UVeye develops automated inspection systems for vehicles using AI and proprietary hardware. The company was co-founded by Amir and Ohad Hever in 2016. In 2019, Toyota Tsusho and Volvo led a $31 million Series B, joining W.R. Berkley, F.I.T Ventures, and other previous investors to bring UVeye to a total of $35 million raised in venture capital funding. UVeye’s systems have been installed at over 100 sites including vehicle manufacturers, rental companies, logistical centers, dealerships, energy, financial, diplomatic, and other sensitive security facilities.
D-ID is a software development company. They provide API, reality studio, training, development, live portrait, and speaking portrait products. Their AI technology elevates video content in the fields of marketing, learning, development, and content creation. They provide AI tools to produce videos featuring talking avatars.
WayCare optimizes traffic management systems leveraging predictive analytics, and enables two way vehicle to city communication. Waycare is shaping the future of city mobility, enabling cities to take full control of their roads by harnessing in-vehicle information and municipal traffic data for predictive insights and proactive traffic management optimization. Waycare’s platform enables municipalities to capitalize on the enormous amount of data coming from various transportation modes, including connected and autonomous vehicles, to improve traffic safety and proactively manage the city’s roads.
Hailo is an Israel-based deep learning company that develops a breakthrough specialized deep learning microprocessor to deliver data center performance to edge devices. The company aims to drive artificial intelligence to the edge. Imagine intelligent devices that are empowered with the performance of a datacenter class computer, operating in real-time at reduced power consumption, size and cost. Hailo processors enable edge devices to go beyond handling sensors and streaming volumes of data for remote processing–they can do the processing themselves. Hailo’s complete re-think of computer architecture breaks the barriers of traditional paradigms, accelerating the extremely heavy computation of deep neural networks.
Apollo Power develops innovative technology solutions and products in the solar energy field. The company offers Apollo Film, a product that transforms any surface under the sun into an energy source. It works as a perfect solution for various markets and applications.
CYE brings a fact-based approach to organizational cyber defense and takes the guesswork out of cyber risk management. Utilizing data, numbers, and facts, CYE helps security leaders know what business assets are at risk and execute cost-effective remediation projects for optimal risk prevention. Founded in 2012 and led by the co-founder of Israel army’s Red Team unit (in Matzov), CYE serves as a trusted cybersecurity partner to medium size to Fortune 500 companies in multiple industries around the world. CYE improves the cybersecurity maturity of its customers by enabling better identification, prioritization, and reduction of cyber risks. CYE's innovative cloud-based cybersecurity optimization platform, Hyver, provides organization-level security assessments, revealing anticipated attack routes, analyzing business risks, and building optimized mitigation plans.
Upstream is the first cloud-based centralized cybersecurity and analytics platform that protects the technologies and applications of connected and autonomous vehicles fleet. The platform leverages big data and machine learning to provide OEMs and vehicle fleets with unprecedented, comprehensive, and non-intrusive defense. With application security, real-time data protection and anomaly detection, attacks are identified and blocked before they reach and harm the vehicle's network. Upstream Security helps corporations mitigate connectivity risks and ensure the safety and security of smart mobility solutions protecting connected and autonomous vehicles. It also secures drivers, vehicles, and mobility services from misuse and cyber-attacks. Upstream C4 is a data-driven cloud-based platform that integrates with automotive data streams of vehicles and promises to detect incidents as they happen in real-time and allocating a rating based on perceived impact and severity The company was received the 15th Annual 2019 Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards in Automotive Security (IoT) and Cybersecurity Excellence Awards 2019 - Gold Winner (Automotive Cybersecurity Category). Upstream Security was founded in February 2017 and is based in Herzliya, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Autofleet has created the first, truly sustainable, Vehicle as a Service layer, providing an elastic supply of vehicles serving any source of demand. Autofleet has partners with rental companies, car sharing platforms, public transportation operators, OEMs, utility companies, and more to plan and analyze future deployments, optimize existing operations, and launch new on-demand mobility business models. The platform uses advanced machine learning algorithms for demand prediction, dynamic pricing, automated in/de fleeting and optimizing demand-supply matching in real time.
Ravin uses completely autonomous artificial intelligence to inspect vehicles using everyday mobile or stationary cameras, creating trust in car rental, sharing, sales and insurance.
Arbe is building the future car’s eyes and brain using a High-Resolution Radar enabling cars to “see” the environment in any weather and any lighting condition, to long, mid and short ranges as well as in any azimuth, elevation and Doppler. Our radar detects cars, motorcycles, bikes, and most importantly humans. Arbe’s radar, based on our proprietary chipsets, is a next generation of safety products for ADAS and autonomous driving, offering superior performance at a low cost, size and power consumption.