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How will engineering look in the future and what is going on under Jerusalem's hills?

How will engineering look in the future and what is going on under Jerusalem's hills?

CTech Daily Roundup: Lawsuit claims Harman dodged millions of dollars in payments after 2016 TowerSec acquisition

CTech | 23:17  05.08.2020
Lawsuit claims Harman dodged millions of dollars in payments after 2016 TowerSec acquisition. Sellers’ representative says Harman misled customers by marketing an architectural solution that they knew lacked substance. Read more

SAP.iO Accelerator Program, E.ON, and IEC partner to find startups in the utilities space. The combined reach and know-how of both companies will bring huge benefit to startups who are ready to scale with international companies, says head of E.ON Israel. Read more

The underground server farm in Jerusalem. Photo: Ynet The underground server farm in Jerusalem. Photo: Ynet The underground server farm in Jerusalem. Photo: Ynet

Interview | The tables have turned, investors are back on top, says Israeli tech angel. With early-stage startups reeling due to the Covid-19 crisis, Liron Rose says investors can afford to be more selective in their search for the next big thing. Read more

 

Interview | “The engineer you think you know is obsolete, it's time for a new prototype.” Afeka College of Engineering president Prof. Ami Moyal is on a mission to reshape the engineers of the 21st century. Read more 

Survey: Digital banking and payments on the rise as Israelis flock online during pandemic. Around 80% of the 808 people surveyed said that they use digital banking services, with an additional 8% only beginning to do so since the arrival of Covid-19. Read more  

Zencity raises $13.5 million to expand city management platform beyond U.S. and Israel. Covid-19 outbreak and U.S. social justice protests see the use of the company’s services by local authorities spike. Read more

There’s data in them hills: Bynet is building one of Israel’s largest server farms under Jerusalem. Major companies and organizations are investing millions in new data centers. Ynet visited the underground fortress that is set to launch activities in several weeks. Read more  

Voice recognition company Voiceitt raises $10 million in series A. The app, which can be downloaded on any smart device, helps millions of people with severe speech impediments. Read more

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