Need 10 surveillance drones, 10 backpacks and 10 sets of supporting gear? The package was priced to move at $50,000.
How about Kydex holsters for frags and flash-bangs, or the latest in facial-recognition software?
Sixteen vendors showcased that latest in high-tech Israeli gear Sunday at the Israeli Technology & Innovation (ITI) Demo Day 2019, which was held at the Rancho Verde range near Parrish, Florida.
The event was organized by Zotagroup, which according to their website “was established to answer a specific need that we identified from previous experience in the start up world: Israeli companies in their early stage struggle to enter the North American market despite being willing and able to do so. We are here to guide them to success. ”
I appreciated the invitation and was told the event will be an annual thing.