ELEVATOR PITCH

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“Fore­casts af­fect peo­ple’s safety and $3 tril­lion of the U.S. econ­omy, yet there’s been no ma­jor new way to ob­serve the weather in 50 years. Cli­ma­cell gives peace of mind by pro­vid­ing the high­est de­gree of fore­cast­ing ac­cu­racy. Cli­ma­cell’s soft­ware can give de­tails about the in­ten­sity and type of pre­cip­i­ta­tion on one street ver­sus an­other. It can also pre­dict if it will rain on a spe­cific plane, con­struc­tion crane or base­ball game with 90% ac­cu­racy. Cli­ma­cell’s core tech­nol­ogy is based on us­ing wire­less com­mu­ni­ca­tions net­works as pas­sive weather sen­sors, which out­per­form satel­lite and radar. Cli­ma­cell’s soft­ware is be­ing used in the U.S. and will be de­ployed in­ter­na­tion­ally this year to air­lines, drone com­pa­nies, lo­gis­tics com­pa­nies and pro sports leagues.”

Dubai’s Burj Khal­ifa is the world’s tallest build­ing, but its el­e­va­tors blitz you to the 124thfloor ob­ser­va­tory in 60 sec­onds. So Is­raeli en­tre­pre­neur Shi­mon Elk­a­betz must pitch Cli­ma­cell—highly ac­cu­rate weather soft­ware—in a hurry.

BURJ KHAL­IFA FLOORS: 163 SEC­ONDS: 60 WORDS PER MINUTE: 130

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