DiA Imaging Analysis, a Be’er Sheva, Israel-based artificial intelligence medical imaging analysis startup, closed a $5m funding round.
Nucleix Ltd., a Rehovot, Israel-based cancer detection and screening company, received €2.5m in funding.
Takeaway.com N.V. (AMS: TKWY), a B2C online food delivery marketplace operating in Continental Europe and Vietnam, is to acquire 10bis, a Tel Aviv, Israel based online food marketplace that provides employee meal benefits plans to corporations.
AllCloud, an Israeli cloud solutions provider specializing in cloud enablement, from cloud infrastructure to CRM and ERP cloud applications, raised $7m in funding.
OrthoSpin Ltd., a Misgav, Israel-based developer of smart, robotic external fixation system for orthopedic treatments, completed an investment round of $3m.
PayU, a Hoofddorp, The Netherlands-based online payment service provider, acquired ZOOZ, an Israeli payments technology platform.
AnyVision, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based designer and developer of artificial intelligence and computer vision technology, secured $28m in Series A financing.
Proggio, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based Project Management company which takes on traditional Gantt-based tools such as Microsoft Project and Smartsheets, raised $2M in funding.
Toka, a Tel Aviv, Israel—based cyber capacity-building company, raised $12.5m in seed funding.
Photomyne, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based photo scanner app developer with two A.I-based algorithm patents, closed a $5m Series A funding round.
Mantis Vision, a Petach Tikva, Israel-based provider of advanced 3D sensing, volumetric content acquisition and sharing technologies, closed its $55m Series D funding round.
NewStem Ltd., a Jerusalem-based biotech with a novel precision-medicine technology that can increase chemotherapy’s effectiveness, raised $4m in seed financing.
Trigo Vision, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based computer vision startup for the retail industry, raised $7M in seed funding.
Aurora Labs, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based creator of a predictive maintenance solution for future-proof automotive software, closed an $8.4m Series A funding.
Arbe Robotics, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based company advancing 4D high-resolution imaging radar, raised $10m in additional funding.