Camero, an Israeli hi-tech startup, has clients in over thirty countries around the world. Its flagship product is its line of Xaver sensors, which use micro-power pulse radar technology to create three-dimensional images of rooms behind walls of various materials.
Veterans of the IDF’s fabled MI 8200 unit are behind a number of successful high-tech corporations, business ventures, media groups and culture initiatives.
US lawmakers on Tuesday said that Congress plans to allocate 173 million dollars for Israeli missile defense programs and 200 million dollars to purchase batteries for the Iron Dome as part of the 2014 defense budget.
Israel waits on the brink of war as U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to strike Syria remains inconclusive. On August 21, Syria attacked its own citizens using chemical weapons, shocking and infuriating nations around the world.
As the Syrian civil war enters its 3rd year the action has been getting uncomfortably close to Israel. This week, the Israeli Air Force was reported to have carried out air strikes on the outskirts of Damascus causing enormous explosions that could be felt throughout the city. While the Israeli defense establishment is keeping quiet on these strikes for now, according to sources quoted by the New York Times, the indented target was advanced weaponry of Iranian origin headed for Hezbollah gorillas in southern Lebanon.