Israel doesn’t have the manufacturing history and infrastructure that some countries do, and it’s not a market big enough to justify much of a local presence from major automakers. Yet a substantial and growing number of the world’s foremost car manufacturers have been flocking to the Mediterranean enclave.
Jerusalem-based startup Viziblezone wants to turn your smartphone into a pedestrian-detection beacon. Is it a groundbreaking innovation, a potential privacy nightmare, or a little bit of both? Read IsraelAutoTech editor Noah Joseph’s article for The Drive to find out.
One of the most accomplished car designers in the business, Frank Stephenson has now teamed up with an Israeli defense contractor to reinvent the child car seat. IsraelAutoTech editor Noah Joseph reported on the development for Car and Driver – click here for the full story.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.