmann17, added their technology to Curiosity Lab’s Level 3 autonomous test vehicle to further develop and prove its software-only perception technology for assisted driving in real world conditions. Read...

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PANDEMIC VENTURE INVESTMENT SERIES EPISODE 2: MOBILITY

Michael Dick, CEO, C2A Security Graham Gullans, VP Business & Corporate Development, Superpedestrian Adi Pinhas, CEO, Brodmann17 Yakir Machluf, OurCrowd Mobility Lead Watch the full episode here. As the coronavirus pandemic challenges the world of transportation and mobility, the crisis is also offering opportunities for new technological solutions, from electric scooters to self-driving cars, according to some of the leading entrepreneurs in the sector. “The mobility sector is among the hardest hit due to Covid-19, seeing one of the greatest declines in history,” said Yakir Machluf, mobility lead for OurCrowd, whose portfolio includes dozens of mobility startups. At the beginning of the pandemic, many car manufacturers shuttered operations as much of the world went into lockdown. Although manufacturing has now resumed, it is slower, and other aspects of mobility, including public transportation and ride-hailing apps continue to see a downturn in users. At the same time, more people have turned to alternative modes of transportation, including bicycles and scooters. “The entire way in which people and goods move around has changed,” Machluf said in the second episode of the...

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