ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab Israel has started cooperation with five Israeli startups. This involves Silentium, Neteera, ContinUse Biometrics, Intervyo and Seebo.
Silentium, together with Škoda's technical development, is working to actively control the noise in the interior of the vehicle, which can significantly improve driving comfort.
Neteera is developing an innovative chip to be placed in the back of the driver's seat. From there, it monitors parameters such as breathing or blood pressure and can, for example, warn on time of driver's fatigue.
ContinUse Biometrics works on an optical sensor that records various measured values related to the health and condition of the driver through contactless monitoring in the car. Thanks to this values sensor is able to determine whether there are changes in driver's comfort and ability to drive.
Intervyo develops a tool that makes a work of recruiters easier by validating candidate traits and competencies. It should identify their strengths or career milestones that they may not have sufficiently emphasized in their CV. As a result, the candidate can prove to be an even more appropriate or talented candidate.
ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab Israel cooperates with Seebo on solutions in the area of anticipating maintenance and quality control.
Škoda Auto DigiLab Israel is an Israeli offshoot of Škoda Auto DigiLab in Prague. Israeli DigiLab began operations in early 2018. The joint venture with Champion Motors, an Israeli importer of Škoda, is working on innovation and developing products for individual mobility for the future. The goal is, for example, hardware innovation and digitization of the company and all its processes.
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