Israel to Exhibit in City Pavilion at SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024: Meet cutting-edge technologies from Startup Nation!

The Israel City Pavilion will be exhibited at SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024, which will be held at Tokyo Big Sight for two days on May 15 and 16, 2024. At the pavilion, 11 cutting-edge technology companies in the field of infrastructure will introduce their services and products at their respective booths.

SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024 is Asia's largest global conference event that disseminates future urban models both domestically and internationally. By holding three programs at the same time: “Showcase Program to Experience Tokyo in 2050”, “Asia's Largest Global Startup Program”, and “City Leaders Program with Leaders from Five Continents Gather”, this event creates innovations that create new sustainable value to solve common urban issues. Various stakeholders, including leading startups from Asia and the world, investors, large companies, countries/ cities, and student entrepreneurs, foster business open innovation that has a major impact on society and the economy.

With cutting-edge technology, diverse ideas, and digital know-how, SusHi Tech is expected to attract 40,000 cumulative attendees, over 400 startup exhibitors, and 47 countries, cities, and regions, with Israel as one of the city pavilions. Visit the Israel City Pavilion booth to experience the services and products of Israel, a country with the highest number of startups per population in the world and where innovation is the most valuable resource, fueled by an entrepreneurial culture, technological infrastructure, and abundant human resources.

SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024 Global Startup Program Exhibit Outline

Date10:00 May 15 (Wed) – 18:30 16 (Thu)
VenueTokyo Big Sight (3-11-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo)
Exhibit LocationSusHi Tech Tokyo 2024 Global Startup Program West Exhibition Hall 1 & 2
City Pavilion – Israel Booth
Official Sponsors
Embassy of Israel, Economic Affairs Section, SivanS Lab by SivanS Ltd.
Chartered Investment Managers Pte Ltd. (CIM)
Japan Israel Business Forum, Japan-Israel Innovation Network

Participating Israeli Companies

GeoX GIS Innovations is an Israeli AI and data provider company founded in 2018 by Izik, who previously led a geospatial intelligence team in the Israeli army. The company creates 3D map databases by combining high-quality aerial photography data, geospatial information, and patented proprietary AI models, and uses the resulting site and building data to provide benefits such as “accurate property information,” “visualization and quantification of possible future building risks,” and “rapid response after a disaster. We provide benefits such as “accurate property information,” “visualization and quantification of possible future building risks,” and “quick response after disasters” to insurance companies, government agencies, and various other industries.

InnerEye is an Israeli startup founded in 2014 that combines brain technology and AI. BrainTech x AI to replicate complex decision making; leverages Minded AI to combine expert decision making with artificial intelligence, resulting in highly accurate AI models, reduced AI implementation costs, and up to 15x faster model learning speeds. Optimize AI training and complex decision-making. The company's founder and current CEO, Uri Antman, previously served as VP Business Programs Manager at ElMindA, an Israeli BrainTech company, where he managed the company's first product and its customer support and commercialization in the US.

Automated Deliveries addresses the challenge of Last-Yard delivery in urban environments with integrated smart windows that form a 3D address in the sky that can be reached by Automated Deliveries’ proprietary urban drone, designed to be able to approach high-rise buildings – safely. Automated Deliveries will offer a cost-effective service to courier, e-commerce, food, and drone delivery companies in urban areas.

myAir /Minerva goods LTD. is a food tech company that uses proprietary AI algorithms to personalize stress relief with plant-based nutritional sources. The company blends herbal extracts based on deep profiling machine learning technology to match consumers' unique stress profiles and psychological needs. myAir has already successfully conducted POCs with U.S. consumers and has partnered and licensed its personalization platform's services to CEO Rachel Yorcony Goldstein has spent the past 20 years in business leadership positions at food and pharmaceutical companies such as Strauss, Nestlé, and Teva Pharmaceuticals.

Innoviz is a world leader in LiDAR technology and a Tier-1 supplier to the world's leading automakers, committed to a future of safe autonomous vehicles on the world's roads. Innoviz LiDAR and cognitive software reduces the potential for error and meets the automotive industry's demanding expectations for performance and safety. With operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia, Innoviz LiDAR is widely used by international luxury car brands, as well as other commercial and industrial leaders. The company was founded in 2016 by CEO Omar David Keilaf and his team, who have engineering experience in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and STMicroelectronics.

MEDIAI provides an application that uses AI to address the challenges faced by travelers seeking medical aid and treatment in their destinations. The company is a joint venture created by Israel's RAYONOT and Japan's Y&A Corporation with the mission of providing a safe and secure environment for travelers around the world. Combining Israeli technology with Japanese precision, the company provides innovative solutions to meet the needs of the modern traveler.

AppsFlyer helps brands make good choices for their business and their customers with its advanced measurement, data analytics, deep linking, engagement, fraud protection, data clean room and privacy preserving technologies. Built on the idea that brands can increase customer privacy while providing exceptional experiences, AppsFlyer empowers thousands of creators and 10,000+ technology partners to create better, more meaningful customer relationships. To learn more, visit

proteanTecs is the leading provider of deep data analytics for advanced electronics monitoring. Trusted by global leaders in the datacenter, automotive, communications and mobile markets, the company provides system health and performance monitoring, from production to the field. By applying machine learning to novel data created by on-chip monitors, the company's deep data analytics solutions deliver unparalleled visibility and actionable insights—leading to new levels of quality and reliability. The company was founded in 2017 by industry veterans, including co-founders of Mellanox (acquired by Nvidia), the company is headquartered in Israel with offices in the United States, India, South Korea and Taiwan.

Imagry is an automated driving software provider developing AI-based mapless SAE L3 / L4 driving systems. The combined perception and motion planning solution enables Level 3 or Level 4 automated driving in passenger cars and buses, reducing multiple investment costs for continuous satellite connectivity and digital HD mapping of roads and cities. Eran Ofir, the company's CEO, has a proven track record of driving business growth and significant annual sales, and has led business units for global high-tech companies, providing software services and licensing, maintenance, hardware, consulting services, and outsourcing to customers. Mr. Eran Ofir has a proven track record of driving business growth and significant annual sales.

Forsea is a cellular fisheries company with platform technology for cell culture and three-dimensional organization of eels and other fish and shellfish. The company's organoid technology for culturing fish cells creates an ideal environment for fish and shellfish cells to grow into three-dimensional cell structures, similar to what occurs in nature. The company was founded by biotechnology engineers Roy Neer (MBA), Moriah Shimoni (PhD), Yiftav Nachman (PhD), and Yaniv Elkovy (PhD) with the backing of the Israel Innovation Authority, an Israeli government agency, and incubator The Kitchen Hub The Kitchen Hub was established with the backing of the Israel Innovation Authority, an Israeli government agency, and The Kitchen Hub, an incubator.

CoolAutomation is a global provider of innovative products that enable seamless HVAC integration and remote management, service, diagnostics, and universal system control. Founded in 2009 and specializing in VRF, Split systems, and heat pumps with over 10,000 customers in more than 100 countries, CoolAutomation has become the go-to choice for professionals looking to save energy, enhance service, and reduce costs for both residential and commercial sites. The company CEO, Yaron Benvenisti is an entrepreneur and CEO with over 30 years of experience in the global high-tech market.

If you would like to have a meeting with a participating Israeli company, we can provide you with a coupon for your visit. Please contact the Economic Affairs Division of the Embassy of Israel here.