Situated on only 22,000 square kilometers — a bit less land than the state of New Jersey — Israel has long had an outsized impact on the global stage. Recently, ranked as the eighth–most powerful country in the world, Israel has seen its influence grow in recent years due in no small part to its vibrant, world–renowned tech ecosystem.
Using technology developed in the Start–Up Nation around the world, companies fortify their cybersecurity defenses; authorities deliver safe food and clean water to people in need; healthcare professionals treat patients with state–of–the–art new therapies; farmers efficiently irrigate crops; and automakers manufacture the connected cars of the future. These are but a few of the applications of Israeli innovation, the subject of a new book from the Israel Innovation Authority and the Ministry of Economy and Industry.
For an inspiring glance at Israel’s immense influence on global innovation, look no further than this book, which provides a look at 100 revolutionary solutions across multiple sectors, including noted Israeli strengths like cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, mobility, autotech, health tech, and defense. Here’s a preview:
The Israel Innovation Authority, the Ministry of Economy and Industry’s partner in compiling the new book, has played a key role in fostering Israel’s culture of ingenuity and entrepreneurialism. Formerly the Office of the Chief Scientist, the quasi–governmental agency has provided financing, R&D support, incubator programs, partnership opportunities and much more to Israeli startups for nearly half a century. As an integral part of the country’s tech ecosystem, the authority’s commitment to accelerating innovation was influential in earning Israel its “Startup Nation” moniker.
Seventy years after Israel secured its independence and five decades after the Office of the Chief Scientist began its work, Israeli tech is stronger than ever — and the future of innovation in the country looks even more promising.
For more information, please see the new book from the Israel Innovation Authority and the Ministry of Economy and Industry, visit http://www.itrade.gov.il/Thailand or call 02 204 9241-3.