The Innovation Center of Transport, Hyundai and Tadiran has selected 5 start-ups
Among other things, Hyundai's spare parts division will use AUTO TRUST's technology, and IntellAct's system will be integrated into Laufer's logistics system at Ben Gurion Airport.
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Several Israeli companies are expected to develop technologies for Hyundai Mobis (Hyundai's spare parts division), Tadiran and Laufer (from the Maman Group). This is according to the results of the quality program of Quantum Hub - the innovation center that established the Transport-Livnat Group in June this year, in collaboration with the Tadiran Group, Hyundai, and the VDL Group from the Netherlands. These companies are part of the first cycle of the program known as Quantum SPARK. Over 100 start-ups approached the program, of which five were selected: AUTO TRUST, which develops a solution that optimizes safety and semi-autonomous driving systems, is being tested by Hyundai Mobis for the purpose of analyzing and increasing the use of ADAS systems in the group's vehicles. Thermoterra which uses green energy generated from changes in air humidity for heating and cooling buildings was chosen for use in Tadiran air conditioning systems. IntellAct - SaaS platform based on computer vision and machine learning for management and optimization of aircraft preparation processes for flight (Turnaround) will be implemented by Laufer in its logistics system at Ben Gurion Airport. Safemode was also selected, which works with several companies in the transportation group, from the fields of transportation, logistics and public transportation, including Egged Transport, which is piloting the implementation of the application among drivers, in order to improve driver performance in accordance with Ministry of Transportation rules. Reducing safety incidents, and saving fuel. Siraj TechnologieS - develops an IoT solution for the world of production that allows the connection of all end products to the cloud as well as analysis and presentation of the data on each interface. Tadiran will use the company's technology to connect the machines in the factories to the cloud and to analyze the efficiency of the machines, warn of a decrease in function and malfunctions in real time, as well as to streamline maintenance work.