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Israeli startups show off autonomous driving, sensors tech at EcoMotion

Israeli startups show off autonomous driving, sensors tech at EcoMotion

Israeli start-ups flaunt self-governing driving, sensing units tech at EcoMotion


TEL AVIV, Israel– Israeli automobile innovation start-ups intending to mirror the success of Mobileye showcased their developments for investor, car manufacturers and Tier 1 providers here at the yearly EcoMotion Week conference.

Jerusalem chip and sensing unit business Mobileye has actually grown to a stock exchange evaluation of $33 billion since of its innovative driver-assist and self-governing driving systems service.

Automotive and movement innovation is a fast-growing Israeli market as business owners bring know-how got from establishing rocket defense systems and other military innovations, together with the knowledge obtained in associated disciplines, to the sector.

There are more than 650 vehicle and movement tech start-ups in Israel, with 110 showing at the conference, stated Jennifer Schwarz, executive director for EcoMotion. More than 3,000 individuals went to Tuesday’s exhibit.

Israeli vehicle innovation start-ups have actually raised practically $200 million this year, according to IVC Data and Insights, an Israeli equity capital market research study company. Financiers put more than $1 billion into Israeli vehicle and movement sector start-ups in 2015.

The business at EcoMotion showed a broad variety of tech, much of it handling self-governing driving systems and electrical car parts.

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— Jerry Hirsch


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