14 Israeli startups that will leave a mark on Israel's 69th birthday

14 Israeli startups that will leave a mark on Israel's 69th birthday

Posted on May. 02, 2017, at 10:25 am

Health, environment of even sport and finance, Israeli technologies are of our daily lives in all fields. After the international success of Waze or recently the autonomous car MobileEye, what are the upcoming Israeli startups that are about to revolutionize the world for the 69th birthday of the Hebrew state? 


Medasense is soon to receive the CE Mark to begin sales in Europe Union countries of its novel NOL (Nociception Level), a continuous, non-invasive pain-monitoring device. NOL is the first clinically accepted tool to objectively monitor changes in pain level, even when patients cannot describe their pain because they are sedated, demented or too young to talk.



An innovative, eco-friendly pooper-scooper from Tel Aviv-based Paulee CleanTec will be commercialized in 2017 through a licensing deal with OurPets in the United States. The portable system converts droppings into pathogen-free, odor-free fertilizer granules in less than a minute.

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Paulee Clean developed a robot that turns droppings into fertilizer. Photo: screenshot



Carmakers increasingly look to Israeli expertise to hack-proof their connected and autonomous vehicles. One of the newer players in this field is Karamba Security of Hod Hasharon, whose Carwall ECU security platform meets the goals set out in the US Department of Transportation’s guidelines for the safe deployment of autonomous cars.


StoreDot’s FlashBattery, which fully charges smartphones in 30 seconds, is heading into mass production in 2017. Using the same environmentally friendly nanomaterials instead of lithium, the Herzliya Pituach-based company is also developing a five-minute electric car charge and a metal-free color display technology for TV, computer-monitor and mobile-device LCD screens.

StoreDot is about to launch its revolutionary charger this year. Photo: courtesy



Rumors that California’s Snap (parent company of Snapchat) is acquiring Cimagine are creating a new buzz around the Israeli augmented commerce platform. Cimagine, based in Kfar Yehoshua with offices in the UK, US and Australia, allows consumers to see (on any smart device) how products might look and fit in their home. B2B sales forces use it to show how products would look on premises, and retailers use it create virtual showrooms.


Cimagine allows you to see furnitures in 3D in your own place. Photo: courtesy

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