IAI selects five start-ups for accelerated technology development
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) R&D and innovation managers have picked five start-up companies for accelerated development at its Innovation Center.
QuantLR, Aigent-tech, DST, Scopoli, and Fvmat were selected out of 90 original applicants, 17 of which were shortlisted.
The 13-week accelerator period, beginning on 1 November, will see IAI technology experts work with these five start-ups to co-create a minimum viable product.
QuantLR will work with IAI subsidiary Elta in a quantum sensing project. Scopoli and the IAI Systems, Missile and Space Group will co-develop a solution for tracking people and object in complex terrains. Aigent-tech will work with Elta on AI for land applications; DST will collaborate with the Aviation Group in the creation of a real-time monitoring system; and Fvmat will develop an aircraft landing gear with the help of the engineers in the IAI Aviation and Military Aircraft Group.
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