Israeli auto tech firms seek Chinese opportunities 

Israel aims to tap the Chinese auto market with its technologies in autonomous driving, computer vision, infotainment, connected car and cyber security.

Israel's auto companies aim to bring more products and technologies to tap the huge opportunities in the sector in China.

“Israel has its advantages in advanced technologies which can be applied in cars,” said Eyal Propper, consul general of Israel in Shanghai, during an interview with Shanghai Daily today. “Both countries put great emphasis on innovation and will achieve win-win  through cooperation in the automobile industry.”

Eleven automotive technology companies attended a business seminar in Shanghai today to link up with Chinese car manufacturers in autonomous driving, computer vision, infotainment and connected car as well as cyber security.

Representatives from Israeli auto companies are eying the great opportunities resulting from rapid development of new-energy vehicles and self-driving cars in China.

Propper also said Israel will display its pharmaceutical, agricultural and dairy products at the China International Import Expo which will be held in November in Shanghai.


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