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June 12, 2019
Tactile Mobility Wins ‘Best Connected Product/Service for the Commercial Vehicle Market’ at the TU-Automotive Awards in Detroit

Touchy-feely self-driving cars of the future will feel the road beneath their tires, providing an optimal driving experience with maximum safety.

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May 14, 2019
Tactile Mobility Appoints Eitan Grosbard as Vice President of Business Development

Tactile data and sensing company adds key role as it aims to expand its global partnership base
Tactile Mobility, the leading tactile data and sensing company for automakers, municipalities, road authorities and fleet managers, announced today the appointment of Eitan Grosbard as the Vice President of Business Development to develop partnerships, build out the sales organization within the company and drive the scaling of Tactile Mobility’s global customer base.

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April 29, 2019
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We identify new revenue sources for you, your client, and your clients’ clients!
Over 10 years, we have identified and researched all high-growth use cases, technologies, ecosystem converging across multiple industries

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April 29, 2019
5 productivity hacks for CEOs who have to work remotely

Frequent flights and travel can ruin your productivity and focus, but as this CEO has learned, you can adopt some practices that will help you thrive.
Serving as a CEO can prove immensely rewarding. For many, it’s the pinnacle of their careers. It’s incredibly gratifying to know that you have had a direct impact on the company’s successes and breakthroughs.

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April 8, 2019
TACTILE MOBILITY ADDS MISSING SENSE OF TOUCH TO AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

“Where other companies enable smart and autonomous vehicles to see the road, we enable those vehicles to feel the road,” Tactile Mobility CEO Amit Nisenbaum said.

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March 18, 2019
Tactile Mobility Selected from Among 500 Companies to Participate in Startup Autobahn

The Tactile Data and Sensing Company for Smart and Autonomous Vehicles Is Among the Startups Accepted into the Prestigious Innovation Platform’s Upcoming Program 6
Tactile Mobility, the leading tactile data and sensing company for smart and autonomous vehicles, announced that it has been selected to join the upcoming cycle of Startup Autobahn, Europe’s largest innovation platform powered by Plug and Play.

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June 17, 2019
AUTONOMOUS CARS CAN FEEL THE ROAD AHEAD

Tactile Mobility, the leading tactile data and sensing company for automakers, municipalities, road authorities and fleet managers, announced today it was selected as ‘Best Connected Product/Service for the Commercial Vehicle Market’ at the TU-Automotive Awards, the most prestigious awards ceremony for the connected car industry.

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March 17, 2019
Embedded Chips & Connected New Tips

There is a lawsuit in Arizona claiming that “the state has “failed to make roadways safe, allowing autonomous vehicles to operate on public roadways in an unsafe manner.” The $10 million lawsuit was filed by the family of woman who was killed the Uber self-driving car.

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March 11, 2019
Tactile Mobility Selected From Among 500 Companies to Participate in Startup Autobahn

The tactile data and sensing company for smart and autonomous vehicles is among the startups accepted into the prestigious innovation platform’s upcoming Program 6
Tactile Mobility, the leading tactile data and sensing company for smart and autonomous vehicles, today announced that it has been selected to join the upcoming cycle of Startup Autobahn, Europe’s largest innovation platform powered by Plug and Play.

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March 11, 2019
The vehicles of the future must not only be able to ‘see’ but also ‘feel’

Smart cities are gaining momentum, yet current city street maps aren’t sufficiently detailed to help autonomous vehicles (AVs) get around safely. Before AVs become mainstream, they must have a much better grasp of their surrounding environments – otherwise how can we expect them to safely navigate the streets?

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February 13, 2019
3 Steps to Making Autonomous Vehicles a Reality

Since the rollout of the Ford Model T ushered in the automotive age more than a century ago, with rare exceptions, the industry has evolved at an incremental pace. Models have become more sophisticated, more comfortable, and more wired, but key factors have remained unchanged, not least that cars drive only when there’s a human driver behind the wheel.

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February 12, 2019
Overcoming the OTA Speed Bump

Despite the legacy complexity of today’s disparate vehicle architecture, automakers are under the gun to connect their vehicles to the cloud.
TOKYO — The automotive industry often describes a connected vehicle as a “smartphone on wheels.” Nothing, however, is further from the truth.

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February 6, 2019
Helping autonomous vehicles develop a “sixth sense”

Today’s autonomous vehicles use a combination of cameras and other sensors to try to replicate human perception, but they still struggle, especially in bad driving conditions. New technologies under development could help fill the gaps by letting vehicles “see” and “feel” things from different perspectives.

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February 5, 2019
5年で3倍のセンサー市場 最前線、未来のクルマはどんなデータを収集するのか

実用化に向けた取り組みが世界各地で進められている自動車の自動運転。その構成要素として大事なのが、各種センサーだ。自車位置や周辺情報を正確に把握するためのセンシング技術は、次世代型自動車にとって必要不可欠なものだ。その技術的な進化が進む一方で、規模の拡大が予想される市場を巡って開発企業の競争が激化している。「CES2019」出展企業の中から特に注目すべき企業を紹介する

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February 4, 2019
How will the Israeli Autotech become a leader?

The utopian future in which all we’ll see on the road are autonomic cars which will help us at any given moment from the time we leave our house/office until we safely reach our destination is still a few decades away, but according to certain estimates, by the year 2020 there will be some 10 million autonomic vehicles on the road.

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January 24, 2019
Is 2019 the Year of the Self-Driving Car? The State of Autonomous Vehicles 2018-2019

Despite the fact that autonomous vehicles are still in their prototyping phase, 2018 saw a long string of autonomous vehicle-related advancements, new sensing technologies, and even scandals. Here’s a look back at last year and a hint of what may be coming in 2019 for self-driving cars.

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January 24, 2019
Is 2019 the Year of the Self-Driving Car? The State of Autonomous Vehicles 2018-2019

Despite the fact that autonomous vehicles are still in their prototyping phase, 2018 saw a long string of autonomous vehicle-related advancements, new sensing technologies, and even scandals. Here’s a look back at last year and a hint of what may be coming in 2019 for self-driving cars.

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January 17, 2019
Sensor Fusion for Autonomous Vehicles: Interview with Tactile Mobility CEO Amit Nisenbaum

We often talk about the vision systems for autonomous vehicles, but what about the sensor systems that gather data where the rubber meets the road? Tactile Mobility CEO Amit Nisenbaum discusses the sensor fusion that goes into processing data from tactile sensors in self-driving cars.

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January 15, 2019
Israel’s EcoMotion Looks Like An Early Stage CES Aiming To Stimulate Winning Mobility Tech

Ever heard of Yandex? Me, neither.
When the Russian company was described as an Internet search firm like Google or Baidu, I decided to check out its self-driving protoype. Yandex’s self-driving Toyota Prius at the 7th Annual EcoMotion transportation conference in Tel Aviv performed impressively, very much like other models I had experienced. (Note to self: Always keep alert for the many things you don’t know.)

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January 10, 2019
Israeli Tech at CES Includes Flying Cars, Laundry-Folding Robots, Food-Delivery Drones

The annual Consumer Electronics Show, now in its 51st year, has become a mecca for Israeli tech firms. From software for autonomous vehicles to drones delivering pizza to walking and talking robots, if there’s a consumer angle, CES – with 180,000 attendees and 4,500 exhibitors from 150 countries –is an essential part of any company’s international roll-out.

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January 8, 2019
From flying cars to robots that fold laundry, the Israeli techs causing a stir at CES

Las Vegas, here they come! Dozens of Israeli companies are strutting their tech stuff at the annual international showcase for consumer electronics, which starts today. We pick out 27 to watch.

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December 9, 2018
120 AI Predictions For 2019

Me: “Alexa, tell me what will happen in 2019.”
Amazon AI: “Do you want to open ‘this day in history’?”
Me: “Alexa, give me a prediction for 2019.”
Amazon AI: “The crystal ball is clouded, I can’t tell.”

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November 20, 2018
Helping Driverless Cars ‘Feel’ the Road

The artificial intelligence that controls highly automated vehicles is starting to go where the rubber hits the road.
Autonomous cars, and automated features like adaptive cruise control, work almost entirely by “seeing” the road ahead and what’s on it.

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November 14, 2018
Tactile Mobility’s Virtual Sensors Try To Feel The Road As Well As Your Buttocks Does

Autonomous vehicles use a variety of sensors to perceive the world around them. Passive sensors, like cameras and microphones, capture the light and sound in the environment. Active sensors, like lidar, radar and ultrasonic units, emit different types of pulses and record how these pulses bounce off of nearby objects.

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November 5, 2018
Venture Advisor from Better Place New CEO of Tactile Mobility

Tactile Mobility’s “Tactile” Sensing & Data Analytics Combine Visual & “The Feel” of & for Superior AV Driving It’s Time to Change Direction: The Future of Mobility

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November 5, 2018
Driverless cars can only take you so far. This is how smarter cities are being built

In the sunny climes of Tel Aviv, Israel, the Smart Mobility Summit, held from October 29 to 30, brought together city administrators from across the globe, research institutions, major car companies, and stealthy startups. They all came not just for the balmy weather but to exchange ideas and discuss new innovations. Digital Trends was there, too.

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October 18, 2018
Tactile Mobility Showcases First-ever Comprehensive Tactile Data Solution for Road Authorities and Municipalities

Tactile Mobility, the world’s leading tactile data and sensing company, today is demonstrating the feasibility and importance of combining vision-based data with tactile data in order to develop better and safer autonomous vehicles and cities. The first-of-its-kind tactile mapping solution for road conditions is on display at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference in Tel Aviv this week.

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October 18, 2018
17 Startups Driving the Automotive Future at GTC Israel

At GTC Israel this week, 17 automotive startups showcased the latest developments in autonomous driving, connectivity and mobility services.
The young companies are developing on NVIDIA DRIVE, taking advantage of Israel’s fast-paced, flexible startup culture to speed the deployment of safe self-driving on public roads.

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October 18, 2018
17 STARTUPS DRIVING THE AUTOMOTIVE FUTURE AT GTC ISRAEL

At GTC Israel this week, 17 automotive startups showcased the latest developments in autonomous driving, connectivity and mobility services.
The young companies are developing on NVIDIA DRIVE, taking advantage of Israel’s fast-paced, flexible startup culture to speed the deployment of safe self-driving on public roads.</div>

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October 17, 2018
Israeli startup helps self-driving cars ‘feel’ the road

New partnership with Haifa has municipal cars equipped with Tactile Mobility’s software to collect and transmit data on road conditions.
The hardest maneuver for an autonomous vehicle is getting on and off a fast-moving highway.

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October 10, 2018
Driverless Cars Need Some More Sensing Power

In 2018, the question of driverless cars is no longer “if,” but rather “when,” writes mobility entrepreneur Amit Nisenbaum
For a century, the automotive industry advanced at a measured pace. Then the vision of the driverless car roared onto the scene and things changed.

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September 27, 2018
Venture Advisor from Better Place New CEO of Tactile Mobility

Tactile Mobility’s “Tactile” Sensing & Data Analytics Combine Visual & “The Feel” of & for Superior AV Driving It’s Time to Change Direction: The Future of Mobility The Future of Mobility

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September 27, 2018
Tactile Mobility launches tactile sensing and data analytics platform for vehicles

Tactile Mobility, previously known as Mobiwize, has announced the official launch of its tactile sensing and data analytics platform. The launch includes the announcement of five paid POCs, more finance that bring the company’s total funding to USD 9 million, and the appointment of CEO Amit Nisenbaum, former head of strategic alliances at Better Place.

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September 26, 2018
Tactile Mobility Launches Tactile Sensing and Data Analytics for Superior Driving With $9 Million Raised

The company also announces several partnerships and the appointment of former Better Place executive Amit Nisenbaum as CEO
Tactile Mobility, previously known as Mobiwize, the leading tactile data company for the transportation industry, announced the official launch of its tactile sensing and data analytics platform.

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September 26, 2018
Tactile Mobility Launches Tactile Sensing & Data Platform

company for the transportation industry, announced the official launch of its tactile sensing and data analytics platform. The launch includes the announcement of five paid POCs, additional funds which bring the company’s total funding to $9 million, and the appointment of CEO Amit Nisenbaum, former Head of Strategic Alliances at Better Place Inc.

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December 18, 2018
2018 was the year self-driving cars hit a roadblock

It’s been a long day. As you ride home from the office, you start to nod off. You close your eyes as the self-driving car merges onto the highway. When you’re zonked out 15 minutes later, the car changes your route because of traffic, and eventually you wake up at your destination.

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September 26, 2018
Tactile Mobility gives autonomous cars AI to measure road conditions

Most autonomous cars sport a bevy of sensors that help them navigate patchy pavement, but some firms contend these aren’t precise enough to handle faded markers, buckling pavement, potholes, and other road-level hazards on their own.

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