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ADASKY Stock

ADASKY is an Israeli startup that builds far-infrared sensor and intelligent thermal sensing technologies for autonomous electric vehicles.

About ADASKY Stock

Founded

2016

ADASKY is a developer and manufacturer of intelligent thermal sensing technologies, was established with the purpose of solving the problem of perception gaps left by other sensors in automated vehicles by way of intelligent thermal cameras, making cars function better and safer to drive at all levels of automation. As ADASKY evolved, it began developing advanced thermal imaging solutions to address additional mobility challenges such as smart city roadway safety for all road users and safe entry into public places, to help mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. The company's Viper is a high-resolution, thermal camera for autonomous vehicles with minimal size, weight, and power consumption, and no moving parts. AdaSky's advanced thermal sensing solution allows vehicles to sense and analyze their surroundings by passively collecting far-infrared signals through the detection of thermal energy In just a few years, ADASKY revolutionized the thermal sensing industry by creating end-to-end, the smallest, most intelligent, energy-efficient camera systems in the market, at a price that anyone can afford, making safety accessible to all, for safe travel and a safe return.

ADASKY Management

Leadership team at ADASKY

Founder, CTO & President

Avi Katz

VP Sales

Raz Peleg

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