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Takeovers and mergers to 15/5/22:

Israel’s Augury has acquired Israel’s Seebo for $100 million.

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4 more Unicorns

Latest Israeli startups to become billion-dollar Unicorns are Celsius Networks (raised $400 million, value $3 billion); Lusha (see here) raised $205 million, value $1.5 billion; Augury (see here) raised $180 million, value $1 billion; OpenWeb (raised $150 million, value $1 … Continue reading

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Investment in Israeli startups: (28/11/21)

Celsius Network raised $400 million; Lusha raised $205 million; Fabric raised $200 million; Augury raised $180 million; OpenWeb raised $150 million; DustPhotonics raised $33 million; Backbox raised $32 million; Tactile Mobility raised $27 million; OurCrowd raised $25 million; Deci raised … Continue reading

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Investment in Israeli startups (25/10/20)

Augury raised $55 million; Syte raised $30 million; BlackSwan raised $28 million; Mileutis raised $20 million; Liquidity Capital raised $20 million; Nym Health raised $16.5 million; Adasky raised $15 million; SayMine raised $9.5 million; Frontegg raised $5 million; vHive raised … Continue reading

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Predicting machine failures

There are several Israeli startups that can detect faults in machinery or predict when critical industrial equipment is likely to breakdown (e.g. Augury and 3DSignals). Another was Presenso, whose algorithms anticipate industrial machine failures. However, it has just been acquired … Continue reading

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Predicting failures in electronic systems

Three co-founders of Israel’s Mellanox have founded ProteanTecs. The new company develops technology that will allow devices to report their health and warn of failures. Its markets include enterprise IT and autonomous vehicles. (See also EcoPlant, Augury, 3DSignals and Opgal) … Continue reading

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See what you hear

I reported previously (Sep 2015) about Israel’s Augury that uses vibration and ultrasound to detect faults in critical machinery. Now another Israeli startup 3DSignals has developed an ultrasonic acoustic sensor which predicts electro-mechanical failure long before it causes production downtime. … Continue reading

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I don’t like the sound of that

Israel’s Augury has developed the Auguscope – a low-cost innovative device that “listens” to machinery to diagnose problems. Preventative maintenance can then save the huge costs of downtime and replacement equipment. Augury has just raised $7 million of initial funding. … Continue reading

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Israel to NYC

The US Israel Business Council is introducing 15 Israeli startups to New York City. Curiyo, Viewbix, Augury Systems, Seebo, Brayola and ten others are facing 250 investors and business leaders who are providing advice and (hopefully) funding to the fledgling … Continue reading

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