These Are the Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technology in Berlin (Part 2)
The second group of startups selected to participate in CTech and Calcalist's upcoming Conference in Berlin revealed: Home Hero, HopOn, ePlane, Seebo, Biobeat, Hoopo, NoTraffic, Wave, Intsights, Venn
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As part of the conference, CTech and Calcalist will host a Meet & Pitch event at which Israeli entrepreneurs and growth-stage companies will meet with top European executives and venture capitalists.
A delegation of selected Israeli startups that will showcase their technologies and meet with local investors and strategic partners in European and German-based corporations.The exclusive invite-only B2B event will be held as part of the conference and will bring together entrepreneurs and investors for personal meetings in a speed dating format.
Israeli startups from the fields of urban-tech, AI and big data, prop-tech, tech for good, cyber and intelligence tech, are welcome to apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are an additional 10 startups selected to showcase their technology in Berlin.
Founders: Aviv Garten, Shai Spiegelblat
Investors: Tanzanita Capital, SkyWell Capital, AltaIR Capital, MMG Capital Ventures
Funding to date: $6 million
Home Hero (incorporated as Streetwisdom Ltd.), develops an online real estate platfrom that utilizes artificial intelligence to match assets for sale with potentially compatible buyers, charging a commission on successful deals. Sellers and brokers working with Home Hero can access and manage listings through the company's app.
Founders: Amir Rosenzweig
Investors: Innogy Ventures, Dan Public Transportation, Bank Hapoalim, Standard Bank
Funding to date: $4.5 million
HopOn Inc. develops a cloud-based transport management platform that lets users pay public-transportation fares through a dedicated app
Founders: Meir Rozolio
Funding to date: undisclosed
EPlane Inc. offers an online marketplace platform for the aerospace industry. Users can search for aircraft parts and repair services, compare prices, and communicate with vetted sellers and buyers.
Founders: Lior Akavia, Liran Akavia
Investors: Viola Group, TPY Capital
Funding to date: $22 million
Seebo Interactive Ltd. develops process-based AI technologies that allow industrial manufacturers to quickly and cost-effectively turn existing machinery into smart, connected systems that predict and prevent process inefficiencies.
Founders: Arik Ben Ishay, Johanan May, Israel Sarussi
Funding to date: $2.5 million
Biobeat Technologies Ltd. develops a sensor-based remote monitoring system that aims to improve the quality of medical care both in-hospital and at the patient’s home. Its products are used to measure blood pressure, oxygenation, heart and respiratory rate, cardiac output, stroke volume, and sweat.
Founders: Ittay Hayut, Ilan Lozovsky, Daniel Avitzour, Erez Aviv, Menachem Tipris
Investors: Chartered Group, TAU Ventures, GiTV, Zohar Gilon, Ben Marcus
Funding to date: $5 million
Hoopo Systems Ltd. develops an energy-efficient GPS-free geolocation system designed to help companies track and monitor the location and environment of their assets. The system utilizes low-power wide area (LPWA) networks to allow companies and institutions, such as airports and university campuses, to effectively manage logistics and supply chains at a relatively low cost.
Founders: Tal Kreisler, Uriel Katz, Or Sela
Investors: Lool Ventures, Next Gear Ventures, North First Ventures, Rami Lipman, Leon Recanati
Funding to date: $7 million
NoTraffic Ltd. develops a system for traffic and pedestrian movement management in urban environments. The company’s technology connects to existing traffic lights and optimizes them to respond to traffic needs in real-time.
Founders: Gadi Ruschin, Or Garbash, Yair Sapir
Investors: Marius Nacht, Blockchain Capital, Frank Sika, Maersk, ZIM Line
Funding to date: $6 million
Wave, incorporated as OGY Docs Inc., allows the direct and secure exchange of documents within a digital system. Wave’s system is based on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network to issue original, verifiable documents that can be quickly validated for authenticity and passed between parties in minutes.
Founders: Guy Nizan, Gal Ben David, Alon Arvatz
Investors: Qumra Capital, Glilot Capital, ClearSky, Blackstone, Blumberg Capital, Tola Capital, Wipro
Funding to date: $70 million
IntSights Cyber Intelligence Ltd. develops a database that aggregates threat intelligence and provides organizations with tailored threat analyses. The startup combines data mining algorithms and machine learning technologies to enable companies to defend against potential threats.
Founders: Or Bokobza, David Sherez, Chen Avni
Investors: Pitango Venture Capital, Bridges Israel, LocalGlobe
Funding to date: $40 million
Venn Ltd., also known as Venn City, operates co-living facilities that offer private and shared living and working arrangements. The company aims to create a sense of community within large cities and uses an app to let residents order groceries and sign up for social activities.
Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technology in Berlin (Part 1):
PointGrab, Syte, Flytrex, GOARC, Sixdof Space, Qsee, Anzu, Agrowing, TriEye, Percepto
Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technology in Berlin (Part 3):
SparkBeyond, BreezoMeter, Otorio, Optimove, Radiflow, CHEQ, 3GSolar Photovoltaics, Skyline AI, CybeReady Learning Solutions, CybeReady, Juganu
Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technology in Berlin (Part 4):
Anachoic, Bllush, Arbe, GK8, Guardian Optical Technologies, SmartGreen, Freightos, Quicklizard, Zugreifen
Startups Selected to Showcase Their Technology in Berlin (Part 5):
Evercompliant, Pick a Pier, Plentific, QEDIT, Rewire.to, Xm Cyber, Home Made, PayKey, MyOR, Razor Labs, AceTech