The American-Israeli company is the global leader in 3D virtual-reality surgical simulations and training platforms.
GreenIQ’s web app runs on the browser of any web-enabled device and automatically adjusts irrigation and lighting according to the forecast.
Eric Sirkin says there is no reason Israeli companies can’t be large and multinational. It just requires a shift of mentality, he says.
For the first time in the 20-year history of the International Mathematics Competition, an Israeli team won the gold medal.
Many of Israel’s most amazing contributions to the world – from the DiskOnKey to the PillCam –result from its existential need for innovation in the military.
A stuffed dog called Hibuki (Huggy) has extra-long arms to embrace children traumatized by the constant air-raid sirens and booms of missiles.
MobileOCT of Israel is partnering with global NGOs to get its lifesaving diagnostic tech to doctors, nurses and midwives in low-resource countries.
‘This community of people is part of the healing,’ says coordinator of a drive to find foster families for lone soldiers in recuperation after combat injuries.
Ofer Biton saw his pet dog helped troubled teens learn to trust again, so he started a certificate program in canine therapy, now based at Tel Aviv University.
By the end of 2014, the collision-avoidance technology from Israel will be available in 160 car models from 18 car manufacturers.