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Industry 4.0 (Industrial IoT) handles technologies that aim to connect physical industrial assets with digital insights, while digitizing the entire chain of production. As the name suggests, companies and technologies targeting this sector view various industrial verticals as their main target markets, such as manufacturing, energy, construction, oil & gas and so on. As yet, these verticals have not fully realized the value that data can bring to industrial business processes.

This brief provides an overview of the Israeli Industry 4.0 ecosystem, with data on leading trends and success stories, indicating how Israeli technology significantly contributes to the added value that data can bring to industrial business processes.

Start-up Nation Central Industry 4.0 Brief 357 KB PDF

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"Industry 4.0's technological building blocks are grounded in areas that are highly developed in the Israeli innovation ecosystem, thus presenting a significant opportunity for new types of collaborations between tech providers and the manufacturing sector. Adopting Industry 4.0 practices presents the Israeli economy with a value creation path that could add 25 billion NIS to the country's GDP by 2025. Creating this value entails a team effort from industry and government stakeholders and provides a unique opportunity for this sector to reinvent itself. "

- Eli Tidhar
Consumer and Industrial Products Industry Leader, Deloitte Israel

"Innovation in big-data analytics, machine learning, edge computing, sensing and connectivity will transform the most basic and valuable industries, such as oil & gas, mining, agriculture, construction and manufacturing. It will increase productivity and efficiency that could potentially add trillions of dollars to worldwide GDP. As investors in this field, we recognize that it is not only the innovation itself that will lead to better execution, but more importantly, the rate of adoption of this innovation that will truly influence real change in these traditional industries."

- Zvika Orron
Partner, Carmel Ventures

Industry 4.0 highlights

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$8M raised in seed funding by Vayavision, Tel Aviv-based providers of raw data fusion and perception systems for self-driving vehicles

17 October 2018
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Automated Skyscraper Window Cleaning Solution Providers Skyline Raise $3M

17 October 2018
opportunities

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Global

17 October 2018
opportunities

FIBA - an acceleration program aimed at the US market

11 October 2018
opportunities

Roadmap to success - Meet Entree Capital, KPMG, SigmaLabs & Meitar

10 October 2018
opportunities

Shenzhen Stock Exchange V-Next Pitching Event Israel 2018

9 October 2018
opportunities

Application for AtoBe startups Accelerator round #5 are now LIVE!

7 October 2018
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Start-Up Nation Central Wows Africa with Israeli Innovation

13 September 2018
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$1.7 Million Raised by Industrial Machinery Monitoring Startup EcoPlant

29 August 2018
opportunities

Open call for breakthrough detection & imaging technologies

6 August 2018
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$10 Million Capital Raise to Drive Arbe Robotics' Next-generation Autonomous Vehicle Sensing Technology

16 July 2018
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Start-Up Nation Central's Annual Report

26 June 2018
blog

How Manufacturing is Becoming Cool

12 April 2018
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Orbotech Ltd. to be Bought by KLA-Tencor

22 March 2018
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$20M in funding for CommonSense Robotics online grocery fulfillment robotics technology

15 February 2018
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Elbit Vision Systems Bought for $32M by Switzerland’s Uster

14 February 2018
blog

Industry 4.0 – The “New” Kid on the Block

8 January 2018