Israeli researchers suggest transport officials gather and analyze Twitter posts to better plan traffic and transit strategy after a major event.
Israeli startup’s Alcohol Analytics aims to track how much beer is consumed in a bar, at what times, and which brands are most popular.
Bob Rosenschein’s newest venture makes it easier for Web surfers to get the information they need with a minimum number of clicks.
Vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems are the latest trend in road safety, as they warn drivers of impending hazards.
Find an eatery, follow a recipe, price groceries, calculate nutrition and donate leftovers with the help of blue-and-white smartphone apps.
Matash crunches a variety of data to predict how a forest fire will spread and help authorities decide how best to fight it.
‘Our vision is for Israel to lead the coming revolution of self-manufacturing,’ says Roy Keidar, CEO of the Reut Institute.
Made-in-Israel apps help you find a bus, taxi, parking spot and the fastest route to drive. They even check your tire pressure and alcohol intake.
The Israeli inventors took their ice-skating rink technology and put it into efficient air-conditioning systems used by businesses across the world.
Drones that monitor farms, a camera that shows what’s happening behind you, and technology to make the next Olympic Games safer were all on display in the 10th annual Bynet Expo in Tel Aviv.