Heart Monitoring Smartwatch Receives FDA Approval
No Camels' feature on CardiacSense's smartwatch for monitoring vital signs.
No Camels' feature on CardiacSense's smartwatch for monitoring vital signs.
A smart watch which can keep tabs on your heart rate and blood pressure as you jog or exercise, and tell you if you are over straining? No big deal.
Wearables have been doing this for at least three years. Some of the more health-oriented wrist devices that were available in 2022, also measured oxygen levels and body temperature and a few could generate a basic ECG trace.
Dr. Zipora Strauss, Director of Neonatology and Pediatric Physician at Sheba Hospital, is the person behind the new center that aims to ensure healthspan goes hand in hand with life expectancy
Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoR) has selected Airwayz as the partner to build the U-Space Airspace prototype for the port industrial complex. The partnership is set for a period of two years in which the U-Space services will be set up and the Airwayz unmanned traffic management (UTM) system will be configured to the ports’ needs and requirements.
Air6, Consortiq, Wonder Robotics win “Pitch the Press” at Commercial UAV Expo 2022
Airwayz UTM’s capability to manage multiple fleets of drones was displayed in the demonstration.
Israel and Morocco signed a number of business-and-tech-focused agreements this week through delegations from both countries that attended the first-ever “Connect to Innovate” conference organized by Start-Up Nation Central, a non-profit organization that reports on the Israel tech industry.
Walmart is capitalizing on drone technology for delivery services.
The number of exits so far this year soared to 171 deals, up from 60 last year, which included 99 acquisitions that totaled $11.5 billion and 72 IPOs, which included special purpose acquisition companies (SPAC) mergers. Forty-five of those IPOs were done on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE.)
Besadno Group would like to thank everyone who attended our chanukat habayit celebration this past motzei Shabbat. The beautiful, well-attended, event celebrated the opening of our new offices in Bnei Brak. Attendee’s included HaRav Lau and other distinguished Rabbis and community leaders, as well as prominent personalities in innovative technology and venture capitalism. The highlight of the event was the affixing of mezuzot throughout our new offices. https://lnkd.in/dZHYPtrR
More than a thousand people crowded into Binyanei Hauma last Tuesday night to celebrate Besadno’s
10th-anniversary. Besadno is a prominent investment group specializing in real estate and innovative
technology. The event featured informative TED talks from industry experts, as well as music and entertainment.
Technology is changing the entire construction industry and we are witnessing a growing demand for it.
The first half of 2021 has seen over $9.7 billion in funding activity for property technology (Proptech) startups, the most active first half on record.
Local tech companies have already raised 71% more than in all of 2020, while exits also skyrocketed, reaching $18.92 billion in the first three quarters.
2021 has seen rapid growth for the country’s real estate tech-related sector - CTech highlights the rising stars
This article showcases our top picks for the best New York City based Construction companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Construction industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.
Start-Up Nation Central’s analysis revealed that in the first six months of the year the Fintech sector raised more money than in all of 2020, “there is attention and dollars coming this way”
London Chelsea Limited says it has partnered with SolidBlock to offer a digital asset fund that invests in real estate. According to a release, London Chelsea Limited will sell a “London Digital Bond” described as a digital security backed by property. London Chelsea is a firm that advises on the buying and selling of residential investment properties in London and the Home Counties.
According to the IVC-Meitar Tech Review, Israeli companies surpassed the total amount raised in 2020 ($10.3 billion) in the first six months of 2021
According to new report The study, conducted by Startup Genome, ranks Tel Aviv and Jerusalem as joint sixth out of 150 global cities.
There are currently over 6,400 startup companies operating in Israel, and more are launching every day. With only around 9 million inhabitants in total, the country has justly earned the moniker of the “Startup Nation.”
Yavneh-based Urban Aeronautics is developing its CityHawk to be a kind of Uber of the air, starting with emergency services.
4 Israeli companies launched on Nasdaq and NYSE over the past week as the market seems to refuse to cool down
Its been an explosive few months for Israeli tech on the world’s stage - let’s take a look at some of the freshest faces
s we have seen over the last several weeks, nothing makes the global market plummet like a pandemic. It is clear that fear, panic, and hysteria exacerbate the natural economic slowdown following shutdowns and the inability of businesses to operate regularly.
The Israeli game and app developer platform has completed its SPAC merger and will begin trading on Wall Street on June 29.
Israeli firm Hailo, a company that develops chips for deep learning on edge devices, is raising a $100 million Series C funding round at a company valuation of $1 billion
The Israeli company is set to raise approximately $403 million including proceeds from ION Acquisition Corp 2 and $150 million in PIPE financing
The company co-founded by Mickey Boodaei, which developed a device-based biometrics solution for customer authentication, was bootstrapped prior to completing the largest Series A funding round in cybersecurity history
SentinelOne Inc. S, -1.96% has set terms of its initial public offering, in which the California-based cybersecurity software company could be valued at up to $7.36 billion.
Israel also ranks second globally in Hardware & IoT, Health Technology, and the Software & Data industries.
The Israeli digital adoption SaaS company has raised $287 million and will begin trading on Nasdaq today.
Last year's funding records weren't on top for long. The big winners by industry: Cyber, Fintech, and Enterprise Solutions
According to data compiled by Start-Up Nation Central, 2021 has already also set a record for the number of investments in Israeli startups of over $100 million, with 30 having been completed so far compared to 21 mega-rounds throughout all of 2020
According to a report by Catalyst Investments, the average time it takes for Israeli tech startups to become unicorns has decreased by half in the past decade
Haven’t heard of Naughty Banana yet? It's a South African remote-based digital creative agency with a thought leadership blog showcasing women taking the lead in the marketing field.
SolidBlock has always been a proud industry-leader with a strong female presence on the management, executive, and consulting team. Case in point: Co-Founder and CMO Yael Tamar, who recently chatted with Naughty Banana’s Thabiso Kgabung.
Thabiso asked her about everything from trends in digital marketing to implementing data and AI in property trading cycles – to her Netflix watch list and the (audio) books she’s loving lately.
If you haven’t yet read their cool profiles of women in marketing, start with Yael’s profile and then work your way through the entire list!
IVC and Meitar are proud to present: The Israeli Tech Review Q1/2021 The quarterly capital amount soared to $5.37 billion in 172 deals. The quarterly amount mounted 89% over Q4/2020 results and twofold compared to Q1/2020.
"When we look at the two countries not only as destination markets but as gateways to the globe, you can see how in terms of a global business strategy the Abraham Accords provides many opportunities."
For most people, the thought of flying cars zooming through the skies is the stuff of fantasy and science fiction and is more closely associated with the Jetsons TV series than with real life. Yet, an Israeli company comprised of some of the country’s top aeronautical engineering talent is well on its way to turning this dream into a reality.
Boeing has signed a new agreement with Israel-based Tactical Robotics, an exploratory deal that will see the two companies work together jointly on “developing, producing and marketing” aircraft with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities based on Tactical Robotics’ “Fancraft” enclosed rotor technology.
Construction productivity levels are the lowest among all industries, and it’s been that way for a while. Mckinsey reported in 2017 on the languishing growth of the construction sector’s labor-productivity, a mere 1% over the last two decades, compared to 3.6% in the world economy. In an effort to close that gap, Trusstor, an AI startup is building a holistic solution to bring full visibility to general contractors.
I believe that 2021 will be a year of change and rebirth. Real estate was forced to embrace innovation once and for all in 2020, and this new year will only serve to cement this shift.
A debut showcase of innovation was presented in Dubai this month
Online investment platform offers early-stage opportunities in Israeli property, construction, education, medicine and financial technology startups.
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