CES Las Vegas. 22 firmes leaders israéliennes au Pavillon de l’Etat Hébreu.

By |2019-01-09T11:27:04+00:00janvier 9th, 2019|Categories: ECONOMIE|
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Un espace spécial « Made in Israel » organisé par l’Export Institute d’Israël a ouvert cette semaine au salon du CES. 22 firmes sont rassemblées pour présenter le meilleur d’Israël. Le JPost a consacré un article (ci-dessous) très intéressant qui présente la forte présence israélienne au Salon de Las Vegas. L’article cite le cas de OurCrowd bien active au CES. OurCrowd est une plate-forme de financement participatif en actions conçue pour les investisseurs qualifiés afin de fournir un financement en capital-risque aux jeunes entreprises en démarrage.

A SAVOIR. Jonathan «Jon» Medved est un entrepreneur en série, un investisseur en capital-risque et un investisseur providentiel sur la scène de la haute technologie en Israël. Il est le fondateur et PDG de OurCrowd, une plateforme de financement participatif en capital de premier plan.

LES SUISSES AU CES. 32 entreprises, dont 18 romandes, en majorité des start-ups sur un espace de 200 m2: le pavillon suisse au Consumer Electronic Show, qui est ouvert cette semaine dans la capitale mondiale du divertissement, voit grand. Il n’en faudra pas moins pour se faire remarquer au milieu de 4400 exposants, qui attendent plus de 180’000 visiteurs sur quatre jours.

JPost (Copyrights). A record-breaking delegation of Israeli innovators are joining more than 180,000 hi-tech professionals and 4,400 companies in Las Vegas on Tuesday as the four-day Consumer Electronics Show – the world’s largest technology gathering – gets under way.

The annual CES conference is the unrivaled destination for start-ups wishing to exhibit their innovations on a global scale. Last year’s conference featured some 20,000 new products produced by companies from 150 countries.

This year, an unprecedented 22 Israeli companies from fields including cyber, mobility, consumer products and retail will represent the “Start-Up Nation” at the Israel Pavilion, sponsored by the Israel Export Institute and the Foreign Trade Administration of the Ministry of Economy and Industry.

The companies are expected to take part in some 700 business meetings on the sidelines of the conference with senior decision-makers from the world’s leading technology companies.

Brodmann17, a Tel Aviv-based developer of practical neural-network based software for deep-learning vision applications, is one of the companies gearing up to demonstrate its technology at the Israel Pavilion.

“The market for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) is rapidly growing, promising to make roads safer as our cars become smarter and smarter, and we at Brodmann17 have developed a superior ADAS offering based on an original, patent-pending deep learning algorithm,” CEO and cofounder Adi Pinhas told The Jerusalem Post.

“We are coming to CES to spread the word about our innovative technology and raise awareness of the Brodmann17 solution as the industry’s leading alternative to Mobileye.”

Israeli global investment and crowdfunding equity platform OurCrowd will also be highlighting 14 members of its investment portfolio – a mix of Israeli and foreign start-ups – at its own conference booth, including C2A Security, Edgybees and VayaVision. Other OurCrowd portfolio companies will be showcasing their technology independently or at the Israel Pavilion.

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