The Israel Pavilion at Mobile World Congress 2017 is the centrally located, high profile venue to meet with Israel’s leading high technology companies, presenting the latest solutions for mobile communications. This pavilion represents a full spectrum of advanced solutions tailored for carriers, content providers, System integrators, app stores, enterprises and users.
Details: 27 Feb - 2 Mar 2017 @ Barcelona
The Israel Trade Commission seeks an intelligent and enthusiastic candidate to grow business and trade relations between Israel and Australia. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an international setting with leaders in trade, business development, and technology. The Israel Trade Commission in Australia represents […]
Cybertech is the most important conference and exhibition for cyber technologies outside of the United States. Cybertech 2017 will bring together leading multi-national corporates, SMB’s, start-ups, private and corporate investors, venture capital firms, experts, and clients. Cybertech Conference & Exhibition will present commercial problem solving strategies and solutions for the global cyber threat that meet […]
Details: 30 January - 2 February @ Pavilion 2, Tel Aviv Convention Center
The Victoria (Australia)-Israel Science & Technology Research & Development Program (VISTECH) has been re-launched and is now open to applications on a year-round basis. Israeli and Victorian companies engaged in collaborative R&D projects are invited to apply for funding under the program at any time. Grants of up to $250,000 are available to support collaborative R&D projects by […]
Electroad Wirelessly Charges Electric Vehicles
Israeli startup ElectRoad is taking a novel approach by creating special roads that charge vehicles. The company ...
Introducing Elli•Q, A Robot Companion For The Elderly
Intuition Robotics has invented an artificial intelligence-driven robot companion to keep the elderly engaged with the world. As ...
Israeli Flash Storage Co Kaminario Raises $75m
The latest financing round means that the startup could be Israel's newest unicorn with a company ...