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Lots of Excitement at Ayyeka in First Quarter 2022

Lots of Excitement at Ayyeka in First Quarter 2022

With the ease in travel restrictions after two years, Ayyeka is back on the road visiting old friends in the U.S. and entertaining new ones at our Jerusalem HQ in Q1 2022.

  • Ayyeka’s top team flew to Cincinnati, Ohio to see our friends at Metropolitan Sewer District Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC). Our digital deployment assists the utility with combined sewer overflows, making the Ohio River safer and cleaner. CEO Ariel Stern, CTO Yair Poleg, PhD and Head of Corporate Development Yosef Adest met with the utility.

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  • After the Ohio trip, Yair Poleg jetted to San Francisco for the tinyML Summit 2022 where he participated in the “tinyML for Good” discussion. He promoted the current and potential future uses for machine learning embedded on small devices to serve Environmental Sustainable Goals.

 

TinyML Foundation Ayyeka March 2022

  • In Jerusalem, Director for Sales Development Aryeh Canter took a break from his hectic schedule to meet with students from Imperial College, UK. He gave them a primer on Israel’s innovative tech scene, explaining why it is known worldwide as a “start-up nation.”

Aryeh Canter Imperial College UK Students

  • Yosef Adest received guests from the great state of Texas on a professional pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Officials from Cedar Park promoted the Austin, TX suburb as an up-and-coming tech hub.

Yosef Adest received partners from USA Texas at Ayyeka Headquarters

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