Joining Intel and its Israeli subsidiary Mobileye, Moovit will advance Mobility-as-a-Service and the global adoption of autonomous transportation. By Abigail Klein Leichman, ISRAEL21c Intel Corporation announced its acquisition of Israeli company Moovit for approximately $900 million. Millions of commuters in 3,100 cities across 102 countries use Moovit’s urban mobility application for planning trips via public... Read more »
Intel Israel CEO Garty said that the company is 'proud of the cooperation with the Technion, which will promote Israeli technology and Intel’s technological leadership in the field of artificial intelligence.'
Intel’s purchase of Mobileye for over $15 billion is the biggest acquisition of an Israeli high-tech company to date. Intel, one of the world’s biggest technology conglomerates, has confirmed reports that it is purchasing Mobileye, a leader in autonomous driving technology, for $15.3 billion. This would be the biggest exit in the history of Israeli hi-tech, which... Read more »
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.
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.