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This is the Company’s first purchase order from Australia, representing expansion to new territories
REHOVOT, Israel, Jan. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Maris-Tech Ltd. (Nasdaq: MTEK) (“Maris-Tech” or the “Company”), a B2B provider of intelligent video transmission technology with AI acceleration for edge platforms, today announced the expansion of the Company’s global reach, following the receipt of a $660,000 purchase order from a new customer based in Australia.
The purchase order is for Onyx, a product which is based on a Jupiter AI derivative platform. The product will allow the customer enhanced AI capabilities for vehicle’s video management system (VMS) used in the Homeland Security (HLS) sector.
The Company expects to deliver the order during 2023.
“We continue to execute our business growth strategy, including the expansion to new territories, obtaining new customers and partners and offering advanced new products,” said Israel Bar, Chief Executive Officer of Maris-Tech. “We believe that this new order along with our recent orders, including the previous $1.1 million purchase order from leading Israeli defense company, are testimonies for our strong product and technology offerings as well as the growing interest around the Company’s solutions.”
About Maris-Tech Ltd.
Maris-Tech is a B2B provider of intelligent video transmission technology, founded by veterans of the Israel technology sector with extensive electrical engineering and imaging experience. Our products are designed to meet the growing demands of commercial and tactical applications, delivering high-performance, compact, low power and low latency solutions to companies worldwide, including leading electro-optical payload, RF datalink and unmanned platform manufacturers as well as defense, HLS, and communication companies. For more information, visit https://www.maris-tech.com/.
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Adi and Michal PR- IR
Investor Relations, Israel