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.

An Israeli peek into the future of telecom

Staying connected: some 46 Israeli start-ups showcased their products at last week’s Telecom Israel 2004 exhibition.While American consumers are just beginning to be able to download TV and video clips onto their cell phones, Israeli startup eBIZ.mobility is already marketing …

Israeli surveillance systems protecting American lives abroad

Unlike other intruder detection equipment on the market, Controp systems detect penetration attempts automatically, and in difficult conditions.They have a world of experience monitoring Israel’s borders around the clock. They helped secure the Athens summer Olympic Games. And now the …

Going 3D the Israeli way

HumanEyes 3D creates a stereoscopic photograph by taking the pictures from a single digital camera which has been swept over a scene in continuous mode, and can even create a 3D picture of a complete 360 degree panorama.The virtual world …

Israel puts the lettuce on top

OrganiTech is developing a series of growing machines for different kinds of produce.Lots of people are eating lettuce these days. In fact, the leafy stuff is a $20 billion business in the U.S. and an $18 billion business in Europe. …

Israelis develop on-the-spot drug identification kit

‘Anyone concerned that a child or a loved one may be using drugs now has an easy, non-intrusive way to find out’ – Yaacov Shoham. Drug abuse among American minors has reached a startling rate in recent years, and parents …

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