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.
A new Israeli approach to providing sight to people with vision impairment uses a technique known as sensory substitution.
The telecom legend leads a new American-Israeli VC and Caesarea-based incubator in search of disruptive, transformative marketing tech.
What is it about the White City on the Mediterranean that has turned it into the Silicon Valley of the Middle East?