Space Tech

14 stories about Space Tech
צילום לווין שריפה

The Israeli company using satellite data to monitor international conflicts

30.06.22|Yafit Ovadia
“There’s a staggering amount of data out there; if you know what to do, you can turn yourself into a miniature intelligence powerhouse,” says Managing Director of The Intel Lab Itay Bar-Lev
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“People are starting to see space as a place to travel to, invest in, it’s no longer futuristic”

19.06.22|Yafit Ovadia
Starburst Aerospace has big plans for the future: Investing in Israel’s “next SpaceX” and other promising startups to pave way for the future, says Israel Managing Director Noemie Alliel
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Starburst announces ASTRA accelerator to power next-generation of space tech startups

23.05.22|Yafit Ovadia
The aerospace accelerator will guide three space tech startups, and help them launch go-to-market products with the aim of turning Israel into the Spacetech Nation
כנס ספייס טק

“Space tech is on the launchpad of exponential growth”

16.05.22|Yafit Ovadia
“We want to create a sustainable space economy for both life on Earth and beyond,” said TYPE5 co-founder Einat Berkovitch during SpaceTech Summit
לווין של טרה ספייס לאב בע"מ

The tiny satellites detecting and helping put out wildfires

13.05.22|Yafit Ovadia
Using its remote sensing Earth Observation technology, Terra Space Lab is working to detect fires before they explode. “We want to detect environmental events, and enable people to do something about them right away,” says CEO
תמונת לוויין של כדו"א

PlanetWatchers analyzes crop damage through satellite technology

27.03.22|Yafit Ovadia
The space tech startup aims to look at the bigger picture, and is sending its data to insurer companies, ensuring that farmers get proper payout for crop damage
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Asterra is looking to the stars for the answers

21.01.22|Yafit Ovadia
“From the stars to the ground, our mission is to help humanity better understand what’s going on on our planet by using synthetic aperture radar,” says Asterra CEO
אורית פרקש הכהן

Israel awards nearly $6 million in grants to space tech startups

09.01.22|Yafit Ovadia
From growing super-vegetables in space to taking high-resolution images of oil spills, 11 Israeli companies that develop innovative space technologies will receive the grant. “It’s a tremendous economic growth engine,” said D-G of Israel Space Agency
יורם מלכה

Capturing selfies in space to prevent satellite mishaps in real-time

10.12.21|Yafit Ovadia
“We’re bringing space to people,” says MicroGic Electronics CEO, whose company designs sophisticated cameras and sensors for satellites and other space applications
מימין אדריאנה מוריאס רובימבו סמנגה בווניה מרטינס ו פגי ויטסון

“People don’t realize that every time we swipe a card or navigate a car we’re accessing space tech”

12.11.21|Yafit Ovadia
Four female space experts spoke during a panel moderated by Israel’s next astronaut about adopting dual-use technologies to better our future
נשים בחלל

“Working in this tech sector as a woman, you have to be just a little bit better"

11.10.21|Yafit Ovadia
Dr. Sandra Cauffman, Deputy Director for the Earth Science Division at NASA, was speaking at a panel of top female space experts as part of World Space Week in which Israel participated actively for the first time last week
אסטרואיד ב חלל

Ramon.Space raises $17.5 million for space supercomputing technologies

25.05.21|Yafit Ovadia
The space tech startup plans to expand its technology to transform satellites to become smart and autonomous, extending their lifetimes by providing in-orbit upgrades to applications as well as expand its global presence
איתן סטיבה בכנס הכרזת הניסויים

Which Israeli technologies will soon be going to space?

05.05.21|Yafit Ovadia
Space Hummus, onboard drones, flexible solar panels, and cameras to photograph “lightning elves” are just some of the Israeli technologies that will accompany the next Israeli astronaut to space in 2022