• Issue: November 2018
  • Designer: Davids Ben-Hador
  • Stamp Size: 30 mm x 40 mm
  • Plate no.: 1101, 1102
  • Security mark: Microtext
  • Sheet of 10 stamps, Tabs: 5
  • Printers: Cartor Security Printing, France
  • Method of printing: Offset

The series presents two ground breaking technological products that were developed in Israel.

Collision Avoidance System
Mobileye, an Intel Company, is a global leader in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localization and mapping for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving.

Mobileye's technology keeps road users safer, reduces the risks of collision, saves lives and has the potential to revolutionize the driving experience by enabling autonomous systems for vehicles.
Mobileye reduces the risk of collision by warning the driver with visual and audio alerts in real time, providing the critical seconds needed to avoid or mitigate a Collision. The camera scans this driving scene ahead and using the Mobileye's EyeQ system-on-chip, proprietary algorithms examine it and detect other vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, lane markings and speed limit signs that may be in the vehicle's path.

Over 25 leading automakers currently rely on Mobileye technology.

Automakers are already working with Mobileye to enable autonomous driving vehicles to identify road symbols such as lanes, shoulders, barriers and similar objects, to identify and read traffic signs and traffic lights, and to create a Roadbook TM to provide maps for autonomous driving using Road Experience Management, REMâ„¢.

Mobileye acts as a co-pilot, constantly analyzing the road ahead to help prevent collisions.

Robotic Guidance of Spine Surgery
The introduction of robotics into the medical field brought new capabilities into operating rooms and expanded doctors' abilities to work beyond the limitations of their skilled surgical hands.

Robotics enables more precise surgery with mimimal invasion and increased access.

Mazor Robotics was founded based on technology developed by Prof. Moshe Shoham at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, and it is the first company in the world to produce and market robots for spine surgery.

Spine surgery is complex and dangerous due to the surgical site's proximity to the nervous system and to major arteries. The company's surgical robot is extremely precise and it has the ability to perform surgery with minimal harm to healthy tissue.

These surgical robots have redefined the way surgeons approach complex spine surgeries. They are currently operating in hundreds of hospitals and thus far have performed tens of thousands of surgeries and assisted in hundreds of thousands of implantations throughout the world.

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Israeli Achievements Robotics