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These Are the 50 Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technologies in Berlin

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These Are the 50 Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technologies in Berlin

Below is the complete list of startups selected to participate in CTech and Calcalist's upcoming conference, scheduled for later this month in Germany’s capital

CTech | 17:20  10.02.2020

On February 26, 2020, top tier business executives, entrepreneurs, and government representatives from Israel and Germany will gather in Berlin to take part in WeTech Berlin 2020, an exclusive innovation conference hosted by CTech and Calcalist. As part of the conference, CTech and Calcalist will host the Meet & Pitch event where Israeli entrepreneurs and growth-stage companies will meet with top European executives and venture capitalists.

 

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A delegation of 50 Israeli startups will showcase technologies and meet with local investors and strategic partners in European and German corporations. Israeli startups from the fields of urban-tech, AI, big data, prop-tech, tech for good, cyber and intelligence tech, are welcome to apply for inclusion in the delegation by emailing omer.vermouth@calcalist.co.il.

Below is the complete list of startups selected to showcase their technologies at the conference.

 

Freightos Limited

Founded: 2012

Founders: Zvi Schreiber,

Investors: GE Ventures, Gold Lion Holdings, Aleph, Annox Capital, OurCrowd, Israel Cleantech Ventures, MSR Capital, Sadara Ventures

Funding to date: $80 million

Field: SaaS

Freightos, incorporated as Tradeos Limited, is a freight shipping marketplace. The company operates an online freight sales platform where freight vendors can upload complex contracts and generate quotes within minutes. Freightos platform offers features such as price comparison, instant booking, and shipment tracking for freight shipments.

 

Intsights

Founded: 2015

Founders: Guy Nizan, Gal Ben David, Alon Arvatz

Investors: Qumra Capital, Glilot Capital, ClearSky, Blackstone, Blumberg Capital, Tola Capital, Wipro

Funding to date: $70 million

IntSights Cyber Intelligence Ltd. develops a database that aggregates threat intelligence and provides organizations with tailored threat analyses. The startup combines data mining algorithms and machine learning technologies to enable companies to defend against potential threats.

IntSights founders Gal Ben-David (left), Guy Nizan, and Alon Arvatz. Photo: PR IntSights founders Gal Ben-David (left), Guy Nizan, and Alon Arvatz. Photo: PR IntSights founders Gal Ben-David (left), Guy Nizan, and Alon Arvatz. Photo: PR

SparkBeyond

Founded: 2013

Founders: Sergey Davidovich, Ron Karidi

Investors: Aleph Venture Capital, Lord David Alliance

Funding to date: $57 million

Field: AI data analysis for businesses

SparkBeyond Ltd. develops an automated AI-based research engine designed to automate and secure business operations. The company’s engine is capable of scanning information and discovering complex cause and effect patterns, enabling financial services companies, insurers, retailers, and consumer goods companies to keep on top of various activities across their value chain.

CCO Amir Haramaty. Photo: Tzvika Tishler CCO Amir Haramaty. Photo: Tzvika Tishler CCO Amir Haramaty. Photo: Tzvika Tishler

 

Arbe

Founded: 2015

Founders: Kobi Marenko, Noam Arkind, Oz Fixman

Investors: Canaan Partners Israel, iAngels, 360 Capital Partners, Catalyst CEL, AI Alliance, BAIC Capital, Mission Blue Capital, Maniv Mobility, O.G. Tech Ventures, Taya Ventures, OurCrowd

Funding to date: $55 million

Field: automotive radar technologies

 

Arbe (incorporated as Arbe Robotics Ltd.) develops a high-resolution imaging radar chipset for the automotive industry.

 

Arbe co-founders. Photo: Arbe Arbe co-founders. Photo: Arbe Arbe co-founders. Photo: Arbe

 

Otorio

Founded: 2018

Founders: Yair Attar, Daniel Bren

Investors: Andritz Group

Funding to date: $50 million

 

Otorio Ltd. develops an end-to-end cyber platform for the manufacturing industry. In practice, it manages a factory’s defense system, including risk assessment and management and strategy implementation.

 

Co-founder Daniel Bren. Photo: Ronnie Pearl Co-founder Daniel Bren. Photo: Ronnie Pearl Co-founder Daniel Bren. Photo: Ronnie Pearl

 

Plentific

Founded: 2012

Founders: Emre Kazan, Cem Savas

Investors: Pi Labs, Target Global, Round Hill Ventures, A/O PropTech, PropTech Capital

Funding to date: $41 million

Field: proptech

 

Plentific Ltd. offers real estate owners and property managers an online marketplace for home repairs and maintenance services.

 

Venn

Founded: 2015

Founders: Or Bokobza, David Sherez, Chen Avni

Investors: Pitango Venture Capital, Bridges Israel, LocalGlobe

Funding to date: $40 million

 

Venn Ltd., also known as Venn City, operates co-living facilities that offer private and shared living and working arrangements. The company aims to create a sense of community within large cities and uses an app to let residents order groceries and sign up for social activities.

 

Venn co-founders. Photo: Venn Venn co-founders. Photo: Venn Venn co-founders. Photo: Venn

 

XM Cyber

Founded: 2016

Founders: Noam Erez, Tamir Pardo, Boaz Gorodissky

Investors: Nasdaq Ventures, Our Innovation Fund, UST Global

Funding to date: $37 million

Field: cybersecurity

 

XM Cyber Ltd. develops a cyber threat simulating platform designed to identify security gaps that could threaten a company’s critical data.

 

Co-founder Tamir Pardo. Photo: Amit Sha Co-founder Tamir Pardo. Photo: Amit Sha'al Co-founder Tamir Pardo. Photo: Amit Sha

 

PointGrab

Founded: 2008

Founders: Haim Perski, Saar Wilf

Investors: BB Investments, Signify (formerly Philips Lighting), EMV

Funding to date: $10 million

Building automation startup Glassbox PointGrab Inc. (PointGrab) develops smart monitoring sensors that provide a count and location of people within a given space, without violating their privacy. The company’s technology enables businesses to obtain and manage information on how workers or customers use their premises.

PointGrab PointGrab's co-founder Saar Wilf. Photo: Orel Cohen PointGrab

Syte

Founded: 2015

Founders: Ofer Fryman, Lihi Pinto Fryman, Idan Pinto, Helge Voss

Investors: Viola, Magma

Funding to date: $30 million

Syte-Visual Conception Ltd. offers shopping suggestions based on image recognition software. Users can upload an image of an outfit and the company’s technology breaks it down to its components, suggesting similar items to those pictured from multiple retailers. Shoppers can also upload photos of their own clothes and receive various styling recommendations from Syte.

Syte Syte's co-founders. Photo: Ariel Geifman Syte
 

Flytrex

Founded: 2013

Founders: Yariv Bash, Amit Regev

Investors: BGV, Btov Partners, Joey Low, Daniel Aegerter, Daniel Gutenberg

Funding to date: $11 million

Drone delivery startup Flytrex Aviation Ltd. provides drone delivery services to various kinds of businesses. The company’s device can be attached to the drone, allowing operators to remotely control it using a mobile app. The company's device enables fast deliveries to individuals and businesses and can access areas that are hard to reach by car.

Flytrex Flytrex's drone. Photo: Flytrex Aviation Flytrex

Qsee

Founded: 2018

Founders: Rami Refaeli, Nadav Herz

Investors: Ham-Let Group

Qsee develops software that combines machine learning and AI technologies to predict product quality in process manufacturing plants and prevent defects in the early stages of the manufacturing process. Qsee aims to reduce the costs of manufacturing operations by 20%

Qsee Qsee's co-founder Nadav Herz. Photo: Qsee Ltd Qsee

 

Anzu

Founded: 2017

Founders: Itamar Benedy, Ben Fenster, Michael Badichi

Investors: WPP, Axel Springer Digital Ventures, Bitkraft Esports Ventures

Funding to date: $8 million

Tel Aviv-based adtech startup Anzu.io Inc. develops technology for running targeted ad campaigns within video games. The technology optimizes common creative advertising elements, such as images, banners, videos, and HTML5 ads, and blends them into games without disrupting user experience and gameplay.

Anzu Anzu's co-founder Michael Badichi. Photo: Anzu.io Anzu

Agrowing

Founded: 2014

Founders: Ira Dvir, Nitzan Rabinowitz

Investors: Agrichem Ltd.

Funding to date: undisclosed

Agrowing Ltd. develops a technology that turns traditional DSLR cameras into multispectral cameras for use in drones in the agriculture industry. The company’s technology synchronizes the points of view of multiple cameras using a single sensor to achieving higher quality, more stabilized photos and images.

GOARC

Founded: 2015

Founders: Dror Barak, Haim Srur, Chani Gur-Arie

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: $7 million

GOARC Ltd. develops and markets a cloud-based workplace safety service for both employees and managers. The company’s technology collects data from various sources such as industrial-internet-of-Things (IIoT) systems and enterprise systems, and reports them back to operators, employees, and managers as scripts and safety guidelines.

GOARC founders Hani Gur-Arie (left), Dror Barak, Haim Srur. Photo: PR GOARC founders Hani Gur-Arie (left), Dror Barak, Haim Srur. Photo: PR GOARC founders Hani Gur-Arie (left), Dror Barak, Haim Srur. Photo: PR

 

TriEye

Founded: 2017

Founders: Avi Bakal, Uriel Levy, Omer Kapach

Investors: Intel Capital, Porsche Ventures, Grove Ventures, Marius Nacht

Funding to date: $22 million

TriEye Ltd. develops shortwave imaging technology that helps vehicles function better under diverse weather and light coditions. TriEye is chaired by Dov Moran, co-founder and CEO of USB flash drive developer M-Systems Inc., acquired by SanDisk for $1.6 Billion in 2006.

TriEye founders Uriel Levy (left) Avi and Omer Kapach. Photo: David Garb TriEye founders Uriel Levy (left) Avi and Omer Kapach. Photo: David Garb TriEye founders Uriel Levy (left) Avi and Omer Kapach. Photo: David Garb

 

Sixdof Space

Founded: 2017

Founders: Mark Goldfarb, Daniel Greenspan, Klony Lieberman

Investors: Israel Innovation Authority

Funding to date: $3.2 million

Sixdof Space, incorporated as Six Degrees Space Ltd., offers an indoor high speed optical tracking system that combines algorithms and optical sensor technologies. Sixdof Space’s system can be installed on existing light fixtures, enabling customers to determine the location and positioning of objects at high speeds without having to make drastic infrastructure changes.

Klony Lieberman (left) Mark Goldfarb and Daniel Greenspan. Photo: Sixdof Space Klony Lieberman (left) Mark Goldfarb and Daniel Greenspan. Photo: Sixdof Space Klony Lieberman (left) Mark Goldfarb and Daniel Greenspan. Photo: Sixdof Space

PERCEPTO

Founded: 2014

Founders: Dor Abuahsira, Sagi Blonder, Raviv Raz, Ariel Avitan

Investors: USVP, NHN, Spider Capital, Emerge

Funding to date: $27.5 million

Percepto, incorporated as Vision Cortex Ltd., develops computer vision and automation software for on-site autonomous drone systems for infrastructures and industrial sites. The company’s drone launches from a charging box and operates autonomously, without the need for human intervention, performing a number of security, safety, and inspection tasks essential for large industrial sites. It also collects aerial video and snapshots, transmitting data to personnel on the ground in real-time.

Percepto Percepto's co-founders. Photo: PR Percepto

 

Home Hero

Founded: 2017

Founders: Aviv Garten, Shai Spiegelblat

Investors: Tanzanita Capital, SkyWell Capital, AltaIR Capital, MMG Capital Ventures

Funding to date: $6 million

Home Hero (incorporated as Streetwisdom Ltd.), develops an online real estate platfrom that utilizes artificial intelligence to match assets for sale with potentially compatible buyers, charging a commission on successful deals. Sellers and brokers working with Home Hero can access and manage listings through the company's app.

Co-founders Shai Spiegelblat (left), Aviv Garten. Photo: Geemaps Co-founders Shai Spiegelblat (left), Aviv Garten. Photo: Geemaps Co-founders Shai Spiegelblat (left), Aviv Garten. Photo: Geemaps

HopOn

Founded: 2013

Founders: Amir Rosenzweig

Investors: Innogy Ventures, Dan Public Transportation, Bank Hapoalim, Standard Bank

Funding to date: $4.5 million

HopOn Inc. develops a cloud-based transport management platform that lets users pay public-transportation fares through a dedicated app

Eplane

Founded: 2016

Founders: Meir Rozolio

Funding to date: undisclosed

EPlane Inc. offers an online marketplace platform for the aerospace industry. Users can search for aircraft parts and repair services, compare prices, and communicate with vetted sellers and buyers.

Eplane CEO Gideon Shmuel. Photo: Eplane Eplane CEO Gideon Shmuel. Photo: Eplane Eplane CEO Gideon Shmuel. Photo: Eplane

 

Seebo

Founded: 2012

Founders: Lior Akavia, Liran Akavia

Investors: Viola Group, TPY Capital

Funding to date: $22 million

Seebo Interactive Ltd. develops process-based AI technologies that allow industrial manufacturers to quickly and cost-effectively turn existing machinery into smart, connected systems that predict and prevent process inefficiencies.

Co-founders Liran Akavia and Lior Akavia. Photo: PR Co-founders Liran Akavia and Lior Akavia. Photo: PR Co-founders Liran Akavia and Lior Akavia. Photo: PR

 

Biobeat

Founded: 2016

Founders: Arik Ben Ishay, Johanan May, Israel Sarussi

Funding to date: $2.5 million

Biobeat Technologies Ltd. develops a sensor-based remote monitoring system that aims to improve the quality of medical care both in-hospital and at the patient’s home. Its products are used to measure blood pressure, oxygenation, heart and respiratory rate, cardiac output, stroke volume, and sweat.

Biobeat Biobeat's device. Photo: Biobeat Technologies Ltd Biobeat

 

Hoopo

Founded: 2016

Founders: Ittay Hayut, Ilan Lozovsky, Daniel Avitzour, Erez Aviv, Menachem Tipris

Investors: Chartered Group, TAU Ventures, GiTV, Zohar Gilon, Ben Marcus

Funding to date: $5 million

Hoopo Systems Ltd. develops an energy-efficient GPS-free geolocation system designed to help companies track and monitor the location and environment of their assets. The system utilizes low-power wide area (LPWA) networks to allow companies and institutions, such as airports and university campuses, to effectively manage logistics and supply chains at a relatively low cost.

Hoopo co-founder ttay Hayut. Photo: PR Hoopo co-founder ttay Hayut. Photo: PR Hoopo co-founder ttay Hayut. Photo: PR

NoTraffic

Founded: 2017

Founders: Tal Kreisler, Uriel Katz, Or Sela

Investors: Lool Ventures, Next Gear Ventures, North First Ventures, Rami Lipman, Leon Recanati

Funding to date: $7 million

NoTraffic Ltd. develops a system for traffic and pedestrian movement management in urban environments. The company’s technology connects to existing traffic lights and optimizes them to respond to traffic needs in real-time.

Co-founders Uriel Katz, Or Sela, Tal Kreisler. Photo: NoTraffic Ltd Co-founders Uriel Katz, Or Sela, Tal Kreisler. Photo: NoTraffic Ltd Co-founders Uriel Katz, Or Sela, Tal Kreisler. Photo: NoTraffic Ltd

 

Wave

Founded: 2015

Founders: Gadi Ruschin, Or Garbash, Yair Sapir

Investors: Marius Nacht, Blockchain Capital, Frank Sika, Maersk, ZIM Line

Funding to date: $6 million

Wave, incorporated as OGY Docs Inc., allows the direct and secure exchange of documents within a digital system. Wave’s system is based on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network to issue original, verifiable documents that can be quickly validated for authenticity and passed between parties in minutes.

CEO Gadi Ruschin. Photo: Wave CEO Gadi Ruschin. Photo: Wave CEO Gadi Ruschin. Photo: Wave

 

BreezoMeter

Founded: 2014

Founders: Ran Korber, Emil Fisher, Ziv Lautman

Investors: Entree Capital, Phi Square Holdings, JumpSpeed Ventures, Launchpad Digital Health, SeedIL, GoldAcre Ventures, Hella Ventures, IdInvest Partners, Axess Ventures, Plug 'n' Play Tech Center

Funding to date: $12.5 million

Field: cleantech

BreezoMeter Ltd. develops a location-based air quality collection and analysis technology. The company utilizes proprietary algorithms to aggregate data from multiple sources, offering it to businesses to increase user engagement and sales.

Co-founders Ran Korber (left) and Emil Fisher. Photo: BreezoMeter Co-founders Ran Korber (left) and Emil Fisher. Photo: BreezoMeter Co-founders Ran Korber (left) and Emil Fisher. Photo: BreezoMeter

 

Radiflow

Founded: 2009

Founders: Ilan Barda

Investors: ST Engineering, Zohar Zisapel

Funding to date: $18 million

Field: cybersecurity

Radiflow Ltd. provides cybersecurity products designed to support critical infrastructure and industrial networks in oil, gas, water, and power utilities.

Founder Ilan Barda. Photo: PR Founder Ilan Barda. Photo: PR Founder Ilan Barda. Photo: PR

3GSolar

Founded: 2017

Founders: Jonathan Goldstein

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: $9.4 million

Field: energy solutions

3GSolar Photovoltaics Ltd. develops solar cells designed to charge electronic devices from indoor light, without having to change or charge batteries.

Barry Breen. Photo: Amit Sha Barry Breen. Photo: Amit Sha'al Barry Breen. Photo: Amit Sha

 

 

CybeReady

Founded: 2015

Founders: Mike Polatsek, Omer Taran

Investors: Baseline Ventures, Freestyle Capital, 500 Startups, Plug and Play Tech Cente

Funding to date: $5 million

Field: cybersecurity

CybeReady Learning Solutions Ltd. offers a cybersecurity training platform to help companies avoid phishing attacks, by offering anti-phishing assessment, monitoring, and training tools to company employees.

Juganu

Founded: 2011

Founders: Eran Ben-Shmuel, Alex Bilchinsky

Investors: Comcast, Viola Growth, Amdocs, Ourcrowd

Funding to date: $25 million

Field: light and wireless connectivity infrastructure

Juganu Ltd. develops an end-to-end service for LED lighting. The company utilizes smart lighting, advanced connectivity, and edge processing technologies to maximize energy efficiency and lighting stability.

 

Anachoic

Founded: 2018

Founders: Eric Tammam, Ehud Fishler

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: $1.3 million

Field: road safety

Anachoic Ltd. develops technologies to improve the spatial awareness and user safety of motorcycle riders, cyclists, and pedestrians through augmented hearing. The company combines sensors, spatial sound synthesis, and artificial intelligence technologies.

Anachoic co-founders. Photo: Anachoic Ltd Anachoic co-founders. Photo: Anachoic Ltd Anachoic co-founders. Photo: Anachoic Ltd

Bllush

Founded: 2016

Founders: Tomer Dean, Peleg Aran

Investors: LETA Capital

Funding to date: $1.7 million

Field: e-commerce

Bllush Visuals Ltd. develops a software that matches fashion and design e-commerce brands with product images sourced from a pool of user-generated photos.

Bllush co-founders Tomer Dean (left) and Peleg Aran. Photo: Omer Stein Bllush co-founders Tomer Dean (left) and Peleg Aran. Photo: Omer Stein Bllush co-founders Tomer Dean (left) and Peleg Aran. Photo: Omer Stein

 

Guardian Optical Technologies

Founded: 2015

Founders: Gil Dotan, Gideon Carmon

Investors: Mirai Creation Fund, Translink Capital, Maniv Mobility

Funding to date: $16.5 million

Field: IoT, mobility

Guardian Optical Technologies Ltd. develops optical sensors that monitor the interiors of cars and work in conjunction with seatbelts, airbags, and other built-in safety systems to protect drivers and passengers.

Co-founder Gil Dotan. Photo: PR Co-founder Gil Dotan. Photo: PR Co-founder Gil Dotan. Photo: PR

 

Quicklizard

Founded: 2010

Founders: Yossi Cohen, Yariv Peer, Pini Mandel, Tal Weber

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: undisclosed

Field: e-commerce

Quicklizard Ltd. develops a real-time pricing optimization software that enables companies to create optimal pricing strategies, based on internal and external data.

 

Zugreifen

Founded: 2016

Founders: Ariel Cohen, Tal Zugreifen

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: undisclosed

Field: big data, clean energy

Zugreifen Ltd. offers energy usage monitoring, management, and electricity-theft protection services designed to optimize both energy providers’ and their customers energy consumption.

Zugreifen Zugreifen's co-founder Ariel Cohen. Photo: Zugreifen Zugreifen

 

SmartGreen

Founded: 2014

Founders: Nati Freiberg

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: $3 million

Field: cleantech

SmartGreen Ltd. develops a system for monitoring, managing, and reducing energy consumption. The company's system is meant for use in factories, commercial and industrial facilities, malls, shopping centers, hospitals, and schools.

 

GK8

Founded: 2018

Founders: Lior Lamesh, Shahar Shamai

Investors: Marius Nacht, Discount Capital, IDEAL-HLS group, iAngels, Eden Block, StratX

Funding to date: $4 million

Field: cybersecurity

GK8 Ltd. provides secure digital assets cybersecurity and management service and develops a technology that enables sending blockchain transactions without the need for an internet connection.

GK8 founders Shahar Shamai (left) and Lior Lamesh. Photo: Osnat Krasnanski GK8 founders Shahar Shamai (left) and Lior Lamesh. Photo: Osnat Krasnanski GK8 founders Shahar Shamai (left) and Lior Lamesh. Photo: Osnat Krasnanski

 

 

EverCompliant

Founded: 2008

Founders: Ron Teicher, Noam Rabinovich, Raz Abramov

Investors: American Express Ventures, Arbor Ventures, Nyca Partners, Star Farm Ventures, Viola Ventures

Funding to date: $13 million

Field: cybersecurity

EverCompliant Ltd. develops software that uses artificial intelligence to automatically detect and prevent transaction laundering through seemingly legitimate storefront websites. The system enables merchant service providers to monitor and verify a third-party’s identity and prevent the processing of fraudulent transactions.

EverCompliant co-founder and CEO Ron Teicher. Photo: PR EverCompliant co-founder and CEO Ron Teicher. Photo: PR EverCompliant co-founder and CEO Ron Teicher. Photo: PR

 

Pick a Pier

Founded: 2017

Founders: Idan Cohen, Asaf Cohen

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: undisclosed

Field: big data

Pick a Pier Ltd. utilizes big data analysis to optimize the mooring process for marinas and yacht owners.

QEDIT

Founded: 2016

Founders: Jonathan Rouach, Aviv Zohar, Ruben Arnold

Investors: Ant Financial, VMware and RGAX

Funding to date: $13 million

Field: data privacy

QED-it Systems Ltd. (QEDIT) helps companies boost the value of their data using zero-knowledge proof cryptography, amongst other secure techniques. The company operates in the finance, supply chain, insurance, and human resources sectors.

QEDIT’s founders Aviv Zohar (left), Jonathan Rouach, and Ruben Arnold. Photo: Ronen Goldman QEDIT’s founders Aviv Zohar (left), Jonathan Rouach, and Ruben Arnold. Photo: Ronen Goldman QEDIT’s founders Aviv Zohar (left), Jonathan Rouach, and Ruben Arnold. Photo: Ronen Goldman

 

Home Made

Founded: 2017

Founders: Asaf Navot

Investors: VentureFriends, Tethys Equity

Funding to date: $4.2 million

Field: proptech

Home-Made UK Properties Ltd. provides a service alternative to real estate agencies. The company connects landlords with tenants, saving 60-90% of the marketing fees.

Founder Asaf Navot. Photo: Home Made Founder Asaf Navot. Photo: Home Made Founder Asaf Navot. Photo: Home Made

Rewire

Founded: 2015

Founders: Guy Kashtan, Saar Yahalom, Or Benoz, Adi Ben Dayan

Investors: Viola Fintech, Moneta Capital, OurCrowd, BNP Paribas, Opera Tech Ventures, Standard Bank of South Africa

Funding to date: $17 million

Field: fintech

Rewire Ltd. provides innovative cross-border international banking platform for migrants in Europe. By partnering with leading banks in migrants' countries of origin, Rewire's technology enables migrants to deposit money into a digital bank account which can be used locally, issue a debit card and transfer funds home.

 

Co-founder Guy Kashtan. Photo: Orel Cohen Co-founder Guy Kashtan. Photo: Orel Cohen Co-founder Guy Kashtan. Photo: Orel Cohen

 

PayKey

Founded: 2014

Founders: Daniel Peled, Offer Markovich

Investors: Finlab, Magma Venture Partners, SBI Holdings, E.ventures, SixThirty Ventures

Funding to date: $16.4 million

Field: fintech

PayKey, incorporated as Decentralized Mobile Applications Ltd., develops a mobile keyboard that integrates with installed mobile banking applications, allowing users to perform financial transactions from social and chat platforms, without needing to open their bank's dedicated app.

 

MyOR

Founded: 2018

Founders: Michael Brandwein, Ariel Katz, Roni Kohn

Investors: Arancia venture, Inder group and Ariel Katz

Funding to date: $4 million

Field: digital health

 

MyOr develops skin-surface noninvasive monitoring technologies to help prevent diseases. The company utilizes machine learning and AI technologies to monitor and analyze various biomarkers, such as microbiome analytics and metabolites.

  

Razor Labs

Founded: 2016

Founders: Raz Roditi, Ido Rozenberg, Michael Zolotov

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: bootstrapped

Field: AI

Razor Labs Ltd. utilizes artificial intelligence capabilities to offer industrial companies industry 4.0 services such as preventive maintenance, processes optimization, accurate forecasting, and visual inspection.

Razor Labs CEO and co-founder Raz Roditi. Photo: Razor Labs Razor Labs CEO and co-founder Raz Roditi. Photo: Razor Labs Razor Labs CEO and co-founder Raz Roditi. Photo: Razor Labs

 

AceTech

Founded: 2018

Founders: Ariel Katz

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: undisclosed

Field: biotech

AceTech develops precision medicine technology and biopharmaceutical products for the skin and the dental market sectors. The company utilizes biomedical sensors, AI, big data algorithms, and microbiome profiling to analyze and create personalized prescriptions and recommendations.

Feelit Technologies

Founded: 2016

Founders: Gady Konvalina, Meital Segev Bar

Investors: Technion Seed, Takwin Labs, M Ventures

Funding to date: $1.4 million

Field: nanotechnology

Feelit Technologies Ltd. develops nanomaterial-based sensors that can be attached to various devices and materials to monitor structural integrity, deformation, warping, and external pressure buildup

Fornoava

Founded: 2010

Founders: Dmitry Babitsky, Michael Rubanovich

Investors: JAL Ventures, DTCP, Forestay Capital, A/O PropTech

Funding to date: $25 million

Field: productivity software

Fornova Ltd. develops business intelligence, optimization, analytics, and management tools for the hospitality industry

Fornova co-founders. Photo: Noa Zeni Fornova co-founders. Photo: Noa Zeni Fornova co-founders. Photo: Noa Zeni

Caja Robotics

Founded: 2014

Founders: Dmitry Babitsky, Michael Rubanovich

Investors: undisclosed

Funding to date: undisclosed

Field: robotics, e-commerce

Caja Elastic Dynamic Solutions Ltd. develops retailing software designed to improve the efficiency of e-commerce ventures, utilizing robots to automate warehouse stocking.

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