NPO Advancing Hi-Tech Industries in Negev was inspired by the vision of the First Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, who saw the Negev as an area where the Jewish people could make a major contribution to humanity as a whole, making the Negev desert bloom.
The NHT Project management is carried out by a group of volunteers with professional experience in fields of engineering, management, internet technologies, academic education, finances, politics and environmentalism. We are united by the common idea of strengthening the State of Israel, helping disadvantaged social groups and regions, supporting the youth and keeping Israel’s leading technological positions.
Science and technology is one of the country's most developed sectors. Israel is a world leader in fundamental scientific research as the percentage of Israelis engaged in scientific and technological inquiry is one of the highest in the world.
Israel leads the 2014 Global Cleantech Innovation Index. The country’s lack of conventional energy sources has spurred extensive research and development of alternative energy sources.
The International Water Association has cited Israel as one of the leaders in innovative methods to reduce "nonrevenue water," i.e., water lost in the system before reaching the customer.
According to the According to the Ministry of Economy and Industry’s report, Israel in 2014 lost its top position among developed countries for national expenditures on civilian R&D as a percentage of GDP.
Israel’s high-tech industry will lack more than 10,000 engineers and programmers in the coming decade if the government doesn’t take immediate action to prepare students to meet the shortfall.
A lack of skilled human resources is a central obstacle for growth, both for startups and for more established Israeli technology companies.
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