We believe that necessity is the mother of invention, and our topmost goal is responding to the needs of the people who require these technologies. Here at MILBAT we are connected to those needs, and encounter them daily.
Since its foundation in 2013, PETEL development center has initiated several projects, some of which are already on the market, improving the life quality of our target audiences. These products had begun their existence as abstract ideas brought up by a physiotherapist, a person suffering from MS, a paralyzed person confined to a wheelchair, a music therapist, a speech therapist, and many others.
The center operates in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy’s Innovation Authority, business investors, social security, the IVN foundation, and others.
Once it is initiated, an average project takes around a year to reach the stage of serial production. The PETEL staff is responsible for the entire development process, from fundraising, through contractual agreements, full technical specification, patent registration, assembling a development team, and eventually developing the product. By the end of the process, several working models are constructed and a final product portfolio is submitted.
For further details
please contact Avi Rabinowitz, CEO PETEL
052-7224242, 07-222-30007 email@example.com
A small robotic system for opening and closing doors via a smartphone app.
A mobile footrest mechanism, which can be temporarily connected to the user’s feet as a replacement for the regular wheelchair footplates.
A system that helps people with diminished memory capability to easily locate lost objects around the house.
An electronic device designed to locate these lost objects around the house, helping those with cognitive impairment that find it frustrating to locate their personal effects.
The kit includes two main parts – A fixed unit to hang on the wall and 6 receiver units attached to various objects of your choice.