Innovation Technology

Hi-Tech is a comprehensive term that defines all industries that deal with advanced technologies. It primarily refers to technological industries with links to the world of computing, electronics and biotechnology. Israel is advancing Hi-Tech and providing these innovations in the global market for the benefit of healthcare, business and defense.

The world’s most advanced wearable AI-driven artificial vision innovator, Orcam
Israel tech company OrCam wins German innovation prize
Tactile Mobility co-founder Boaz Mizrachi (first row, first on the left) with the team that made the recent cooperation with BMW a reality
Tactile Mobility joins BMW to produce the cars of the future
Fabric robots at work
Fabric offers innovative robotic solutions ahead of Rosh Hashanah
Entrepreneur Erel Margalit and Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion.
New international innovation quarter launched in Jerusalem
Coronavirus & Israeli Tech
Taglit-Birthright Israel, ‘Post’ to broadcast Innovation Conference
A PSA's Citroen new electric city car AMI is seen during a media presentation in Paris, France, August 25, 2020.
Citroen's new car can be driven by French teenagers without license
By REUTERS
A SKYLARK drone is thrown by an IDF soldier during a military exercise in southern Israel in 2013
Israel's eyes - How the drone went from a toy to the IDF's greatest tool
Ynet broadcasting studio.
Ynet CEO interrogated ahead of failed Taboola-Outbrain merger - report
The wonderful world of wood
By JASON BLACKSHAW
The ImprisWay device used in driving
InprisWay ensures drivers watch the road, drive safely
A Skylord drone and its human operator
US military to employ next generation Israeli drone technology
The City Hawk model presented in this computer graphic
Urban Aeronautics CEO has designed a made-in-Israel flying car
A businessperson working at his computer (Illustrative)
Israeli audiobook firm iCast bought by Storytel for NIS 20m.
UBQ Materials' thermoplastic material made from unsorted household waste
Israeli cleantech firm UBQ to open waste conversion plant in Netherlands
Facial recognition is currently being used to cross borders and even enter hospitals. To ensure AI systems aren't biased, AnyVision researcher Dr. Eduard Vazquez told the Post, you must have excellent data.
Israeli facial recognition tech reduces chance of human bias
Worker tends to systems in autonomous vehicle at Mobileye plant (REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun)
Self-organized autonomous vehicles can increase traffic flow - research
FILE PHOTO: The Apple Inc. logo is seen hanging at the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 16, 2019
Apple's latest acquisition of Israeli start-up reveals its arch strategy
Avratech director Aaron Safrai (right) is pictured with ultra-Orthodox Jewish students learning computer programming at Avratech's Jerusalem offices
Haredim only make half the salary of others in hi-tech industry
An electronic board displaying market data is seen at the entrance of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, in Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli medtech firm Nanox worth over $1.2b. with no revenue, FDA approval
A griffon vulture lands in an area, used as a feeding station, where carrion is left by conservationists as part of a national project to protect and increase the population of the protected bird in Israel, in southern Israel.
Israeli drone company helps save endangered vulture chick
Madison Campbell (L) Liesel Vaidya (R) co-founders of Leda Heath
Can take-home DIY rape kits help stop sexual assault?
Coronavirus & Israeli Tech
Taglit, ‘Post’ tackle coronavirus technology at innovation conference
MusashiAI's autonomous forklift rely on an external AI system to navigate.
Joint Israeli-Japanese group is the world’s first robot employment agency
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
A security guard checks the temperature of passengers at the entrance to the central bus station in Jerusalem, on April 20, 2020.
Elderly monitoring system installed in Israel's hospitals, amid pandemic
[Illustrative] A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him.
200,000 coding students from Israel, UAE to collaborate in app development
A man types into a keyboard during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
NSA, Israeli, UK cyber chiefs confront new hacker threats in corona era
Employees, mostly veterans of military computing units, use keyboards as they work at a cyber hotline facility at Israel's Computer Emergency Response Centre (CERT) in Beersheba, southern Israel
Israeli investigator uncovers cyberattack on hundreds of global servers
THERE IS one area where I would like to see Israel take a page from the American playbook: legalization of cannabis.
Cannabotech seeks $6m. in Israel's first crowdfunded share insurance
Aharon Aharon, CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority
Israel continues to promote digital transformation efforts
Fintica CEO, Philippe Metoudi
Israeli Artificial Intelligence start up signs Japanese R&D deal
Light is the intersection at night, traffic intersection at night, the lights go out.
Israeli tech firm NoTraffic installs AI-based traffic solution in Phoenix
Minister Yoaz Hendel, Bar-Ilan University President Prof. Arie Zaban and Prof. Eyal Yaniv, Director of Bar-Ilan's Smart Cities Center, on the University's autonomous campus shuttle, Aug 13, 2020.
Yoaz Hendel visits Bar-Ilan U., presented with latest 5G technology
A robot equipped with artificial intelligence is seen at the AI Xperience Center at the VUB (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) in Brussels, Belgium February 19, 2020.
Israel’s voice recognition technology provides endless possibilities
A nearly deserted 7th Avenue in Times Square is seen near midday in Manhattan during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York City, New York, U.S., April 7, 2020
11 most promising Israeli companies to solve coronavirus' challenge
Football / soccer ball
Chelsea Football Club launches official training app
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Colombia President Ivan Marquez meet by video
Colombia Innovation Center to open in Jerusalem, marking trade agreement
Israeli-based Wix is expanding its large R&D office in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Wix now Israel's second most valuable company as retail shifts online
Insijam C.L.S
Insijam's 'Arabist' founder helps Jews and Arabs do business
Hackers and cybersecurity
The dark side of Israeli cybersecurity firms
The Rikers Island Prison complex is seen from an airplane in the Queens borough of New York City, New York
New NYC app hopes to change the rules of the rental market
Coming soon: Internet domain names in Hebrew
Internet usage in Israel spikes amid coronavirus pandemic, study finds
Speaking on Monday in Tel Aviv on how Israeli companies can succeed in China were (left to right): Hang Lung Properties Chairman Ronnie Chan, CEO of Cukierman & Co. Haggai Ravid, Deputy General Manager of Leaguer Jimmy Jin, Managing Director of China Everbright Limited John Chan, Visualead CEO Nevo
Israeli high-tech companies work to develop solutions against coronavirus
Pelephone
Pelephone announces launch of 5G network
Tsionov Vitkon Architects is the winner of the architect competition to design a building for the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University
Architect for Azrieli School of Architecture building at TAU selected
Richard Branson
Virgin Galactic's Branson to fly into space in early 2021
By REUTERS
House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law Chair David Cicilline speaks during a hearing on "Online Platforms and Market Power", in the Rayburn House office Building on Capitol Hill, in Washington, US, July 29, 2020
As Congress takes on social media giants, Israeli expert advises caution
Bar Ilan University, engineering department
Bar-Ilan's on-chip memory tech ranks in top 3 ventures in Swiss contest
A gentleman paying for coffee with an iPhone 6 with Square's apple pay and EMV reader.
Apple Pay to launch in Israel by the end of this year
A HAREDI STUDENT works on a computer  at the Jerusalem College of Technology.
Haredim make significant inroads in hi-tech
A vehicle powered by ElectReon tech
Israeli start-up ElectReon Wireless charging vehicles while driving
German Heron TP UAV, produced by Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI)
First modified German Heron TP UAV completes first flight
Prof. Joachim Behar
Young professor combines aliyah, COVID-19 into AI breakthrough
Israeli shekels
Your Investments: The government isn’t your financial savior
By AARON KATSMAN
Children playing on TinyTap
Hillel's Tech Corner: TinyTap’s innovative way to limit children’s screen time
A bank employee counts Israeli Shekel notes for the camera at a bank branch in Tel Aviv
Your Taxes: GILTI regulations are a big win for small businesses
By MONTE SILVER
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018
Send friends 5,000-year-old emojis with new Google AI hieroglyphic app
Two police officers patrol downtown Jerusalem to ensure that people are wearing masks
Israel’s innovative response to COVID-19
By ELI DAVID
Dr. Astorre Modena, partner in Terra Venture Partners
Despite corona, Terra Venture Partners makes $3m. in seed investments
The logo of Chevron Corp is seen in its booth at Gastech, the world's biggest expo for the gas industry, in Chiba, Japan April 4, 2017
‘Chevron could open Israel’s energy market to Asia’
Startup Grind Israel Country Manager, Shahar Matorin "I invested time and effort (almost ten years). It was important for me to put the Israeli start-up ecosystem on the Startup Grind community map"
Startup Grind Israel GenZ (SGz) to reach high school future entrepreneurs
SkyStriker suicide drones sold by Elbit Systems to Azerbaijan
Israel revolutionized Azerbaijan’s drone arsenal. Are the weapons working?
Intelligence ministry staff demonstes to The Jerusalem Post their 3d data science graphs that they produce.
Using data science and classified intel to seize the future
A Google search page is seen through a magnifying glass in this photo illustration taken in Berlin, August 11, 2015
Meet the search platform prioritizing action over traffic
JASON COHEN in his home peanut butter factory in Modi’in
Paging Dr. Peanut Butter
IDF recruits at the Military Intelligence language school
‘Moneyball’ meets intelligence
Mobileye is set to open an extensive campus in Har Hotzvim
Ford to work with Intel's Mobileye for better collision avoidance tech
By REUTERS
BOD2 frame: The BOD2, by COBOD, is the world's largest construction printer.
Dubai, Saudi Arabia drive 3D printing revolution in Arab world
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
Infographic showing the planned Emirates Mars Mission journey.
United Arab Emirates launches its mission to Mars
By REUTERS
Microsoft's Yaron Galinsky alongside ALYN's Dr. Maurit Beeri and Arie Yekel-Melamed are seen helping a patient play 'Forza Horizon 4' on the Xbox One using an Xbox Adaptive Controller.
Microsoft donates Xbox Adaptive Controllers to children at ALYN Hospital
A Caja picker station, to which the robots bring boxes to
Caja Robotics offers smart machines for the warehouses of tomorrow
Meuhedet 311
Meuhedet, Foresight pilot to mass-scan people in Ashdod for COVID-19
Start Up Nation Central CEO Professor Eugene Kandel
Start-Up Nation Central to boost Israeli ties to Latin America, Caribbean
Twitter's top 10 emojis of 2020, announced on World Emoji Day.
On World Emoji Day, Twitter announces the most used emojis of 2020
An ABB Yumi robot, with sensors meant to ensure superior safety standards
ABB robotics director: During COVID-19, Israel must invest in robots
The Peres Center for Peace and Innovation.
Peres Center to hold web seminar to show Jewish youths Israel's tech scene
Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom Video Communications
Israeli researchers discover, fix Zoom vulnerability
A man is silhouetted against a video screen with a Twitter and a Facebook logo
Many celebrate as verified Twitter users unable to tweet due to hack
People holding mobile phones are silhouetted against a backdrop projected with the Twitter logo in this illustration picture taken September 27, 2013.
Many Twitter accounts hacked in an attempt to spread cryptocurrency scam
The city of Nanjing, China
Despite COVID-19, Israeli Innovation Day held in Nanjing
BULLYING BY online ‘mean girls’ can have a deep psychological, social and emotional impact.
What is the impact of online shaming and cyberbullying?
By SHERYL PUTERMAN
X LAB’s flagship store recently opened in Petah Tikva’s Ofer Mall
Cofix mogul launches X Lab Diamonds, offering more affordable gems
By ILANA SHTOTLAND
A robot equipped with artificial intelligence is seen at the AI Xperience Center at the VUB (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) in Brussels, Belgium February 19, 2020.
Can artificial intelligence understand human humor?
A drone produced by Atlas Dynamics, during a flight test in freezing conditions
Israeli-made drones to assist in Norwegian rescue missions in the Arctic
Cyber hacking (illustrative)
Israel cyber authority warns companies to patch Microsoft hackable hole
Rubinstein to build  two towers in TA’s Yitzhak Sadeh complex
Rubinstein to build two towers in TA’s Yitzhak Sadeh complex
A businessperson working at his computer (Illustrative)
Israel's Bezeq to double internet speed, eyes fibre network launch
By REUTERS
Looom Interface
Israeli animation app wins the 2020 Apple Design Awards
Yishai Ben-Tov works at Ecology for a Protected Community in Misgav
E-waste social enterprise prepares to weather second coronavirus wave
Electrical power to the people
By JASON BLACKSHAW
The Instagram application is seen on a phone screen August 3, 2017.
Instagram bans 'conversion therapy' content as opposition grows
By REUTERS
Alerto app by TeleFire
Israeli company launches fire, malfunction alert apps
The Prospera Technologies system used in a Mexican greenhouse, seeking to impact the global market, Prospera chose Mexico as it is one of the largest vegetable greenhouse producers in the world
Prospera Technologies, Bayer partner to improve agriculture output
XM Cyber logo
XM Cyber secures $17m. to develop cyber defense for cloud-based resources
ELIE WURTMAN in his office: This is my drive, to build things of significance that connect us internationally to benefit the country and the people.
Elie Wurtman: The man with the golden touch
An Intel logo is seen at the company's offices in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv October 24, 2011.
Israeli Intel plant rolls out new Thunderbolt 4 cable port
Tik Tok logos are seen on smartphones in front of displayed ByteDance logo in this illustration
Pompeo: US mulling ban of TikTok, other Chinese social media apps
A STEM scholar does research
How did locust, a biblical plague, become a modern crisis? - Watch
LinkedIn headquarters in Mountain View, California.
LinkedIn, much like TikTok, could have been used to spy on you
Tik Tok logos are seen on smartphones in front of displayed ByteDance logo in this illustration
TikTok distances from Beijing in response to India app ban
By REUTERS
The Emeo, the world's first digital practice horn for saxophone players. (Credit: EMEO TEAM LTD / ILYA YAKOVLEV)
Israeli start-up develops digital practice saxophone
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