Technology
KamaTech founders Moshe Friedman and Zika Abzuk at the Microsoft R&D center, flanking four Haredi students placed by KamaTech at Microsoft, Marvel and Check Point.

Israeli researchers fly by the numbers

Dr. Eitan Bachmat uses abstract math to reduce airplane boarding time (Photo: Bigphoto.com).Anyone who travels frequently by air knows the routine. At the gate inside the airport, you stand in the midst of an impatient crowd waiting to board the …

Negev development on the fast track

Ben-Gurion University President Avishay Braverman (right) displays the Negev development declaration, as Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks on. (Photo: Dani Machlis)For the Ben-Gurion University students and workers who arrive at the gleaming new north Beersheva-University train station and cross the …

Israel’s Saifun chips away at the flash memory market

Saifun’s NROM technology provides a better method of imprisoning electrons, which keeps the information on mobile devices secure.According to Dr. Boaz Eitan, founder and CEO of Nasdaq’s latest rising star, Israeli flash memory chip developer Saifun, even in the tightest …

Israeli sensor technology understands time differently

Nexense’s super-sensors can be tacked on to products to measure sounds, movement and pressure that are thousands of time more accurately than any other sensor on the market.Raindrops trickling down a windshield, a baby’s heart beat, and snoring grandfathers are …

Israeli technology lets you outsmart the traffic

Cellint’s TrafficSense notifies you of road traffic and provides you with alternative routes.When was the last time you sat in the middle of a freeway traffic jam? Today? Yesterday? Don’t you wish there was a system attached to your car …

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