Israeli Driver Security Startup SaverOne Trying to Develop to the NASDAQ – Jewish Enterprise Information

Israeli Driver Security Startup SaverOne Trying to Develop to the NASDAQ

The corporate already lists on the TASE.

SaverOne is an Israeli firm which affords a brand new system takes which might take management over a driver’s phone and stop the usage of harmful functions. Globes reviews that the corporate is considering of providing its shares on the market on the NASDAQ. The information comes lower than a yr after it went public on the Tel Aviv Inventory Change (TASE).

Based in 2014, SaverOne incorporates an In-Car Safety System for stopping accidents resulted from Texting & Driving (T&D). These accidents account for 25% of all accidents! (greater than driving whereas intoxicated). That is achieved by stopping the usage of texting functions by the motive force when the automobile is in movement, whereas all different passengers aren’t affected.

How usually have you ever heard about the issue f texting whereas driving? What number of crashes has it induced? What number of instances do they report on the information a few pedestrian hit by a automobile as a result of the motive force was distracted texting? Even with the widespread ticketing of individuals caught utilizing their sensible telephones whereas driving folks nonetheless proceed to do that.

SaverOne declares that it permits further progress engine by offering synchronized automobile and cell parameters from the automobile and the cell, creating an on-line “Enhanced Massive Information”platform.
Since SaverOne’s TASE IPO which was held in in June 2020, the corporate’s share worth has risen by 80%. The corporate now has a market cap of NIS 200 million ($63 million).

So why additionally add a NASDAQ itemizing. Israeli excessive tech corporations usually search for a New York itemizing first. Their eschewing of the TASE has been considerably of a thorny concern in Israel over time. So is SaverOne going to desert the TASE finally?


The corporate defined its reasoning for this transfer to Globes. Apparently it has to with curiosity from the Individuals. “On account of enquiries that the corporate has obtained from American traders about investing within the firm’s shares and concerning itemizing shares on Nasdaq, and since the corporate is increasing its actions abroad, the corporate’s board has determined to arrange a committee to look at features of an providing and or itemizing on Nasdaq.”

In different SaverOne information, the corporate has signed a cope with Foresight subsidiary Eye-Internet to combine the Eye-Internet Shield resolution in SaverOne’s product. In response to the settlement, the Eye-Internet Shield resolution shall be built-in within the SaverOne resolution with a purpose to provide an extra safety layer and improve its means to stop accidents by alerting drivers about potential collisions. Eye-Internet’s integration within the SaverOne resolution presents shared income stream potential that might be derived from providing elective options for an annual license charge.

The settlement additionally contemplates that SaverOne will introduce Eye-Internet to sure corporations with which it has enterprise relationships, in consideration for 10% of the revenues obtained by Eye-Internet underneath a business transaction with a 3rd get together launched by SaverOne. In flip, Eye-Internet will introduce SaverOne to Japanese automobile producers and enterprise entities with which Eye-Internet has enterprise relationships.

“We’re happy to announce our three way partnership with Eye-Internet, SaverOne’s first partnership with a expertise firm, whose actions are additionally based mostly on saving lives and decreasing street accidents. The three way partnership with Eye-Internet will enable SaverOne to supply its clients a complete security suite that features further safety-related and accident prevention companies,” mentioned Ori Gilboa, CEO of SaverOne.


Learn extra about: Eye-Internet, Foresight, NASDAQ, SaverOne, TASE


Israeli Driver Safety Startup SaverOne Looking to Expand to the NASDAQ