QuantLR, Aigent-tech, DST, Scopoli, and Fvmat are the five finalists chosen for the accelerated development track under a hybrid work model at Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Innovation Centre, where they will benefit from working with the company’s best technology experts.

The five companies were selected out of hundreds of companies that expressed their interest in the accelerator and from over 90 which applied to the Innovation Center. Following the shortlisting stage, which selected 17 companies, a steering committee consisting of IAI’s R&D and innovation managers, chose the projects that will join the specialized accelerated track.

The accelerated track, scheduled to open on 1 November, will run for 13 weeks, and will operate in a first-of-its-kind hybrid working model with IAI’s top tech experts to co-create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). QuantLR will join IAI\ELTA Group’s experts in a quantum sensing project; Scopoli and the Systems, Missile and Space Group will co-develop a solution for tracking people and objects in complex terrains; Aigent-tech will work with IAI\ELTA on artificial intelligence for land applications; DST will collaborate with the Aviation Group in creation of a real-time monitoring system; and Fvmat will develop an aircraft landing gear with the help of the engineers of the Aviation and Military Aircraft Group.

Behind Closed Doors: IAI’s Innovation Centre. (Photo: IAI)

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