Israeli startup aiOla raises $25m to interface natural language to AI solutions in traditional manufacturing

Israeli startup aiOla raises $25m to interface natural language to AI solutions in traditional manufacturing

Published: 24-01-2023 12:13:00 | By: Pie Kamau | hits: 107 | Tags:

Israeli startup aiOla announced it has secured $25 million in funding led by New Era with the participation of Hamilton Lane and other investors. The Israeli startup has developed state-of-the-art voice and image recognition combined with advanced AI models to digitize, automate and streamline inspection processes. It aims to dramatically reduce operational costs, increase production time, automate trend reporting, and minimize downtime.

aiOla, which has raised a total of $33 million to date, employs 55 people, mostly in Herzliya, Israel. The company's founders are Amir Haramaty, the company's CEO, and Guy Ernst, who serves as CTO and was the director of Amazon's AI architecture.

Amir Haramaty, CEO, aiOla: "The AI revolution has yet to succeed and artificial intelligence is mostly in use by data scientists. We understood that we can make AI accessible to everyone. aiOla's proprietary and patented natural-language interface technology is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the 'gold rush" in AI adoption. Our technology spans any language or jargon for any process, offering an instant and lasting impact across a variety of industries and verticals."

Haramaty noted that he was extremely happy of the interest investors like New Era and Hamilton Lane showed in the company in a time when raising funds is far from straightforward. He explained that the company is focused on bringing its solutions to "must have" industries, such as the food and medical industries.

Gideon Argov, Managing Partner, New Era Capital: "We are delighted to be able to partner with Amir and the entire aiOla team. The company's breakthrough technology is poised to help enterprise customers save valuable time, increase the precision of critical operational recommendations and reporting and break down language-based barriers between geographies and business units."

www.aiola.com