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9.6.2017. 14:52
Europski parlament
 
Israeli Innovation Celebrated at the European Parliament
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Wednesday, June 07, 2017



Today, the European Parliament held the 'Innovation across borders' conference hosted by MEP Frédérique Ries in partnership with the European Jewish Congress (EJC). The aim of the conference is to highlight Israel’s great contribution to innovation and technology, which helps countless millions of people around the world.  

Danas se u Europskom parlamentu održava konferencija "Inovation across borders" čiji domačin je  MEP Frédérique Ries u suradnji sa Europskim Židovskim Kongresom (EJC). Zadaća je  konferencije da ukaže na  veliki doprinos Izraela   inovacijama i tehnologiji koje su  pomogle milijunima  ljudi širom svijeta.  Suradnja između Izraela i EU ,  koja je započela 1996.,  a traje i danas,  pokazuje kako korisna može biti suradnja.

 Preko 3.000 projekata  koje su predložili Izraelci je odobreno  u programima EU i obuhvatilo je 4.435 učesnika.  Bilo  je 2.450 akademskih istraživača, 1270 industrijskih istraživača  i 715 istraživača iz drugih područja.

Dva inovacijska projekta koja već imaju veliku primjenu u svijetu su u području opskrbe vodom i  "cybersecurity" kiberrnetska sigurnosti su prikazana.

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Arye Kohavi presented the devise he created in order to extract drinkable water out of air and how this could bring hope for the 780 million people living in those countries that have difficulty in providing water for their population, due to drought, poor infrastructure and strong demand for farming. This new technology could also help to address the challenges related to climate change.

After the recent world cyber-attacks, Irene Abezgauz demonstrated with concrete examples how to shift the balance of power to the defender’s side, which means ‘hack the hackers’ and intercept attackers during the reconnaissance phase, reveal them and confiscate their tools. Her innovative technology has benefited from EU funding through the Horizon 2020 programme.

“Many devices that are key to European citizens’ health and well-being as well as to Europe’s economy, were in fact originally invented in Israel and most of the time, it is unknown to the general public,”