Saar Yoskovitz is the co-founder and CEO of Augury, the industrial internet of things technology company bringing predictive maintenance to new markets. He is an avid entrepreneur that has extensive experience in machine learning, signal processing algorithms and system architecture.
Prior to founding Augury, Saar worked as an analog architect at Intel, where he played a role in analyzing, designing and building the company's microprocessors. In his current role, Saar works toward building a future where machines around us are more reliable and have less impact on the environment.
Saar holds bachelor degrees in electrical engineering and physics from the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion). During his studies, Saar initiated a voluntary project called "Select - Students for Technological Advancement," for which he received the Israel's Council of Higher Education (MALAG) award for social involvement.