Czech automaker Škoda Auto a.s. is expanding its footprint in Israel. The company announced on Thursday collaborations with three Israel-based startups, Chakratec Ltd., Anagog Ltd., and UVeye Ltd., and stated it is already testing their technologies.
The carmaker’s Tel Aviv Digilab has formed partnerships with kinetic storage company Chakratec, AI company Anagog and car body scanner UVeye.
Won this past week the “Most Innovative Use of Mobile Technology” award under the Mobile App category at CMO Asia.
Skoda has become a minority shareholder in the Israeli high-tech start-up Anagog, which specialises in artificial intelligence (AI). Its technology is already used in more than one hundred different smartphone apps.
Škoda Auto has invested in Israeli start-up Anagog, securing access to new technology in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data.