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Knowledge Center

 

Knowledge is the foundation for success in new markets.

Whether it is market intelligence enabling Israeli companies to achieve and sustain a competitive advantage in new markets, or technology and supporting service knowledge, Trade Mission in India is regularly producing new industry and market insights besides disseminating regular business updates and information for Indian Companies to seek Israeli know hows and their adaptability in Indian context.  In Commercial Department, Embassy of Israel, India Knowledge Hub, this information is centralized to make it accessible to the wider Indo-Israeli business and research community.

This knowledge is communicated in the form of publications.



1. Israeli Know How and Adaptation Technologies for Climate Change


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Israeli Know How and Adaptation Technologies for Climate Change

Climate change is threatening the livelihoods of millions of people. The challenge for adaptation technologies is to deal with the potential for future changes whilst being resilient to climate variability.

Israel is recognized as the forefront of high-tech innovation, backed by highly creative workforce and a sound infrastructure. Today Israel has about 350 cleantech companies and they are developing and growing constantly. Review the different adaptation technologies offered by Israeli industry will be outlined by sectors.

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2. ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide 2014; DEFENCE and HLS


ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide 2014; DEFENCE and HLS

ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide 2014; DEFENCE and HLS

A Special Report on Defence & Homeland Security (HLS) Defence-related matters between Israel and India. The global geopolitical situation and more particularly the internal threats that both Israel and India have had to face make it incumbent upon leaderships and industry heads in both countries to consider the means and solutions that each possesses to fight off those who endanger our well-being.

The relations between the two countries have deepened and widened throughout the last few years in almost every possible field. Defence is without a doubt a prominent one. It is a symbol of the level of intimacy and cooperation that Israel and India have reached.In this field, the cooperation and relations are based first and foremost on the common values and interests both of our countries share.

While Israel has faced these threats virtually throughout its existence, India has had to deal with internal dangers for the last two decades or so. There is a lot which Israel can offer India in the context of improved technology, revamping of existing infrastructure and beefing up of protective measures.

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3. ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide 2014; Agriculture and Water

ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide2014; Agriculture & Water

ISRAEL-INDIA Business Guide2014; Agriculture & Water

Among all the sectors that Israel and India are engaged in – both on the Government to Government level and the company to company level, the two most active ones are Agriculture and Water. These sectors in particular has been borne out by the large number of agreements on cooperation, the exchange of technology, the strategic partnerships exchange of professionals and the joint ventures that have been established over the last couple of years.

The program of Initiating Centers of Excellence in India is gathering steam. This far, 30 such centers were planned. While some have starting operating, work on others is on. Apart from this there has been substantial rise in trade figures in water and agro technologies like horticulture, arid farming, greenhouses and polyhouses, irrigation-drip and sprinkler, animal husbandry, agriculture equipment, aquaculture, desalination, municipal water treatment & recycling, water conservation & filtration and more. There is a lot which Israel can offer India.


4. Indo-Israeli Agricultural Cooperation Project


Indo-Israeli Agricultural Cooperation Project

Indo-Israeli Agricultural Cooperation Project

India is presently in the midst of its second “Green Revolution”. During the first “Green Revolution”, India achieved self sufficiency in the supply of food grains, an extraordinary achievement. While dealing with a high rate of population increase, the issue of food security has become crucial, leading the country to a compelling need to find alternative ways to feed its 1.2 billion people.

Throughout the years the State of Israel developed unique expertise and approaches to sustainable agricultural and rural development under semi-arid and arid climatic conditions. Based on these achievements, NHM chose Israel as a partner to promote the goals of the Indian “Green Revolution”.
Popularly by the name itself the unique concept of “The Centers of Excellence” under this joint collaborative umbrella provides a suitable platform for a rapid transfer of technology to the farmers.