7 stories about Exodigo
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Top 5 most promising AI startups in Israel - 2024

Exodigo, Pinecone, FundGuard, Robust Intelligence, and D-ID were the highest ranked AI companies in this year's list of the 50 most promising Israeli startups
Tech Tech Atzmaut Tamir Cohen

Exodigo’s journey from underground to one of Israel’s most promising startups

20.05.24|James Spiro
The company was ranked third among the most promising Israeli startups this year - its COO & Strategy Tamir Cohen shares how it manages its massive growth 

Rising from the depths: Exodigo’s journey through war and innovation

13.05.24|Meir Orbach
The Israeli startup navigated through the challenges of war as its employees were drafted into reserves, all while maintaining operations and advancing its groundbreaking AI technology for underground mapping
Shay Grinfeld Greenfield Partners

“Looking ahead to 2024, we anticipate a continued uptick in both the volume and number of deals”

06.03.24|James Spiro, Elihay Vidal
Shay Grinfeld, Managing Partner at Greenfield Partners, joined CTech to discuss global investment trends and how they impact Startup Nation.
חברי קרן קומרה קפיטל מימין: בועז דינטי, סינן שמרי דהן, שרון ברזיק כהן וארז שחר

Qumra’s Top 11: The Israeli startups to watch out for in 2024

From a system that provides doctors with real-time insights about their patients to a platform that helps any company create its own AI-based apps: these are the 11 startups selected to Qumra Capital’s “Tomorrow’s Growth Companies” list

Exodigo adds $105 million in new funding to modernize underground mapping

27.02.24|Meir Orbach
Combining multiple types of powerful sensors, 3D imaging, cloud computing simulations and a proprietary AI platform, the Israeli startup fuses massive amounts of data into one map so companies can see risks and assets underground

National Grid investing in Israeli startup Exodigo

20.10.22|Meir Orbach
The investment, estimated to be several millions of dollars, came on the back of Exodigo successfully deploying its subsurface mapping solutions at National Grid sites in New York