JNS.org – An Israeli medical technology company won first prize in an international competition for startups developing anti-terrorism technology. https://www.algemeiner.com/2018/06/21/israeli-company-wins-first-prize-of-100000-in-counter-terrorism-competition/ https://www.jns.org/israeli-company-wins-first-prize-of-100000-in-counter-terrorism-competition/
An Israeli medical technology company won first place at an international competition for startups developing counter-terror technology held this week in Tel Aviv, besting 10 finalists for the prestigious challenge. The 2018 Combating Terrorism Technology Startup Challenge (CTTSC3), organized by the US Department of Defense, Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO), together with the Israel Ministry of Defense, Defense Research and Development Directorate (MAFAT),
CardioScale's Cardio Vascular Reserve Index device assesses patients' states and can predict deterioration. https://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-medical-device-that-helps-with-patient-triage-wins-counterterror-contest/
Dozens of start-up companies from around the globe participated in an annual competition sponsored by the Israeli and United States governments at Tel Aviv University. Known as the Combating Terrorism Technology Start-up Challenge (CTTSC), the event provided investors, defense officials and the public with a glimpse into the latest in security-linked technology. http://www.themedialine.org/news/start-ups-take-part-in-counter-terrorism-contest-in-israel/#.WyllJ5HQq2k.whatsapp
Israeli startups CardioScale and Colugo on Monday were named the winners of the 2018 Combating Terrorism Technology Startup Challenge, or CTTSC3, organized by the U.S. Defense Department and Israel’s Defense Ministry. The two were chosen from hundreds of entries and 23 finalists for the General Technologies Track of the contest. CardioScale, which won the $100,000 first prize, uses a proprietary medical monitoring algorithm embedded in a portable arm-cuff to enable big improv
Israel y Estados Unidos unen fuerzas contra el terrorismo.
Esta vez, ambas naciones reconocieron su interés en el desarrollo de tecnología en conjunto para utilizarla en casos de emergencia en atentados terroristas.
Emprendedores de Israel mostraron durante el Congreso Cyber Week 2018 tecnologías que están listas para ser utilizadas en escenarios de atentados masivos. https://www.elnorte.com/aplicacioneslibre/articulo/default.aspx?id=1422724&md5=787af4ed9d1c21407aa06fa6f5a1