The company streams personalized music to drivers without earphones.
DNAtix's use of the blockchain method to pay for genetic tests maintains the total confidentiality of the person giving the sample.
The investor is Talma Travel and Tours, owned by Erez Shmul.
The company has developed a platform for remote management of transactions.
Enlivex is developing a treatment for Graft-versus-Host disease (GvHD) resulting from bone-marrow transplants.
The investment was led by Arvato Financial Solutinos, the German company's first-ever investment in Israel.
The round, led by Israeli venture capital fund Firstime, brings the total amount raised by the company to $5 million.
One of the first three startups in IAI's innovation laboratory has already achieved a technological breakthrough.
The company's first product treated incontinence while its latest insert is for pelvic prolapse.
The Tel Aviv-based company's platform is more accurately able to identify risks in some contracts than professional US lawyers.
Applitools will use this investment to fuel market expansion of its artificial intelligence (AI) powered visual testing and monitoring solution by scaling its R&D, operations, and sales.
Porat joins JVP as a partner after having led Israel’s AT&T Foundry, the American multinational conglomerate’s accelerator.
The fund, led by Marius Nacht and Dr. Yair Schindel, is planned to reach $500 million.
Gong.io leverages artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to change the way salespeople conduct calls.
empow provides the first orchestration platform that uses AI and machine learning analytics to classify threats and alerts based on intent.
TAU Ventures is the first venture capital fund established by a university in Israel and is based on similar funds at US universities such as MIT, Berkeley and Stanford.
The pharmacy chain will cooperate with Israeli startup CommonSense Robotics to pick orders in its warehouse.
From mushrooms that nourish other crops to mass production of edible grasshoppers, Israeli startups are impacting agriculture.
MIXiii-BIOMED 2018 Conference chair Ruti Alon: The pendulum has to move back to medical devices, after a decade in which the sector was starved of financing.
SafeBreach: We warned Google of the problem, which affects computers not connected to the Internet, but they didn't get back to us.