Eli Israeli Joins Odysight.ai as Chief Technology Officer
OMER, Israel, Oct. 23, 2023 – Odysight.ai Inc. (OTCQB: SCTC), a leading provider of visual based predictive maintenance (PdM) and condition-based monitoring (CBM) solutions, announced today the appointment of Eli Israeli as Chief Technology Officer.
With his wealth of experience Mr. Israeli will be pivotal in helping shape and steer the Company’s technological landscape and drive innovation. As CTO, Mr. Israeli will oversee the Company’s comprehensive technology strategy which revolves around ushering in pioneering Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and Condition-Based Monitoring (CBM) solutions, powered by Odysight.ai’s cutting-edge visualization and AI platform.
Mr. Israeli’s experience and expertise will help drive to new heights the Company’s video sensor-based solutions that enhance critical systems within the aviation, transportation, and energy industries.
Mr. Israeli’s strong business and managerial background will contribute to Odysight.ai’s already strong management team to define and develop products that better meet customers’ requirements and business objectives.
Eli Israeli’s illustrious career boasts a history of leadership positions, including his role as the Chief Technology Officer at Gadfin, where he spearheaded the development and execution of Gadfin’s technology strategy, aligning these efforts with overarching business objectives and leading the charge in technology development.
Prior to his tenure at Gadfin, Mr. Israeli served as the Senior Vice President of System Engineering, Program Management, and Customer Success at the headquarters of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). In this capacity, he was instrumental in guiding system engineering teams and project managers to ensure excellence in delivery, accountability, and action.
His career journey includes an array of prestigious roles, including:
- Chairman of the consortium of AI Academy – Artificial Intelligence Training;
- Director of Program Management, Ground-Based & Missiles Defense Systems at IAI;
- Director of System Engineering and Product Management, Civil Aircraft Protection Systems at the Israel Ministry of Defense – Directorate for Defense R&D;
- Senior Systems Engineer, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle at the Israeli Air Force
- Director of R&D and Program Management, MALE Unmanned Aerial System at the Israeli Ministry of Defense – Directorate for Defense R&D.
Mr. Israeli’s impressive educational background includes an MSc in System Engineering and Program Management from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and a BSc in electrical engineering and a Bachelor of Education (BEd) from Tel -Aviv University.
Odysight.ai is pioneering the Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) markets with its visualization and AI platform. Providing video sensor-based solutions for critical systems in the aviation, transportation, and energy industries, Odysight.ai leverages proven visual technologies and products from the medical industry. Odysight.ai’s unique video-based sensors, embedded software, and AI algorithms are being deployed in hard-to-reach locations and harsh environments across a variety of PdM and CBM use cases. Odysight.ai’s platform allows maintenance and operations teams visibility into areas which are inaccessible under normal operation, or where the operating ambience is not suitable for continuous real-time monitoring.
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