By Avner Meyrav
Meet Sensibo: The Attachment That Will Revolutionize Your Aircon
Just in time for summer, Israeli company Sensibo is introducing its smartphone-enabled gadget, which makes any air conditioner smart. While remote-controlled ACs have been around for a while, Sensibo offers a lot more: from self-regulation to cleaning reminders.
May 20, 2014
Report: Mobileye Planning Largest IPO In Israel’s History, At $3.5-5B Valuation
The hottest name on the Israeli IPO rumor mill is Mobileye. The driving safety technology company has reportedly filed for an IPO at company value of $5 billion. If the report is true, we might witness the biggest-ever IPO in Israel's history.
May 19, 2014
Look Again: This Israeli Kickstarter Campaign Has Less Depth Than You Think
Israeli designer Nir Chehanowski has a knack for making flat objects looking like they are three-dimensional. He already had one successful Kickstarter campaign, but with his current Bulbing project – he exceeded expectations and tripled his goal with plenty of time to spare.
May 05, 2014
SCiO: This Unbelievable Device Will Change The Way We Interact With The World
An affordable handheld sensor, which is the size of a flash drive, and can analyze the composition of any matter, like fruit, or medicine, sounds like it couldn't be true. It is. It's real, it's Israeli and with a successful Kickstarter campaign, it may be about to change the world.
April 30, 2014
This Tiny Robot Is Actually A Printer You Carry In Your Pocket
While many business meetings take place outside the office, and most of the office can be carried in your pocket, one thing that hasn't changed in the last decade is the printer. However, an ambitious Israeli Kickstarter campaign, with a $400,000 goal, has set out to change all that with a tiny portable robotic printer.
April 10, 2014
This Robot With ‘Soul’ Gets Frightened When You’re Angry
Once, talking to machines was considered madness or science fiction. Then, speech recognition came along and made it commonplace. Now, Israeli robot Kip 1 is another step forward – it can understand the tone of the speaker's voice – and react accordingly.
April 08, 2014
Qoros Unveils What Might Just Be The World’s Coolest Electric Bicycle
Chinese-Israeli automotive company Qoros has unveiled its eBIQE electric bicycle at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show – and it's a beauty. The bike is fast, eco-friendly and might just be the most advanced electric bicycle in the world.
March 12, 2014
Israeli Selfie App CamMe Wins Most Innovative App Award At Mobile World Congress
Israeli apps continue to be leaders in the global mobile community. CamMe, an Israeli app that allows users to take selfies from a distance, has won Most Innovative App award at the Mobile World Congress.
February 26, 2014
Israeli Company Reinvents The Wheel – Literally
Wheeling down a flight of stairs may no longer be a challenge for those confined to a wheelchair. Israeli company SoftWheel has developed a next-generation wheel that has its own inner-suspension system for shock absorption.
February 23, 2014
CEO Of World’s Largest Accelerator, MassChallenge, Talks To NoCamels About The Startup Nation And Launching In Israel
MassChallenge, the world's largest accelerator working out of Boston, has officially launched in Israel. Attending the launch was CEO John Harthorne, who told NoCamels why Israel has the perfect startup ecosystem for MassChallenge's first outside branch.
February 17, 2014
Top Israeli Scientist Says Alien Life May Have Existed 13 Billion Years Ago
While there's no evidence of alien life, scientists are constantly looking for a real E.T. Now, an Israeli professor has found evidence that there may be other places – and timeframes – to look in. He suggests that alien life may have evolved as early as 15 million years after the big bang.
February 05, 2014
These Awesome Shoes Were Printed Using The World’s First Color 3D-Printer
Israeli-American 3D printing giant Stratasys is pushing the bar ever further, now with the world's first color 3D printer. It can print everything from sunglasses to shoes in any color.
February 03, 2014
10 New York-Based Israeli Startups To Watch
Israel may be known as the Startup Nation, but many Israeli startups still prefer to operate in the Big Apple than in the Land of Milk and Honey. With over 200 Israeli startups in New York City alone, NoCamels selected 10 promising Israeli startups trying their luck with the American Dream.
January 21, 2014
Breakthrough Israeli Device Will Circumcise 700,000 Rwandans To Prevent HIV/AIDS
The UN has declared that circumcision is an efficient way to battle the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa. It now called on Israel to use PrePex, a revolutionary Israeli medical device, to circumcise 700,000 Rwandan men.
December 11, 2013
Israel’s Evogene Tells NoCamels What It’s Like To Become A Major Public Company
Israeli companies are holding IPOs left and right. While the figures are usually all that hit the headlines, Israeli plant genomics company Evogene, which recently raised $84 million on the New York Stock Exchange, told NoCamels what it's really like to go public.
December 10, 2013