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Cognata Signs Distribution Agreements in China, Japan, South Korea

Cognata Signs Distribution Agreements in China, Japan, South Korea

Israel-based Cognata develops a system capable of simulating various situations a self-driving car may encounter within a specific city

Adi Pick  | 15:57  20.11.2019
Israel-based autotech company Cognata Ltd. has signed distribution agreements for its systems in China, Japan, and South Korea, the company announced Wednesday. The company signed agreements with HiRain Technologies, an electronics supplier for the Chinese automotive market, and with Tokyo-listed electronics company Innotech Corp. and its Korean subsidiary K-Innotech. The financial details of the agreements were not disclosed.

Founded in 2016 and based in central Israeli city Rehovot, Cognata develops a system capable of simulating various situations a self-driving car may encounter within a specific city. The system is meant to reduce the time and resources required for testing the vehicles in real-life situations.

Cognata CEO Dan Atsmon. Photo: PR Cognata CEO Dan Atsmon. Photo: PR Cognata CEO Dan Atsmon. Photo: PR

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