There aren’t a lot of automakers producing hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Only three, in the US market at least. And one of them has turned to Israeli tech to help it get an edge over the other two.
Modern automobiles have dozens of sensors on board. And that number is only growing as cars get more and more complex. But one company in Israel isn’t adding sensors – it’s using them in a whole new way. And Porsche, for one, has taken note.
Navigation apps like Waze and Google Maps have made us smarter, better-informed, more efficient drivers. But they’ll only take you so far: when it comes to parking, you’re on your own. That’s where ParKam comes in, and you can read more about it at Car and Driver, as reported by […]
If we want our cars to handle the driving for us, they’re going to have to not only follow programming, but “think” for themselves. Toyota and BMW know that at least as well as any other automakers in the business. Which is why they’ve invested in Cartica AI.
A shape-shifting automobile may seem like science fiction, but that’s exactly what Israeli startup City Transformer is dedicated to bringing to market – and it’s coming to a motorcycle-sized parking spot near you. Read more at Car and Driver, as reported by IsraelAutoTech editor Noah Joseph.
Israel is packed with mobility-tech startups. But none of them would ever get off the ground if they didn’t have the funding they needed. Fortunately the country is also full of venture-capital firms, eager to invest in the next big thing in the realm of transportation. And high on the […]
IsraelAutoTech editor Noah Joseph regularly contributes to a variety of publications, including this latest article for Car and Driver on IVObility – a Be’er Sheva-based startup developing a robot designed to operate just about any vehicle autonomously, even if that vehicle doesn’t have autonomous capabilities built-in. Read more at CarandDriver.com.
Ford wasn’t the only major global automaker to open a new facility in Israel this month during EcoMotion week. So too did the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, one of the largest (and least conventional) of auto-industry groups.
If it seems like every major global automaker is clamoring to set up an R&D center in Israel, you’re right. General Motors, Honda, Daimler, BMW, and several Volkswagen subsidiaries (to name just a few) have all set up offices in the Silicon Wadi. And this week Ford became the latest.
IsraelAutoTech editor Noah Joseph recently spoke with Turin’s deputy mayor at the OurCrowd Summit in Jerusalem about a new initiative aimed at attracting autonomous-vehicle developers to the Italian city. Read more at CarandDriver.com.