According to the World Health Organization, at least 236,000 people lose their lives each year in the water. When Israeli business Adam Bismut saw a man lose his life by drowning at the Dead Sea he was determined to stop such tragedies; he invented Sightbit. The first part of the platform is reading the state of the water: The AI can recognize a range of wave movements and detect any dangerous areas for swimmers, kayakers and anyone in or on the water. The second detects people and objects in and near the water... For more and the reference: https://israeltrade.org.au/2024/01/22/ai-water-safety-platform-prevents-drownings-before-they-happen/
From factory robots to smart buildings, XIoT connects vital assets – and attracts hackers. Cyber security firm Claroty helps businesses build XIoT policies to guard against penetration. This podcast dives into key topics:
Australia's Cyber Strategy: How will the new 2023-2030 plan boost cyber security and what does it mean for you?
Doorbell Deception: Learn how seemingly harmless devices, even your doorbell, can become hacker entry points.
Protect Your XIoT: Get practical tips to secure your connected assets and keep your business safe from attack.
Don't miss this valuable podcast on securing your business in the ever-connected world. https://israeltrade.org.au/2023/12/18/getting-hacked-via-your-doorbell/
Applications are now open for the 2024 Hatch Taronga Accelerator Program! Hatch supports founders and their innovative solutions to some of the
world’s most pressing conservation and environmental challenges. If you have a
brilliant initiative, product or service that you think will be the next game
changer for the planet, Hatch wants to hear from you.Let us launch your innovative initiative and set you up for success. This program is delivered in partnership with Impact Boom and open to people across Australia. Visit Hatch for more information and submit your application! https://taronga.org.au/conservation-and-science/act-for-the-wild/hatch
Urban cargo solutions and last-mile delivery are quickly undergoing rapid electrification. Since large delivery vans and trucks don’t work well in crowded cities, many operators are moving towards cargo e-bikes and scooters. But what happens when those solutions just aren’t big enough? Then you may want to check out the PNY Ponie, an electric cargo motorcycle designed for heavy hauling in tight spaces. This Israeli invention is designed for cargo duty and delivery applications. It can carry up to 120 kg of cargo and has 400 litres of storage space on board. Read on and reach out to me: https://electrek.co/2023/11/08/cargo-electric-motorcycle-pny-ponie/