Israeli driver-awareness monitoring startup ADAM CogTech raises $2 million
Mobilion Ventures-backed technology can test whether a driver is drunk, fatigued or on drugs
Udi Etsion | 09:17 15.06.2020
Israeli startup ADAM CogTech that develops technology that can identify a driver’s cognitive state has raised $2 million from Mobilion Ventures, backed by the Mitsubishi Corporation and Delphi Technologies, a person with knowledge of the move told Calcalist on condition of anonymity. The company says its solution can determine whether a vehicle operator is tired, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. So far the company has been self-funded by its founders. The technology, which examines the driver’s reaction to light stimulation, is based on advanced research in the fields of brain science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.