ZF collaborates with Israeli tech companies to boost AI competence

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ZF Friedrichshafen is strengthening its artificial intelligence (AI) competence by cooperating with two Israeli tech companies, Cognata and OptimalPlus.

ZF Friedrichshafen is strengthening its artificial intelligence (AI) competence by cooperating with two Israeli tech companies, Cognata and OptimalPlus. ZF has been working with Israeli tech companies for years. Most notably, it has developed forward-facing intelligent cameras and underlying ADAS software with sensor specialist Mobileye, which is a division of chipmaker Intel.

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