CoreTigo is leading the revolution of wireless mission-critical communications as part of Industry 4.0. Through the reinvention of existing network and connectivity concepts, our solutions reduce the complexity of industrial automation systems, create a safer manufacturing environment, enable flexible access to more valuable data across the enterprise, and increase operational efficiency. CoreTigo’s technology is based on the IO-Link Wireless standard and creates a more connected industrial world that is not bound by cables, reliably and cost-effectively.
We are focused on further extending the connected enterprise by exposing manufacturers to a greater quantity of data from anywhere in the factory. CoreTigo’s solution addresses the true need for wireless communication of sensors, actuators and devices at the field level in the factory that cannot be addressed today by existing wireless networks. We are providing the first wireless platform that fits the harsh industrial automation demands for low latency, reliability and scalability. Our platform enables industry-specific applications that drive operational efficiency, production optimization, higher availability, and greater intelligence to manage the business.
Through our deep involvement in industry standards, our innovative technology, a broad integration ecosystem and a solution-oriented approach, our seasoned and passionate team is at the forefront of unlocking the exponential value that the Industry 4.0 revolution will be bringing to manufacturers worldwide.
VP Customer Success & Professional Services
Daniel is a wireless connectivity system professional with over 15 years of repeated success leading sizable, cross-functional teams in the development of product roadmaps, execution to production, and support of customers through production phases. Most recently, he led wireless programs at Apple, driving the definition of new technologies across different product lines. Daniel brings global experience leading multiple system groups, conceptualizing and managing product training & support. In prior positions, he managed system applications, chip design, and system architecture teams at companies such as Texas Instruments, Atmel, and Microchip.
Daniel holds a Bachelor’s Degree (B.Sc) in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree of Business Administration (MBA) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer
Gabi holds an Information Systems & Industrial Engineering degree (B.Sc with honors) and an MBA from the Ben-Gurion University.
Moran holds a Master’s degree in Labor Studies from the Tel-Aviv University.
INVESTORS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Ralf-Michael Franke joined Siemens in 1985 and brings decades of leadership and expertise in the industrial space. In 1998, he took over as Head of Quality Assurance, and in 2000 took charge of coordinating the inter-divisional development of the new SINAMICS drives platform. From 2003 onwards, he managed the top+ company program Innovation in Munich. In 2004, he became CEO of the Siemens Industrial Automation Systems Business Unit. In 2011, he took over leadership of the Drive Technologies division. As of October 2014, Mr. Ralf-Michael Franke served as the CEO of the Factory Automation Business Unit.
Boaz Peer is a Director at Qualcomm Ventures and focuses on investments in Israel and Europe, across various domains and serves as a board member/investor in companies such as Prospera, Wiliot, CyberX (acquired by Microsoft), Flolive, Siklu and i3 Equity Partners. Before joining Qualcomm Ventures, Boaz led Qualcomm business development in Israel in various domains such as mobile, automotive and IOT. Boaz also led Qualcomm Israel program management group, and prior to that worked at Rafael as a project manager.
Ben is Managing Partner at Sierra Ventures and has been with the firm since 2000. Ben is an engineer and inventor by background. He is passionate about emerging sectors and breakthrough ideas. His investment philosophy is finding early-stage companies with great technologies that can truly make a difference and helping entrepreneurs turn ideas into market leaders. His current portfolio and selected past companies are focused on AI & ML, IoT, IT & Cloud Computing, Mobile Communications, Semiconductors & Component Technologies, Smart Machines and VR/AR.
Yahal Zilka is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Ofek Ventures and Magma Venture Partners. He serves as Director on the boards of Gloat, Valens Semiconductor, Applitools and ScyllaDB. Yahal was an active investor and Board member at Waze (acquired by Google), Optimal Plus (acquired by NI), Onavo (acquired by Facebook), Magisto (acquired by Vimeo), Replay Technologies (acquired by Intel), DesignArt Networks (acquired by Qualcomm), Hola (acquired by EMK), Indegy (acquired by Tenable) and Phonetic Systems (acquired by Nuance). Yahal served as CFO of VocalTec Communications which pioneered VOIP, and took the company public on the Nasdaq. He is also a Board member of the Israeli Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) association.
Gonzalo is Founder and General Partner of Cardumen Capital. Gonzalo sits on the board of Neureality, SecondNature, LendAI, Spotnix and Multivu. Prior to Cardumen, Gonzalo founded and headed Samsung Ventures Israel, leading investments in companies such as CorePhotonics, PrimeSense, Replay, and Elastifile (acquired by Samsung, Apple, Intel and Google respectively). He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London, a degree in Economics from LSE and an MBA from UC Berkeley. He is passionate about surfing, skiing and nature.