From lifesaving medical apps to the computer chips that keep our laptops zooming through cyberspace, Israeli technology gets a huge shout out during this session of Parliament!
British Member of Parliament Michael Fabricant took the opportunity recently to extol Israeli technology and question his colleagues about what they’re doing to ensure that the U.K. nurtures high-level collaborations with the Jewish state’s innovators.
Specifically, Fabricant highlighted technology pioneered by Magen David Adom (Israel’s arm of the Red Cross) that streams medical records and geographic locations to first responders tending to those in need of care in crisis situations or standard first aid calls.
Fabricant also reminds his fellow parliamentarians that their computers run on chips developed in Israel.
Every Israel-lover will be proud to hear this nation’s accomplishments trumpeted in Parliament!
Source: United with Israel