The U.S. Should Invest More in Joint Projects With Israel, Says Retiring BIRD Chairman
Phillip Singerman, BIRD Foundation’s co-chairman, spoke to Calcalist Tuesday about his nine-year tenure and his plans for retirement in January 2020
CTECH by Calcalist | 4/12/19
Newswise — WASHINGTON D.C. – The Israel – U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation is seeking proposals for collaborative projects to develop advanced technologies for the homeland security mission. The BIRD Homeland Security (HLS) program is a joint initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and the Israel Ministry of Public Security (MOPS).
“We are pleased to announce this year’s call for proposals in areas relating to homeland security,” said Dr. Eitan Yudilevich, Executive Director of the BIRD Foundation. “Five new topic areas were added to the solicitation this year, and we look forward to assisting in the collaborative efforts between U.S. and Israeli organizations through the program.”
Newswise | 6/03/2019
mPrest to Partner with Southern Company for Grid Modernization and Distributed Smart Energy Applications
The project will bring Israel’s smart grid technology to leading US energy company to improve energy-related solutions for customers
mPrest, the mission-critical monitoring, control, and big data analytics software leader for the internet of the energy market, and Southern Company, the premier US energy company, have announced a collaboration to develop and implement a solution to further enhance the resiliency, efficiency, and flexibility of Southern Company’s distribution system.
As the first step in the partnership, Southern Company and mPrest were awarded a grant from BIRD Energy, a program sponsored by the US Department of Energy, the Israeli Ministry of Energy, jointly with the Israel Innovation Authority and managed by the Israel-US Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation.
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IsraelDefense | 8/01/2019