IAI issues another call to start-ups
The Innovation Center of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) on 16 August issued a call for start-ups to apply for its next 13-week accelerator programme, which begins on 1 November.
The company said the programme offers a ‘first-of-its-kind hybrid working model’ with leading IAI technology experts, enabling start-up companies to co-create proof-of-concept solutions.
Start-ups admitted to the programme benefit from knowledge sharing, a range of infrastructure, technological support, and a business-oriented enrichment programme.
Participants will also be acquainted with IAI extensive marketing activities and customers.
The programme is open to start-ups specialising in disciplines such as machine learning; quantum computing; radar; robotics; big data; computer vision; smart cockpits; UAVs; cyber; novel energy sources; and the Internet of Things.
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