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CannaTech 2019 Israel
The CannaTech took place from March 31st to April 2nd in Tel Aviv, Israel.
A new data-driven device for indoor cultivation by Indorz. From the left: Jordan Markus, Ido Hefner and Or Blinder
Hagai Zachor, Yogev Sarid, Sheiri Shturk & Hagai Dotan with Seach. The company focuses on growing, developing and producing medical cannabis products and technologies.
Being an Israeli company and being highly valued for its dehumidification solutions, it's no wonder DryGair is present at the show. In the photo Ziv Shaked, Rona Orlicky, Anir & Hadar Fuchs.
Naama Saban, Shir Cohen & Desalei with Tikum Olan, currently building their GMP factory.
All the way from Portugal is Boaz Rubins with Minimetal, providing solutions from cultivation to distribution.
Dehumidifaction! Also at Agam they know this is of high relevance to the cannabis industry. In the photo Dan Waxman Kurt Parbst & Moshe Maroko
Olaf Mos & Arjan van der Meer with Dicans, bringing solutions from the Dutch horticulture to the cannabis industry. In the middle Dario Pobric with Agrolux, providing horticultural lighting systems.
After every presentation, judges asked questions to the presenters so to better explain their projects
Also growers werer exhibiting at the show, such as Isracann. Young Xiao was at the booth
Also Namaste Technologies was there with Meni Morim (left) and Eamon O'Callaghan (right)
And the winner was Kassi! The prize was a 5.000 dollars check to support the company's project and a plaque as a memory of the victory
At the end of the conference, everyone up to the roof to have drinks and some pizza!
Dean Segal giving a talk on the CannaTech stage about different extraction methods
CannaMed's feminzed seeds by Hemp Africa. From the left: Nathan Laparl, Mark Plaestine, Eliyahu Kazom (grower), Avi Cohen and Tomer Harbon
The first company to pitch its project was MMJGrinder that proposes a special grinder for medical cannabis users
Crystal Hemp Pharma Revolution. From the left: Prof. Antonio Mazzucco, Pietro Paolo Crocetta and Amos Radian
Hygrozyme was at the CannaTech showing its nutrients. From the left: Claudia O'Hearn, Melaine Cull and Andrew Lemckert
Lukas Roeth (left) and Sergio Martinez Bejan (right) with the seed company BBG Projects were at the company's booth
Tora Stolovitsky and Alec Burkin with Abacus
From the left: Yaron Shoob and Uri Efrati with Kassi
Extraction systems by Vanguard Scientific Systems. From the right: Matthew Anderson, Slaur Kurucu and Pablo Quiroga
From the right: Zoar Malka with Sanuvox at the company's booth together with Milo Tarshish with Sagol-Tec and Tami Durst
iCAN is an Israeli company that aims at bringing the industry together thus allowing patients easier access to medication. At its booth, there were Arielle Tandowski, Hayim Raclaw and Hilel Maor
In the end, everyone was on stage waiting for the judges to announce the winner
Just before the pitch contest, the audience was asked to support Ambucycle, an Israeli concept that gives people first aid before the ambulance arrives
Last but not least, Replennabis presented a cannabis-based product to fight hangover. According to the presenter, millions of people in the US use medications to ease hangover sympthoms
On the left, the grower Boaz Wachtel told how Roots' condensation irrigation technology worked in his greenhouse. Next to him, Adi Techmar and Noam Dinar with Roots
Good food good life! Spotted on the event: Arjan Pauw & Daan van den Boogaard with lighting provider Gavita.
Hagai Zachor or Shay Avraham Sarid doing a game of...
Who wore it better :)
Rafal Slusarczyk with ReaGenics and its innovative method to grow cannabis in lab without plants
Then, 3nitor took the stage and illustrated the concept behind its new platform
Then, it was the turn of DSI presenting their new platform soon to be funded
TheraCann was there too, showing an innovative solution for cannabis traceability. From the left: Celia Villareal and Christian Bureau
Third to come onto the stage was Kassi presentinga IoB hub for patients using medical cannabis
View of the audience attending the pitch contest
While the judges were deciding the winner of the contest, a video was projected showing the idea and the mind behind Ambucycle
A CBD extraction machine presented by Rhenium/ From the left: Dean Seagal, Yaniv Malka and Anna Abayev
In front of the show, patients protest the Health Ministry reforms, which are urging a mmj supplier to stop supplying its products to the medical market because they cannot comply with the current rules, therefor leaving various patients without medicine supply.
The new rules were supposed to be instituted on April 1 but were delayed untill the end of the month.
Israel profiles itself as the heart of cannabis research and innovation.
Time for some relaxing :)
GrowDirector CEO Dima Chernobilsky was at the CannaTech exhibiting the company's product: a control system for greenhouses & indoor farms.
Nimrod Elmish was recently appointed CEO at Cann10, a medical cannabis start up accelerator and knowledge center. On the show he was enjoying a local beer.
Good news for Seedo during the show. They announced a $4 million capital raise. No wonder CEO Zohar Levy is smiling :) In the middle Pninat Yanay, on the right Michael Maman.
Alon Granot & his colleagues with CannDoc, one of the Israeli licensed producers of cannabis-based products
A lot of media attention for the show and for the Israel cannabis industry as a whole.
© MMJDaily.com 2019
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