CarEmotion is a subsidiary of GoNet IT Solutions. GoNet develops various systems for defense institutions, insurance companies, banks and other large organizations. The Company provides products and initiatives in various fields, including encryption, screening and scheduling systems, and more. The Company began developing the product three years ago, after many fatalities from this cause in Israel. The majority of the financial investment thus far has been in development and trials.
How It Works
- Today, there are over 2.5 million vehicles on the road in Israel, including over 2 million private vehicles.
- In the United States, this number is more than 100 times greater.
- One of the primary aims of the plan is to penetrate the world market through publicity and exposure to raise awareness.
- The business plan is based on exceeding 1% market penetration within 4 years.
- The race for a solution to the problem of small children being forgotten in cars is taking place in various countries that are seeking solutions. Regulatory bodies are interested in technological solutions.
To integrate the system as a mandatory standard for vehicles owned by private and public companies, and to instill awareness of the need to install the device in private vehicles.
To be the first and the leaders in the market for installation in vehicles owned by private and public companies, as a mandatory standard. (This is being worked on at the Standards Institution of Israel).
To convince vehicle manufacturers to integrate the system as a standard.
To be the first in the market with an inexpensive, available and high-quality solution.
Dr. Gadi Shvets
Commanded a number of IDF computer units, has worked in the technology field for over 30 years, including in the IDF (automatic scheduling systems (Israeli Information Technology Association prize), command and control systems, and more. Colonel in the reserves. An entrepreneur by nature.
For more than a decade, Dr. Gadi Shvets has worked in consulting in and development of information systems and computing systems, and providing technological solutions in different fields for a variety of companies, including IBM, the airplane industry, the Scouts movement, the Amal educational network, NA’AMAT, Coca Cola, and more. Previously, he served as CEO of Calanit Carmon, a public company with some 400 employees in the field of systems development and support. Dr. Shvets retired from active army service with the rank of Colonel in 2000, after serving as commander of two computer units and as assistant to the commander of the Teleprocessing Corps. He has a bachelor’s degree in statistics and performance analysis, and an MBA in business management.
Dr. Boris Greenstein
Decades of experience in seismological research. Has worked at various start-ups as a consultant in the field, including consulting for Elbit.
Dr. Boris Greenstein, seismic analysis expert, has developed seismic systems for detecting landslides, and has developed algorithms for seismic analysis in various fields, including defense developments for detecting security threats in protecting oil and gas pipelines, detecting tunnels, and more. At CarEmotion, Boris develops algorithms for detecting people. Boris has a doctorate in electronics and a bachelor’s degree in radio engineering.
Systems development expert
David Spectorman has over 20 years of experience in developing knowledge-intensive industrial systems. He has served as director of development for a number of ventures, and has worked as a technology consultant for leading companies in the economy, as well as for the defense industries. Spectorman holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a diploma in computer engineering.
Strategic consultant. Owner of the public relations firm Ossim Inyan and of the movie production company SHOS!
For the past 15 years, Avi Shmoul has served as a strategic consultant for a series of infrastructure, high-tech and foreign trade enterprises. His clients include the Technion, the Chamber of Shipping of Israel, PORT2PORT, the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Light Rail (Neta), Netivei Israel – National Transport Infrastructure Company, Fritz Companies, the Ministry of Transport, Rambam Medical Center, Frutarom, and the Ashdod Port. He worked previously as a journalist at the Haaretz and Globes newspapers, and an editor at the Yediot Communications network and at the Schocken network. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
הכירו את הטכנולוגיה הישראלית שתמנע מכם לשכוח ילדים ברכב
קאר אימושן הוא פיתוח ישראלי חדשני שיוודא שלא השארתם תינוק או ילד ברכב אחרי שיצאתם ממנו
פיתוח ישראלי: שכחתם ילד ברכב? קבלו מסרון
אין הורה שלא פוחד לשכוח את הילד ברכב. במיוחד בימים החמים שפוקדים אותנו. אבל מערכת חדשה ופורצת דרך, פרי פיתוחם של חוקרים ישראלים, תסייע למנוע את התרחיש המסוכן הזה.
המערכת שתזהה פעימת לב של פעוט שנשכח ברכב
טכנולוגיה חדשה תוכל למנוע טרגדיות של שכחת ילדים ברכב. קאר אימושן הישראלית יודעת לזהות לב פועם של פעוט ברכב ולשלוח מסרון להורים. עכשיו רק צריך להקטין את אב הטיפוס לגודל סמרטפון.