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Foretellix Autonomous Vehicle Safety Appoints Moshe Gavrielov to Board of Directors

| February 28, 2019
Foretellix Appoints Moshe Gavrielov to its Board of Directors

Former Xilinx CEO brings decades of experience building successful public and private companies

Foretellix, start-up automating the verification and measurable safety of autonomous vehicles (AVs), today announced the appointment of Moshe Gavrielov to its Board of Directors. Moshe recently served as the President and CEO of Xilinx, where he drove the company through a broad strategic and operational transformation resulting in a significant market cap expansion approaching a valuation of $20B. Today he serves as a Member of the TSMC BOD Compensation Committee and the Executive Chairman of the Board of Wind River Systems, a TPG Company.

Moshe previously served as executive vice president and general manager of the verification division at Cadence Design Systems. Before that, he was CEO of Verisity, Ltd., where he drove the company’s emergence from a small private entity, through a successful NASDAQ IPO, delivering ongoing profitable top and bottom-line growth leading to the eventual acquisition by Cadence for $315M.

“I am honored to welcome Moshe to the board of directors,” said Ziv Binyamini, CEO of Foretellix. “Moshe has not only led a multi-billion dollar company, but has previously worked with many of the Foretellix leaders to build a successful start-up focused on measurable verification.”

“It is a privilege to join the Foretellix board and help shape the future of mobility,” said Gavrielov. “I strongly believe in the ability of this leadership team to enable measurable safety, removing the largest barrier to the broad deployment of autonomous vehicles.”

Foretellix develops a coverage driven verification framework, intelligent automation and analytics to realize the safety of autonomous vehicles, and to extract the metrics to prove it.

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