It’s no surprise that some of the most interesting companies exhibiting at CES are Israeli companies. This year’s exhibition will find Israelis creating innovations and breakthroughs in areas such as self-driving cars, living room crops, electric vehicle charging, and even home urine tests that don’t require human contact. I was. Here are some of the notable Israeli companies that were announced at the Israel Export Council booth this year.
Founder: Guy Goldman and Corey Katz
prominent investor: e-Health Ventures, Maccabi Health Services
Olive Diagnostics develops products for home urinalysis with no contact or tampering with urine. “The person urinates on the toilet, like they’ve been urinating since they were two years old,” said founder and CEO Guy Goldman. It does a color analysis, which allows us to detect the disease before symptoms appear.You may have a kidney stone, but you may not even notice it until you have pain.We have been for weeks. We’ve realized these things before, too. We do our tests with the help of optics. Different frequencies of light interact with molecules. We’ll see if there’s a drop in the amount of energy, we know we’ve hit that numerator.” increase. “Currently we have one analytical package, but in the future we will offer packages for diabetics and people undergoing chemotherapy.”
Founder: Nir Zohar, Ilan Ben David, David Pincu
Zooz Marketing Director Daniel Raanani said: “We have developed an energy storage technology based on a flywheel. Our system connects to the existing grid and charges slowly, but once the vehicle reaches the charging station, it boosts the energy and charges for 15 minutes or Recharging in a very short 15 minutes: “This is where the automotive industry is headed. This is the experience drivers expect, and technology like ours enables it.”
Founder: Avner Gal and Erin Berry
As far as sensory experiences are concerned, mankind has mastered vision with video equipment and hearing with audio equipment in an excellent manner. iRomaScents wants to do the same with their fragrances. “We developed a product that knows how to spread fragrance,” says founder and CEO Avner Gal. “It contains 43 different scents, which are interchangeable and refillable. It has a wide variety of uses, such as scent movies and computer games. It also adds an element of fragrance to educational institutions and museums.And one of the more important applications is retail.For example, buying an aftershave today is a long process.Consumer needs and preferences. Depending on their needs, we can provide consumers with the most suitable product scent, along with three different choices, making them much more likely to purchase.Prevent theft of fragrance bottles.This is the next generation It is a sale of products with the scent of
Founder: Aaron Wallach, Niv Stlarsky
position: Bar Lev Business Park, Galilee
If you’ve always dreamed of growing fresh vegetables for your family too, but don’t have the garden or the skills needed to do so, AgwaFarm offers a solution. “We have developed a home machine that grows vegetables based on artificial intelligence, which can provide all the home vegetable consumption for your family.”Fresh and delicious, without chemicals. We serve vegetables.The machine scans the plants with sensors and cameras and uploads all the data to the cloud, where agricultural software analyzes the information and gives instructions to perform actions such as fertilization. Send it back to the device.Lighting, watering – everything a plant needs to thrive.Our target audience is the head of a family who wants to take care of a healthy diet for their family.Most city people, usually 40 But I also know that the younger ones want a better quality of life and a healthier lifestyle.” The machine costs NIS 3,600 plus a virtual agronomist to grow plants. is a monthly payment of NIS 120 which includes all the customer’s needs for capsules, fertilizer and machine maintenance.
Founder: Dr. Moshe Lebowitz
Investor: Innovation Authority and Angel Investors
Healables makes devices that help you recover from strenuous sports activities. Marco Landau, Vice President of Business Development at Healables, said: “At CES, we unveiled a wellness and sports device with a sleeve design that can be worn on the arm or leg at home or with the help of a physical therapist or personal trainer. But innovations developed by our founders can significantly shrink large devices into small, easy-to-use wearable devices.”
prominent investor: Zohar Zisapel, Yehuda Zisapel, Altshuler Shaham
According to Avinoam Barak, founder and CEO of Carteav, there is no chance of truly self-driving cars in the next few years. “There are endless scenarios to deal with, because what happens on the normal street is chaotic. There is no end. You have to start small and grow from there.You can’t start in the mainstream.” he says. The company’s solution is a low-speed, self-driving vehicle that travels only in limited areas, such as university campuses, airports, and small community settlements, on a private reservation model (unlike other self-driving shuttles that travel fixed routes). in contrast). ). “We have removed the market-stopping problem. If you drive slowly, the sensor problem is much simpler and the cost of error is much lower. We control who can get in. Controlled areas and slow speeds will minimize problems.” Barak said this limited scenario could allow Carteav vehicles to move within 12 months. can be commercially released.