Israeli Startups Driving Safety Solutions In Car Industry 
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by Sara Miller
13h ago
Like with so many other tech industries, Israeli startups are playing their part in revolutionizing automotive security. Three of them are taking a prominent role in the field as cybertechnology and automation become the industry norms.  C2A works with car companies throughout the entire development process (Courtesy luis gomes/Pexels)C2A Security: Protecting Your EV From Hackers Believe it or not, the individual parts of your car are probably not made by the same manufacturer. Carmakers purchase components from various specialist companies, and until now did not have to take any responsi ..read more
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Amdocs Powering New Campus With Israeli Green Energy
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
13h ago
Israeli renewable energy will power the new local office campus of software giant Amdocs, under a new agreement.  Enlight Renewable Energy, which develops, constructs, finances, and owns clean energy power plants, will completely power Amdocs’ new Israeli office campus, which spans dozens of acres, over the course of 12 years.  The electricity will be sourced from Enlight’s solar and storage facilities, which are currently under construction. The agreement is part of a new market regulation in Israel, which enables green power producers and large electricity consumers such as Amdocs ..read more
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Foodtech Startup Unveils Plant-Based Butter Substitute For Bakers
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
19h ago
An Israeli foodtech startup has unveiled a butter alternative for pastries and other bakery products, by extracting proteins from plants.  Gavan Technologies’ alternative butter, FaTRIX, is made of three natural ingredients: plant protein, plant oil, and water. It has successfully used the replacement in several bakery products, including in a soft and airy brioche, where it was able to slash the French pastry’s saturated fat by five times.  The startup created the plant-based butter by using its patented protein extraction process. Its low-energy and low-chemical process extracts pr ..read more
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Israel Now Has Over 230 EnergyTech Companies, Study Finds
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by NoCamels Team
19h ago
Israel’s EnergyTech sector is thriving, and has more than 230 established companies as of 2023, as revealed in a recently-held event by Start-Up Nation Central (SNC), a nonprofit that promotes Israeli innovators to help solve global challenges.  SNC mapped the growing ecosystem together with Israel’s energy community Ignite the Spark and the Israeli Export Institute, and unveiled it at the event, which hosted leading companies and organizations in the Israeli EnergyTech community.  The companies featured in the landscape map are developing technologies in a range of vital subsectors ..read more
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Giant Ice Trays Cool Buildings Using Green Energy
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
1d ago
Summer is almost upon us, and with it, mass use of air conditioning that takes up around 40 percent of all electricity consumption in buildings, something that energy grids simply cannot support. That’s why one Israeli company is using ice as a cheaper, greener method to cool office blocks at those times of the day when energy is most in demand and most expensive. Nostromo Energy packs hundreds of water capsules into power cells, which can be installed on the roofs, in basements, or on walls of commercial and industrial buildings. The IceBrick installed on a building (Courtesy) Picture your st ..read more
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Israeli Translation Service Bablic Bought By International AI Translator
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by NoCamels Team
1d ago
Israeli cloud-based translation service Bablic has been snapped up by international AI translator Unbabel.  Tel Aviv-based Bablic offers localization (adapting an existing website to a local culture) and translation services for websites and apps, and the acquisition allows Unbabel to enter into this global market.  According to Unbabel, website localization is a beneficial tool for a business, given that 95 percent of all consumers live outside of the United States. It can boost traffic to a company’s website by up to 70 percent and conversion rates by 20 percent.  Bablic was c ..read more
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Apple Scoops Up Israeli Startup’s Touch-Free Wearable Tech
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
2d ago
Tech giant Apple has commissioned an Israeli startup to produce its wristbands that allow the touchless operation of smart devices using hand movements.  The Mudra Band, developed by Wearable Devices, uses a combination of unique sensors and artificial intelligence to support touchless control of the Apple Watch, the iPhone and additional Apple devices.   Users can toggle and switch between connected devices, including Mac computers, Apple TVs, smart glasses, and various mobile gaming systems.  It will initially go on sale for the Apple Watch.  Wearable said that it ha ..read more
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Treatment Tackles Facial Tic Side Effect Of Antipsychotic Drugs
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
2d ago
Pharma giant Teva has developed an effective treatment for patients who experience involuntary and repetitive body movements as a side effect from certain antipsychotic drugs.  Patients are at risk of developing tardive dyskinesia (TD) if they have been on high doses of certain medication for a long time. Symptoms include making involuntary noises or facial expressions that are out of their control; muscle spasms that can cause difficulty breathing or swallowing or changes to posture; and slow movements like writhing or squirming.  According to Andrew Cutler, CEO of the Neuroscience ..read more
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New Generation Of ‘Miracle’ Water-From-Air Machines
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by John Jeffay, NoCamels
3d ago
Turning fresh air into water seemed like nothing short of a miracle back in 2012. That was when Israeli startup Watergen revealed its first atmospheric water generator to the world. Watergen cools air, much like an air conditioner, until it condenses and becomes water. The self-contained water-from-air machine produced by Israeli startup H2oll. (Courtesy) But technology moves on apace. And H2oll another Israeli startup, says it can also produce drinking water from the atmosphere – but more cheaply, more efficiently and more sustainably. And in any climate. It aims to address the global water c ..read more
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$440,000 Grant For Israeli Startup Behind Tiny Surgical Robot
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by Ariel Grossman, NoCamels
3d ago
An Israeli startup developing a tiny robot to navigate a patient’s blood vessels during operations has received a grant of approximately $440,000 from a government agency that promotes industrial research and development in the country.  The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) awarded the grant to Microbot Medical so it could further develop its robotic surgical system, the LIBERTY. Microbot Medical says that its system is the world’s first fully disposable endovascular robot, capable of traversing the blood vessels of the brain, heart and other organs during surgical procedures. It is dire ..read more
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