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- Startup of the week: Air EV, commercial plane takes off
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- What will 2023 bring to Israeli tech?
- PA Health Network Offers Theranica Device for Migraine Treatment
- McDonald’s Launches Double McPlant with Beyond Meat Patties
- Daimler’s Torc Robotics signs multi-year deal with Foretellix
- Ÿnsect embarks on $200 million expansion in North America
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Startup of the week
Air EV: Commercial Airplane Takes Off
Commuters may soon be flying, thanks to Israeli startup Air EVThe company’s AIR ONE two-seater electric vertical take-off aircraft is built exclusively for the civilian market and virgin drone flight Over southern Israel. With an altitude of 1,200 feet and 100 miles on a single charge, it’s designed to be extremely easy to fly. The company has secured a number of paid pre-orders and plans to start delivering them by the end of 2024. Details about Air EV’s current funding round are available under an NDA.
Valeo strengthens its cybersecurity offerings with C2A Security
French automotive supply giant Joining Valeo OUR PORTFOLIO COMPANIES C2A security Strengthen your cybersecurity products. As cars become more software-centric and new automotive cyber regulations emerge, security is a top priority. C2A Security’s flagship product, EVSec, is a cybersecurity DevOps platform that helps automotive companies manage software at scale. “C2A is the future of cybersecurity, with technology that automates security to better monitor, prevent risks, identify and mitigate vulnerabilities,” said the company, which has more than 180 production sites in more than 30 countries. I’m here. More information about C2A Security’s current funding round is available under an NDA.
Meet WHO Foundation CEO Anil Soni at OurCrowd Summit
In September, I joined WHO Foundation CEO Anil Soni at the Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York to announce the creation of a $200 million fund. Global Health Equity Fundcausing a tsunami of coverage from wall street journal, forbes, Reuters, CNBC TV Africa, TechCrunch, Age of Israel etc.Meet Anil Soni and other VIP international guests to speak at OurCrowd Global Investor Summit Held in Jerusalem on February 15th, learn what it takes to drive global healthcare transformation. OurCrowd investors can register for free. Click the button below to use promo code OCSUMMIT15 and save 15% until January 31st.
What will 2023 bring to Israeli tech?
Age of Israel I asked myself and other leaders in the Israeli tech community to anticipate what 2023 has in store for investors and entrepreneurs. After 2021’s stratospheric results and 2022’s challenges, I predict this will be the year investors focus on portfolio fundamentals.
PA Health Network Offers Theranica Device for Migraine Treatment
Neurologist, Headache Center, Allegheny Health Network, Pennsylvania It offers migraine sufferer CelanicaA new remedy for relief. The FDA-approved Nerivio device is worn on the upper arm and triggers remote electrical neuromodulation that allows the body to stop or relieve migraines without the use of drugs. “Nerivio is an excellent treatment option for our migraine patients, especially those who do not respond to medication or who cannot tolerate side effects.” Director of the Allegheny Health Network’s Headache Center. Theranica’s current funding round is open to OurCrowd investors.
McDonald’s Launches Double McPlant with Beyond Meat Patties
McDonald’s launched Double McPlant in the UK and Ireland with two sets of alternative meat patties from its investee companies. Beyond Meat, Fox Business ReportThe rollout comes about a year after the fast-food chain made the McPlant Burger, which features a single patty, widely available in both countries. Hamburgers for about $5.80 also come with a vegan sesame seed bun and optional vegan cheese, among other toppings.
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Daimler’s Torc Robotics signs multi-year deal with Foretellix
Torc Robotics, a subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG, signs multi-year agreements with portfolio companies Forateryx As a Virginia-based trucking company seeks to deploy vehicles that can drive fully autonomously without the assistance or intervention of a human driver, Calcarist ReportForetellix’s safety-driven verification and validation (V&V) platform for autonomous driving systems will help Torc test the millions of driving scenarios needed to get its trucks on the road. “Working with Foretellix is aligned with Torc’s safety mission. We carry out extensive testing and validation in the EU.
Ÿnsect embarks on $200 million expansion in North America
investee company Ÿnsect Signed two contracts to build production bases for insect ingredients in North America, Reuters reportŸnsect aims to feed the world’s fastest growing population by sustainably breeding mealworms that provide high performance natural proteins for aquaculture, livestock, pet food, fertilizers and human nutrition. . The company has struck a deal with U.S. flour miller Ardent Mills to build a factory in the Midwest by the end of 2023. Mexico City. The two new sites will cost him at least $100 million each and will eventually reach production of about 200,000 tons of insect-based ingredients per year.
BeetleSat launches satellite on SpaceX rocket
Microsatellites of Portfolio Companies beetle satformerly known as NSLComm, successfully launched from Cape Canaveral aboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. sat news coverageThe Low Earth Orbit (LEO) unit provides BeetleSat’s public sector customers with very high throughput satellite communications services. It is focused on becoming one of the world’s leading satellite service operators with LEO constellations that enable secure, low-latency, high-throughput, cost-effective point-to-point communications from anywhere on Earth. This is the company’s second launch. .
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