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通往安全自动驾驶之路

Foretellix为自动驾驶系统和ADAS提供安全驱动型测试验证解决方案,是业界领先的供应商。我们帮助汽车、卡车运输和采矿运输行业的客户确保安全性、降低开发成本、缩短上市时间。

Foretellix总部位于以色列的特拉维夫,同时在美国、欧洲和亚洲设有办事处,中国总部位于上海。

创始人

Foretellix的创始人团队在V&V领域拥有丰富经验。他们的初创公司通过经验证的覆盖率驱动方法、智能自动化和数据分析来验证复杂的半导体产品,最终实现了上市,随后被其他公司收购。该团队所使用的方法在如今的半导体行业中得到商业化并被广泛应用。他们对过去的经验进行了总结和调整并应用到现在的工作中,以此确保自动驾驶车辆的安全性。

投资方

董事会成员

Alex Hitzenger

Moshe Gavrielov

Chairman of the Board

Boaz Schwartz

Gil Goren

Ziv Binyamini

CEO & Co-Founder

Yoav Hollander

CTO & Founder

顾问委员会

Mark Mohr

Carl-Peter Forster

Eran Sandhaus

Alex Hitzinger

Benny Schnaider

Alex Hitzinger

CEO & Co-Founder

Alex started his automotive career at Toyota Motorsport before joining Cosworth and Red Bull Technology. Hitzinger then joined Porsche as Technical Director and Chief Engineer of Porsche 919, which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2015. He spent three years at Apple as Head of Product Design for Project Titan. Most recently, Hitzinger served as Senior Vice President of Autonomous Driving at VW Group and Member of the Executive Board VWN, where he was involved in developing the ID Buzz. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of Artemis GmbH, where he was the Chief Architect of the revolutionary new vehicle concept for next-generation autonomous mobility for their flagship-product Audi Landjet.

Moshe Gavrielov

Chairman of the Board

Moshe Gavrielov last served as the President and CEO of Xilinx from 2008-2018, during which the company delivered three successive generations of technology leadership. These yielded revenue growth to over $2.5B, significantly increased profitability, and market share expansion. As a result market capitalization quadrupled during his tenure and approached $20B. Prior to that Moshe was the CEO of Verisity, delivered revenue growth to over $70M while leading its successful IPO in 2001 and led its sale to Cadence for $315M in 2005. Prior to Verisity, Moshe served in numerous executive management roles in LSI Logic, Digital Equipment and National Semiconductor.

Boaz Schwartz

Chairman of the Board

Boaz Schwartz is a seasoned finance professional and a tech investor. Dr. Schwartz has founded and managed Deutsche Bank Israel for 24 years and until December 2020. Following his retirement from Deutsche Bank, Boaz has become an active tech investor in both early and late-stage companies. Dr. Schwartz is a board member of IDC Herzliya, iArgento Ltd and the vice-Chairman of Zabar Solar Ltd. He earned a Ph.D in Finance from the University of Chicago; MBA with Distinction from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania; MSc and BSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tel Aviv.

Gil Goren

CEO & Co-Founder

Gil Goren joined 83North in 2016, after more than a decade at EMC in a variety of roles in Boston and Tel Aviv. At his last role as SVP & Managing Partner at EMC Ventures he managed strategic partnerships Investments and M&A internationally. Prior investments include Anobit (acquired by Apple), XtremIO & ScaleIO (both acquired by EMC), Cyvera & Secdo (both acquired by Palo Alto Networks), Adallom (acquired by Microsoft), CloudEndure (acquired by Amazon) Jfrog, RedisLabs, Guardicore and VastData among others. Currently on the boards of VDOO, Foretellix, and IBEX. He has B.SC in Electrical Engineering from the Technion and MBA from Boston University.

Ziv Binyamini

CEO & Co-Founder

Ziv is a verification visionary and a passionate leader. Previously, Ziv served as Corporate VP at Cadence running the simulation and verification business. Through his career at Cadence, Verisity and Intel, Ziv led the development of verification businesses including chip simulation and Verification IP, industry first Coverage Driven Verification solutions and test bench products including Specman for chip verification and Perspec for SoC HW/SW verification.

Yoav Hollander

CTO & Founder

Yoav is a world expert and leader in complex systems expert verification and validation. he Invented the “e” verification language and related methodology (later followed by the UVM methodology). Yoav founded Verisity to deliver “e” and related tools. Verisity was acquired by Cadence Design Systems. In the last few years, Yoav has been researching complex-system verification.

Mark Mohr

VP Global Sales & Business Development

Since March 2021 Mark is SVP of Vehicle Technology at Volvo Group Truck Technology. Before he was Head of Development Commercial Vehicle Division at ZF Friedrichshafen AG. In this role, Mark’s main was on driver assistance systems automation, new hardware, and software architectures besides the classical driveline and chassis business. Since his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany, he has a long experience in simulation and digital engineering.

Carl-Peter Forster

VP Global Sales & Business Development

Carl-Peter Forster started his career at McKinsey & Company as a management consultant in 1982. After four years there, he joined BMW in Munich, where he became a member of the Executive Board in 1999 as head of global manufacturing. In 2001, he joined the European division of General Motors and became Managing Director of Opel and Vice President of GM Europe. In 2006 he became CEO and President of GM Europe and joined the parent company’s Global Automotive Strategy Board. After leaving General Motors, he became Group CEO at Tata Motors, where he was responsible for the Jaguar and Land Rover brands. In 2013, he joined the boards of Geely Automotive Holdings and Volvo Cars.

Eran Sandhaus

Eran recently led Delphi Automotive’s (now Aptiv) Autonomous Driving and Connected Services business unit, overseeing global engineering teams, business staff and wholly owned subsidiaries focused on providing hardware, software, algorithms and cloud services to transform future mobility. Prior to Delphi, Eran was a senior executive for over 20 years in Fortune 500 companies including Qualcomm, Cypress, Texas Instruments and Marvell. During this period Eran led global businesses, operations and M&A focused on server communications, storage, mobile handsets and Internet-of-Things (IoT) for consumer, automotive and industrial applications.

Benny Schnaider

Benny Schnaider is a high-tech serial entrepreneur. Benny co-founded Ravello Systems and served as its President and Chairman. The company has developed an over-the-top cloud services. Since Ravello acquisition by Oracle in 2016, Benny serves as VP SW development for Oracle-Ravello. Previously, Benny co-founded and was the CEO Qumranet (KVM), acquired by Red Hat in 2008. Co-founded P-Cube, acquired by Cisco in 2004. Benny was the CEO and Founder of PentaCom Ltd., acquired by Cisco in 2000. Benny invests and serves as a board member in several startups like: Traffix Systems (acquired by F5 in 2012) and B-Hive (acquired by VMware in 2008), ScyllaDB, Otonomo, Colabo, CathWorks.

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