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Porsche invests in Israeli sensors

I’ve reported previously (see here) on Israel’s Anagog and its software that analyzes sensor signals in smartphones. Now car maker Porsche has bought a minority stake in Anagog in a bid to expand its offering of digital technologies. Analog’s technology … Continue reading

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Porsche to invest in Israeli auto-tech

German carmaker Porsche, owned by Volkswagen, has announced that it would invest tens of millions of euros in smart car technologies startups in Israel. Porsche said, “Israel is a key main market for IT engineers and specialists.” http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-porsche-to-invest-in-israeli-auto-tech-1001190734

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BMW use Israeli tech to feel the road

Israel’s Tactile Mobility has signed a deal to provide BMW with its road-sensing software that allows smart cars to “feel the road” and adjust like a human driver. Volkswagen subsidiary Porsche has already invested in the Israeli startup (reported here … Continue reading

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Porsche feels its way into Israel auto technology

As reported previously (see here) Israel’s Tactile Mobility develops software that allows cars to “feel” the road.  German car maker Porsche has made several Israeli investments (see here) and has now made another, leading a $9 million funding round into … Continue reading

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Porsche invests more funds

I’ve reported previously (26th Jan) on Israel’s road visibility chipmaker TriEye, and on previous investments by German car maker Porsche into Israeli auto-tech startups (see here). Now, Porsche has led an investment of £19 million into the Israeli startup. https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-road-visibility-chipmaker-trieye-nabs-investment-from-porsche/

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Skoda invests in Anagog

I’ve reported previously (here) on Israeli sensor company Anagog. Now Skoda, Volkswagen’s Czech subsidiary, is investing $1.5 million in Anagog. Porsche (Skoda’s sister company) and Daimler are already invested in Anagog. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3742693,00.html

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