Automotive technology holds great promise but also introduces new risks. Connected cars may offer drivers a wide array of new amenities, but their being networked means hackers could break in and take the wheel themselves.
For Israel, innovation has always been inextricably linked to the survival, security, and well-being of the people. “How did we start up a nation from nothing and transform it into a nation of start-ups?” the
Lacking a single auto manufacturing plant, Israel may appear to be an unlikely hub for automotive innovation. But with thriving smart transportation and auto-tech ecosystems, the Startup Nation is nevertheless disrupting the automotive industry with
Israel’s ingenuity and unyielding pursuit of innovation have made the nation an international high-tech hub, catapulting the country to global leadership in diverse sectors like cybersecurity, digital health, drone technology, and mobility.
The Economist has dubbed 3D printing the “third industrial revolution,” given the breakthroughs that the technology will enable – in manufacturing, construction, medicine, nutrition, and many other fields. While 3D printing dates originally to
With no domestic automotive manufacturing industry, Israel would never be mistaken for a Detroit on the Mediterranean. But that hasn’t stopped this small country from becoming a global hub of auto-tech innovation. Home to
Israel is the beating heart of the innovations transforming modern life, pioneering advances in smart mobility, cybersecurity, food and agritech, health tech, and much more. It’s only natural, then, that many of tech’s leading players