9 December 2016 - 9 Kislev 5777 - ט' כסלו ה' אלפים תשע"ז
EarlySense targets Southeast Asia with distributor agreement E-mail

Rama Gan-based EarlySense, a market leader in contact-free monitoring solutions, announced in March that it has signed a distribution agreement with myHealthSentinel (mHS), a company focused on providing industry-leading healthcare connectivity solutions for hospitals in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

“We are delighted to be selected by EarlySense as its Singapore partner,” said William Chew, Managing Director and co-founder of myHealthSentinel. “EarlySense’s monitoring technology is an ideal match for our suite of healthcare solutions, and together we can empower hospitals to provide enhanced levels of proactive care.”

EarlySense’s system, registered with the Singapore Health Sciences Authority, enables continuous, contact-free monitoring of patients’ heart and respiration rates and movement. It is clinically proven to assist in early detection of patient deterioration and helping to prevent adverse events.

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Cyberbit to supply intelligence and cyber analysis Print E-mail

Elbit Systems Ltd announced in April that its subsidiary Cyberbit had been awarded contracts to supply intelligence and cyber analysis and research systems for a country in Asia-Pacific for an aggregate amount of approximately US$22 million. The systems will be supplied over a two-year period.

Elbit said that the systems to be supplied consisted of Cyberbit’sWiT system, which it described as a highly advanced end-to-end intelligence and investigation solution that supports every stage of the intelligence process.

Cyberbit General Manager Adi Dar said: “We are proud to be selected to supply these advanced operational systems, which provide our customers with a significant leap forward in their intelligence analysis and collection capabilities. Cyberbit is a world leader in the fields of SIGINT and cyber defence, with cutting-edge solutions highly suitable for governmental agencies, large commercial organisations and critical infrastructure sites.”

(Issue May 2016)

Defence companies exhibit at Defexpro E-mail

Around 28 Israeli defence companies presented an extensive collection of advanced tools and technologies in Goa, India, at Defexpo 2016, which was held between 28 and 31 March.

Some of Israel’s technologies on display at the event included active defence systems, tactical medical equipment, a wide range of sensors, command control and communications (C3) solutions, electro-optical systems, various robotics, fire control solutions, unmanned systems and navigation devices.

“India is a country with tremendous capabilities. Israel’s large presence at Defexpo reflects our desire to strengthen ties with Indian companies and increase local production of military technologies,” said Brigadier General (Ret) Mishel Ben Baruch, Head of SIBAT (Israel’s defence ministry department regulating international co-operation).

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Alon MedTech signs co-operation agreement with Tsinghua University E-mail

As reported by Globes, the Alon MedTech Ventures incubator, established by chairman Dr. Shimon Eckhouse and CEO and CTO Dr. Judith Zilberstein, has signed a co-operation agreement with Tsinghua University, one of China’s leading universities.

This is the first co-operation agreement of its kind between an Israeli technology incubator and a Chinese entity. The agreement is Tsinghua University’s second in Israel. In 2013 it signed an agreement with Tel Aviv University to establish a joint centre in China, called the XIN Research Center, for Israeli and Chinese researchers.

Under the agreement, the Alon MedTech incubator will scan projects from the XIN Research Center, and select several of them for further development in the incubator. The products to be developed by these companies will probably be adapted to the Chinese market and be prepared for marketing in China at the accelerator jointly owned by Alon MedTech and the XIN Center.

Zilberstein said: “Many Tsinghua University graduates serve in key positions in the Chinese government and economy. The University and the XIN Center have done good work in assembling this network of connections for their benefit, and we expect it to also work for companies founded in cooperation with Alon MedTech.”

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IAI to supply India with early-warning intelligence-gathering systems E-mail

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will supply two aircraft equipped with Phalcon earlywarning systems for intelligence-gathering, Indian media reports.

The price for procurement of the planes was estimated at US$1.1 billion. Although the Indian security cabinet has approved the deal, which is significant for IAI, it has not yet been signed.

Informed sources did not rule out the possibility that the deal itself would be signed on a visit to Israel by Indian President Narendra Modi scheduled for the coming months.

India is considered one of IAI’s most important customers. In addition to its procurement of the new intelligence aircraft, India is in prolonged negotiations with the company to buy Barak 8 defensive missiles adapted for deployment on land for several hundred million dollars.

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