Innovations from Israeli start-ups

Autonomous vehicles feature prominently at the sixth Smart Mobility Summit, held at the Habima National Theatre in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Autonomous vehicles feature prominently at the sixth Smart Mobility Summit, held at the Habima National Theatre in Tel Aviv, Israel.ST PHOTO: AHMAD ZHAKI ABDULLAH

In conjunction with the Smart Mobility Summit from Oct 29 to 30 in Tel Aviv, 49 Israeli companies under the umbrella of EcoMotion - a collective of more than 600 start-ups in Israel's mobility sector - held a showcase of some of their innovations. Here are some of them:

The Australian-Israeli start-up - founded in 2014 and previously known as Terragenic - has developed a fuel that is 60 per cent water. Hydrogen extracted from the fuel is used to create electricity to power vehicles, which will have zero emissions.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 24, 2018, with the headline 'Innovations from Israeli start-ups'. Print Edition | Subscribe