Driverless Systems & Flying Cars: Israel’s Mobility Sector Talks Trends At Annual EcoMotion Conference
Bill Ford kicked off the annual event which drew over 4,000 participants from across the automotive and mobility worlds.
June 11, 2019
AutoTalks Will Put Car To Car Communication On The Road By 2015
Human error is still the primary cause of traffic accidents. Israeli company AutoTalks is therefore enabling cars to "talk" to each other and warn drivers of potential accidents. The company envisions that by 2015 the first cars manufactured with these talking chipsets will be on the market.
June 13, 2013
First 3D Printed Car To Hit The Roads In Two Years
More than a century ago, the automotive industry was the first to make use of the assembly line, kick-starting the industrial revolution. Now, Israeli company Stratasys is trying to launch another revolution, by using 3D printing to manufacture cars.
March 08, 2013
Israeli Company Mobileye Developing Driverless Cars
The driverless car is becoming a reality, with power players such as General Motors and Google working on the technology. Israel also has a candidate in the game – Jerusalem-based Mobileye - which is developing a car that can drive itself for a for short periods of time.
October 20, 2012