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.
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.
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.
Israel’s rise as one of the world’s leaders in cybersecurity has been boosted by cooperation between the military, government, education, and private sectors, a level of partnership unmatched in the Western world, The Washington Post reported Saturday.
Israel’s Aqwise has opened its new wastewater treatment plant in Durango, Mexico, and Israeli dynamic multi-focal glasses startup Deep Optics has raised $4 million to fuel the development of its adaptive electronic liquid crystal lens technology, and much more.
Israelis are eagerly awaiting the world launch of the electromagnetic levitating taxis built by US skyTran and the Israeli Pavilion at Milan Expo will host the finals of the first international competition for start-ups dedicated to children and adolescents.