Even in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, some of Israel’s smart-mobility startups are still raising funds. The latest is Otonomo, which has closed an impressive $46-million investment to further expand its connected-car platform.
Whether you’re aware of it or not, your car is generating data. The question is what the vehicle is able to do with all of that information. And one more automaker has partnered with a leading Israeli firm to get the most out of it.
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.