New Video Interview Outlines the Work of Israeli Tech Giant A2Z Technologies Canada Corp.

Yavne, Israel – December 1, 2019

A2Z, one of Israel’s most influential and innovative technology companies, has released a video interview showcasing the work and background of its CEO Joseph Ben Tsur. The company has made great strides on both a local and global platform with Mr. Joseph at the helm, particularly in the arena of military grade technology.

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In the interview, Mr. Joseph outlines his impressive career, which includes working with some of the world’s most successful companies, including Elad, Shamrock Group, and Comfy Interactive Movies. Over the years he has established himself not only as a respected business strategist and mentor, but also as someone who breaks boundaries and encourages companies to multiply their profits and assert themselves in new regions and companies.


Today the company specializes in adapting military grade technology into everyday life. Inventions such as robot firefighters and threat identifiers with the intelligence to open doors and suitcases, and life saving devices have put the A2Z firmly at the cutting edge of robot tech.


Among A2Z’s near future releases is the Life Saving Capsule; an ingenious new device designed to prevent vehicle fires. The innovative system protects drivers and passengers involved in collisions, entering into “life saving operation” when activated by sensors in the airbag.


In the video, Mr. Joseph explains more about how the inventions have reduced the risk of death in vehicle fires and explosions to zero, and why the preservation of life is the company’s number one priority. “Our knowledge, expertise and industry contacts have put us in the perfect position to innovate; saving lives whilst also being able to make huge profits”


To watch the video and find out more about A2Z’s revolutionary work in technology