17 stories about OrCam
אמנון שעשוע  מ מייסדי מובילאיי ו

OrCam cuts almost half of workforce in second round of layoffs in four months

03.06.24|Sophie Shulman
Amnon Shashua’s startup is laying off 100 employees, primarily in marketing and sales, four months after cutting 50 jobs  
ממייסדי אורקם והמנכ"ל לשעבר אמנון שעשוע

Layoffs in Israeli high-tech intensify as Jewish holiday season comes to an end

24.10.22|Meir Orbach
High-tech companies in Israel hoped the financial situation might improve by the end of the Jewish holiday period, but their wishes did not come true, leaving them to make cuts in order to make it to 2023
מימין מייסדי מובילאיי ו אורקם אמנון שעשוע ו זיו אבירם

OrCam lays off 16% of workforce

23.10.22|Meir Orbach
Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram’s artificial vision startup is sacking a total of 62 employees
הכדורגלן ליאו מסי שגריר של אורקם עם נער עם מוגבלות

OrCam sets sights on $3 billion valuation in 2021 IPO

14.12.20|Sophie Shulman
The artificial vision company, set up by the founders of Mobileye, joins ironSource and Monday.com, among others, in ever-growing list of Israeli unicorns targeting a lucrative public offering
ליאו מסי שחקן ברצלונה

Messi collaborates with Israel's OrCam to increase awareness for the blind and visually impaired

OrCam will arrange meetings between dozens of visually impaired people from around the world with the soccer superstar and he will gift them the OrCam MyEye
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Will Jerusalem Become Israel’s High Tech Capital?

21.05.20|Adi Pick
In 2019 alone, $233.5 million were invested in Jerusalem-based companies and startups, a 21% increase from the year before
Amnon Shashua Mobileye אמנון שעשוע מובילאיי

OrCam Unveils Wearable Personal Assistant, New Technologies for People With Disabilities

09.01.20|Lilach Baumer, Las Vegas
With new natural language processing abilities and other AI technologies, OrCam’s devices help vision and hearing impaired people navigate day-to-day life with greater ease
rewalk רובוטיקה שלד חיצוני

From Accessible Travel to Wearable Computer Mice: 7 Startups Helping People With Disabilities

03.12.19|Tofi Stoler and Adi Pick
Around 14% of Israelis over the age of 20 have severe disabilities, making even the most trivial actions challenging. Listed below are Israeli startups aiming to make their lives just a little bit easier
מימין דן עדיקא ו רפי סווירי מייסדי WalkMe

Calcalist's Top 50 Startups 2019: Beyond the Billion

08.05.19|Hagar Ravet and Meir Orbach
Five fascinating companies that lived up to their promise, became unicorns, and earned their way out of the ranking
Orcam myme election בחירות אורקאם

This Device Enables Visually Impaired Voters “See” Their Ballots

09.04.19|Adi Pick
Devices by visual aid company OrCam will be available at accessible polling stations throughout Israel as the country votes in the general election Tuesday
orcam אורקם מצלמה

This Wearable Clip Will Remember Faces and Names so You Don't Have to

12.12.18|Adi Pick
OrCam Technologies expects to ship its life analytics wearable device MyMe in March. Co-founder Amnon Shashua calls it “the ultimate AI personal assistant"
הנסיך ויליאם 12.6.18

Prince William to Meet With Four Israeli Tech Startups in Tel Aviv

The British Royal is set to arrive in Israel on Monday as part of a five-day tour of the region. He will visit Tel Aviv, the West Bank, and Jerusalem
כנס יזמות 2018 אלעד צרפתי

Visual Aid Company OrCam Announces Asia Expansion

19.06.18|Sefi Krupsky
The Jerusalem-based company was established by the founders of Mobileye
אינטל קריית גת

CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Intel plans to expand chip manufacturing in Israel with $5 billion investment. Intel leads $50 million investment in public transit app Moovit
זיו אבירם ו אמנון שעשוע מייסדי מובילאיי

OrCam’s Investment Notice Omitted Investor’s Interests

21.02.18|Raheli Bindman
On Tuesday, the visual aid company set up by Mobileye’s founders raised funding at a $1 billion valuation
אורקם OrCam MyEye 2.0 מחשוב לביש מתקן ראייה

Latest Venture by Mobileye Founders Valued at $1 Billion

20.02.18|Lilach Baumer
Jerusalem-based OrCam develops a wearable personal assistant for the visually impaired
ועידת לונדון 2017 אלעד צרפתי גילגמש שוק קמדן

Wearable Personal Assistant MyMe Sketched for 2018 Release

19.09.17|Lilach Baumer
The clip-on AI device is manufactured by OrCam, founded by Mobileye co-founders Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram