The approved projects, with an overall budget of $23 million, touch on agritech, biotech, electronics, foodtech, medical devices, and quantum technology
- Agado Live (from Tel Aviv) and Adventist HealthCare (from Rockville – which will develop an end-to-end remote rehabilitation platform for neurologic diseases.
- Agromentum (dba as Fieldin) (from Yokneam Illit) and Manulife Investment Management Agriculture Services Inc. (from Turlock, CA) – which will develop a hardware and software platform that turns tractors autonomous for operating in orchards.
- AlvaLinks (from Tel Aviv) and Cobalt Digital (from Champaign, IL) – which will develop a video network intelligence and observability platform for broadcasting and media companies.
- ContainerEyes (from Tel Aviv) and NTELX (from Tysons, VA) – which will develop a real-time tracking and risk analysis service to improve food safety and reduce food loss when shipped.
- Geneyx (from Herzliya) and Ocean Genomics (from Pittsburgh, PA) – which will develop a multi-omic software method, combining DNA and RNA, improving the detection of genomic variants to improve the diagnosis of diseases and the identification of drug targets.
- NeuroTrigger (from Tel Aviv) and Rand Eye Institute (from Deerfield Beach, FL) – which will develop a clinically validated eyelid pacemaker that restores blinking to those with facial paralysis.
- Oshi (from Rehovot) and The Better Meat Co. (from West Sacramento, CA) – which will develop allergen-free mycelium-based whole-cut salmon analogs.
- Quantum Machines (from Tel Aviv) and QuEra Computing Inc. (from Boston, MA) – which will develop a Photonic Control Unit and Photonic Integrated Circuit that will be incorporated into quantum computing devices.
- Treetoscope (from Mikve) and The Toro Company (from Minneapolis, MN) – which will develop next-generation cost-effective and scalable precision irrigation management based on direct plant sensing technology.