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CTech's Wednesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Cardiac 3D visualization startup CathWorks raises $30 million; Facebook introduces election protection features to Israel’s Central Elections Committee

CTech 14:2606.02.19
Cardiac 3D visualization startup CathWorks raises $30 million. The Israel-based company develops a non-invasive device that enables physicians and clinicians to visualize oxygen delivery to the heart in real-time using X-rays. Read more

 

Facebook introduces election protection features to Israel’s Central Elections Committee. In a meeting held Sunday, the committee’s chairman asked Facebook’s global politics and government outreach director Katie Harbath to launch Facebook’s transparency features as early as possible. Read more
Hanan Melcer, chairman of Israel’s Central Elections Committee. Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg Hanan Melcer, chairman of Israel’s Central Elections Committee. Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg
Video | This AR helmet will tell you how fast your heart is racing down the ski slope. Trial runs for RideOn’s ski helmet are underway at the Schladming-Dachstein ski resort in the Austrian state of Styria and at St. Anton in the Austrian Alps. Read more

 

Smartphone urine testing kit developer Healthy.io raises $18 million. The Tel Aviv-based company also announced a test-and-treat service in the U.K. for urinary tract infections in collaboration with pharmacy chain Boots. Read more

 

Check Point founder reduced stake to 17.6% in 2018, netting $360 million. Gil Shwed owned 27.81 million Check Point shares by the end of 2018, while at the end of the previous year, 18.9% of the company, or 31.183 million shares, were in his possession. Read more

 

Amdocs reports $1.01 billion in revenue for first quarter of fiscal 2019. The results were slightly above the midpoint of the company’s $990 million to $1.03 billion guidance range for the quarter. Read more

 

Thoma Bravo portfolio company Kofax to buy Israeli processing solutions company Top Image. Top Image was up 60.82% on Nasdaq on Monday market close. Read more

 

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, EarlySense to supply monitoring systems to hospitals in Kenya. EarlySense’s sensors will be used to continuously track key vital signs of newborns in hospitals in Nairobi. Read more

 

Altair co-founder joins deep learning startup Brodmann17 as chief business officer. Brodmann17 develops machine learning software for computer vision applications. Read more

 

Online gambling company Playtech appoints new chief commercial officer. Playtech is the world's largest provider of online gambling technology, employing over 5,000 people globally. Read more 

 

Customer behavior analytics company Clicktale appoints new CEO. Shlomi Hagai joined the company in August 2018 as chief financial officer. Read more

 

Airobotics adds aerial LiDAR capabilities to its automated drone. Airobotics' drones can now send raw LiDAR data, allowing operators to make real-time decisions. Read more

 

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