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Israel’s “Water City” in China – A Golden Opportunity for Israeli Companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Minister Bennett, Ambassador Vilnai and Chinese officials

The Minister of Economy, Naftali Bennett, today launched “Water City” – the flagship Israeli project in China, and announced the selection of the city of Shouguang in the Shandong province to be the Israeli “Water City” in China.  The announcement Read More

Czech-Israeli Seminar Opens Czech Water Market to Israeli Companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Czech-Israeli Seminar

The Czech-Israeli “romance” in the water arena began at the international WATEC event, when Dr. Pavel Punčochář, who is responsible for the water arena at the Czech Ministry of Agriculture, met Oded Distel, head of Israel NewTech, and saw Israeli Read More

Israel’s AutoAgronom in $20M Exit to China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
AutoAgronom

China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group has announced that it had bought Israeli company AutoAgronom for $20 million.  AutoAgronom’s systems use sensors to sample soil, perform analysis, and automatically activate irrigation and fertilization. The Company’s systems are used in 70 different types Read More

Netafim Innovation Saves Water in Agriculture

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
netafim

Netafim annonced successful results of a pilot project of its uManage platform, which helps farmers compile and analyze data, as well as monitor and record irrigation/fertilizer performance and yields. The software enables growers to make decisions based on analysis of Read More

Tal-Ya Named Finalist in Imagine H2O Global Competition

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Tal-Ya was named a finalist in the prestigious Imagine H2O Global Competition for start-up companies active in the water arena, under the theme of water and agriculture. Tal-Ya is now one of 12 companies competing for the top honor, which Read More

Dutch and Israeli students innovate in Wetskills Israel 2013 competition in Technion

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
The winning students with representatives of the Shefar'am Regional Water Corporation (from left to right): Ahlam Ganam, Menno Brouwer, Noa Aharoni, Erinke Siegersma, Dr. Ahmed Hijazi and Dennis Steinberg.

Graduate students taking part in a joint Israeli-Dutch workshop at the Stephen and Nancy Grand Water Research Institute (GWRI), Technion – Israel Institute of Technology at the beginning of the week presented solutions to water issues to Mr. Wienjes (President Read More