Professor David Faiman

A professor wins top Israeli award; the biennial International HLS & Cyber Conference in Tel Aviv featured the top Israeli security and cybersecurity companies; Israel’s Elbit Systems presented its new Emergency Scenarios Virtual Reality Trainer at the Homeland Security and Cyber Conference in Tel Aviv, and much more.

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softwheel

CNN has written about three Israeli Innovations that will revolutionize the planet; Want a phone-free family meal, or just a break from constantly checking messages and emails? Purchase an Israeli Pause, and much more.

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Israeli app helps induce sleep

A sensor and smartphone app from Israel’s 2breath helps users fall asleep and tracks their sleeping patterns; Intel has inaugurated its $6 billion next-generation chip production line at its Kiryat Gat facility in Israel, and much more.

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Israel dairy

Dairy farmers from India to Italy travel to Israeli kibbutzim to learn how to increase their milk yields; IBA News goes behind the scenes at the Sorek desalination plant, which produces 20% of Israel’s domestic water, and much more.

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Global water shortage

From California to Africa, there is a global water shortage. Israel - one tiny country in the middle of a desert, has found remarkable solutions; A delegation of Israeli start-ups developing technologies to assist people with disabilities are showing their products and services in Sydney Australia, and much more.

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Israeli app museum

Nathalie Half founded Israeli startup Museloop when her children stopped joining her on her museum visits; The Dan bus company is to run five new entirely electric buses on its No.4 route in Tel Aviv, and much more.

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Elbit

The new heads-up display from Israel’s Elbit has been featured on Israeli Channel 2 TV; Intel has announced its most advanced, next-level Core processor, named Kaby Lake, developed by Israeli engineers, and much more.

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Israel artificial intelligence

Israeli startup Prospera uses artificial intelligence to help farmers better monitor their crops; Israeli startup FST Biometrics can recognize individuals from facial images, voice analytics and behavior, and much more.

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supermarket queue

The barcode self-scanning and checkout payment smartphone app from Israeli startup SuperSmart could be the start of a revolution in Israeli grocery shopping; The Mabat 2000 observation and intelligence center counters crime and terror attacks in Jerusalem, and much more.

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Supermeat

Israeli startup SuperMeat is developing a method for bio-engineering “cultured meat” from animal cells; Nine Israeli companies are making major contributions to agriculture through their innovative technology, and much more.

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Israel drones car theft

Israeli startup Ituran uses Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs/drones) to track down vehicles stolen in Israel and then taken to Palestinian Authority towns; Israeli startup Ayala Water & Ecology provides a solution to water purification which lies within nature itself, and much more.

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Israel smart city

The Israeli innovation pavilion at the Innovative City Conference in Nice included numerous technologies; Eleven Israeli general hospitals and two psychiatric hospitals are to convert to natural gas, saving millions, and much more.

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Sidekix

The Israeli app Sidekix is marketed as the fun way to find your way – without a car; Israel’s SkyFi aims to launch a network of tiny satellites to bring the Internet to remote parts of the planet, and much more.

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Foldi-Mate

An Israeli-led startup has invented the FoldiMate – the first appliance to automate the task of folding laundry; Israeli startup Equinom has devised a way to breed seeds that are superior in yield, nutritional value and appearance, and much more.

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Aquarius engine

Israel’s Aquarius Engines has redesigned the internal combustion engine; Israel’s LiveU will provide IP-based live video transmission solutions for more than 80 broadcasters and online streaming customers during the Rio Olympics this summer, and much more.

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Taj Mahal

Thanks to Israel’s Aqwise, visitors to India’s Taj Mahal have drinking water; Israeli cancer charity Ezer Mizion and Israeli startup Click2Speak are piloting an on-screen keyboard operated by eye-tracking, and much more.

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Desalitech

Israel’s Desalitech won the Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year award at the 2016 Global Water Awards in Abu Dhabi; The CEO of the water company for Sau Paulo has come to Israel to learn how Israeli tech can help SABESP overcome Sau Paulo’s water shortages, and much more.

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Israel wastewater recycling

Israel recycles 85 percent of its wastewater; Israel’s Articoolo has developed an algorithm that generates unique, proof-read, high-quality textual content from scratch - simulating a real human writer, and much more.

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