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POWERING ISRAEL’S SMART MOBILITY

 

TRUE VALUE CREATION 

In these erratic times, Next Gear serves a beacon for startups and automotive partners through strategic partnership with Drive innovation hub. Next Gear startups are catapulted forward while working with automotive market leaders to provide true value. Consequently, they are placed on a hyperbolic growth path.

WE’RE ACTIVELY TRANSFORMING SMART MOBILITY VISION INTO A REALITY

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GAME-CHANGING COMPANIES

AT THE FOREFRONT OF SMART MOBILITY REVOLUTION

The automotive and mobility ecosystem is going through an accelerated disruption process, driven by game-changing technologies and business model innovations. Autonomous driving, connectivity between vehicles and systems as well as new functionalities and smart traffic management, are disrupting the industry at a tremendous pace. Israeli innovations are at the forefront of this technological eruption.  Subsequently, the majority of multi-national automotive corporates are actively looking and acquiring Israeli smart mobility startups, creating exceptional investment opportunities!

 
 

NEWS

Hyundai invests in Israeli voice tech co Kardome

February 03, 2020

 

Israeli startup Kardome announced today the completion of a seed round led by Korean carmaker Hyundai and with the participation of NextGear Ventures and the ATOORO Fund.

TriEye partners with Porsche to put infrared sensors in ADAS and self-driving systems

January 02, 2020

TriEye collaborating with Porsche to improve the performance of the German sports car manufacturer’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and self-driving systems, with the goal of improving those systems’ ability to accurately detect objects on the road in situations with limited visibility.

ISRAELI 4D IMAGING RADAR CO ARBE ROBOTICS RAISES $32M

December 17 ,2019

 

Israeli 4D imaging radar chipset developer Arbe Robotics has announced the closing of $32 million Series B financing round.