Thu 25 January 2018 | 9:30 am - 11:00 pm
Google Campus Tel Aviv - Electra Tower, Yigal Alon 98, Tel Aviv,
The BIRD Foundation and the Israel Ministry of Public Security are conducting the seminar, “Advancing Innovation for First Responders,” on January 25, 9:30am at the Google Campus in Tel Aviv.
The seminar, in the run-up to BIRD’s Call for Proposals for First Responder Technologies (Deadline Feb. 15), will address the needs and requirements of First Responder organizations in Israel and share the experiences of Israeli companies active in the First Responder market.
The event will be conducted in Hebrew.
To ensure your place please sign up only on: http://bit.ly/2CEpVt9
Click here to check eligibility for a BIRD First Responders Grant: http://bit.ly/BIRD-FirstResponders-CallForProposals
09:30-10:00 Registration, Networking and Resfreshment
10:00-10:05 Welcome: Ms. Limor Nakar-Vincent, BIRD Foundation
10:05-10:10 Greetings: Dr. Gad Frishman, Chief Scientist, Ministry of Public Security
10:10-10:50 Addressing the Needs of First Responders:
– Introduction and Moderation – Yaron Kron, Ministry of Public Security
– Mr. David Funis, Head of ICT Department, National Fire and Rescue Authority
– Mr. Chaim Rafalowski, Disaster Management and EU Research Projects Coordinator, Magen David Adom
– Commander Ofer Shenhav, Head of the Technological Means Development Dept., Israel National Police
10:50-11:05 Fostering First Gen Technologies for First Responders:
Dr. Eitan Yudilevich, Executive Director, BIRD Foundation
11:05-11:45 The First Responders Market & Cooperation Opportunities
– Ms. Carmit Kleinman, Advanced Technology PM and Ecosystem Manager, Motorola Solutions
– Mr. Eli Ben-Yizhak, Director, Public Safety Solutions, Elbit Systems Land & C4I
– Mr. Amotz Koskas, Founder & CEO, SayVU
– Mr. Roy Peshin, Chief Technology Officer, Simlat
Noon Pre-Scheduled Meetings between Companies and First Responders Organizations