eBay has announced its intention to recruit 100 new employees to its R & D center in Israel operating in Netanya. The company will recruit workers into a series of positions. Will recruit software engineers, information researchers, and image processing experts
sPARK, the Israeli company from the incubator TerraLab Ventures, which developed "Polly. the Parking Ferry" app, announced today the signing of a global commercial agreement with OPnGO, a French company from the international Infra Park Group. In the past few months both companies have created a joint pilot, which included integration of technologies, demonstrated in three cities in Europe. Now, after signing the agreement, the product will be deployed in hundreds of cities around the world in the next few years. The company expects this agreement to generate revenue of 6 million dollars in...
"Many of today's devices and devices use a computer vision based on 2D image recognition, but with RealSense's best depth technology we redefine future technologies that can 'see' like a human being, so devices and devices can really enrich our lives," he said. "With its compact and ready-to-use chassis, the D400 depth camera series not only makes it easy for developers to build 3D depth in any design, but also instantly assimilates in high-volume products," said Sagi Ben Moshe, vice president and general manager of RealSense Group at Intel.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems announced today that it has completed the first series of tests of the "Venus" satellite's electric propulsion system in its orbit in space after the launch. The satelit rwas launched duriing a joint venture between the Israel Space Agency and the French Space Agency, and the first electric propulsion system of its kind. It was developed by Rafael, Israel's only manufacturer of electric propulsion systems for satellites.
At least 250 Israeli start-ups operate in the Retailtech field - online purchases. Most of their activities revolve around the supply chain, logistics, sales floor and electronic commerce. 100 of those companies raised $ 880 million. 19 companies raised 20 million or more, 20 raised between $ 5-20 million and the other 61 raised between $ 100,000 and $ 5 million
Orkam's founders Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram announced a $ 30 million financing round. This round turned Orckem's value to $ 1 billion. The company has developed glasses for the blind, and they have a unique camera that scans and reads to the one that each text contains, and even recognizes faces and products. In anticipation of the expected IPO in the coming year, the company is interested in raising another $ 100 million and reaching a company value of $ 2 billion. "I think the potential of the company is far greater than that of Mobily," said CEO and founder Ziv Aviram after the...