Colorful, lightweight plastic wheelchairs designed and made in Israel are being distributed through charitable organizations to needy children in Israel. This initiative is happening in the Palestinian Authority territories, Peru, Tajikistan and more. All of this is thanks to the vision of Pablo Kaplan, a former executive vice president of Israel’s multinational company Keter Plastic.
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Apart from supporting innovation efforts of large international companies and partnering with seasoned technology teams, Nekuda has extensive (and quite fascinating!) experience working with startups. Israel, where we are based, is called the startup nation for a reason: here the entrepreneurial spirit lingers in the air and ignites lots of original ideas. Naturally, Israeli inventors […]
The Occipital Bridge is a mixed reality headset for iPhones made by Occipital, a technology manufacturer from the US. This headset requires the user’s iPhone (6S and up) as well as the Occipital Structure Sensor, a mobile 3D scanning device. Nekuda is proud to be involved with the design and development of the recently launched Occipital […]
Geektime.co.il met Nekuda to learn of Israeli technologies debuting in CES 2015. See link here. Why Nekuda? Because Israeli startups such as Humavox, Zutalabs and Freshub, and global brands such as TDK, Occipital and Samsung Electronics, meet at Nekuda to innovate their next generation products, and user experiences. Integrating product, design and engineering, and managing turnkey […]