Verisense, is an ASIC and FPGA design services company based in Israel. Verisense customers range from the largest ASIC vendors in the world, through many of the top aerospace companies, to early stage startups. Verisense has been involved in developments in the fields of wire-line and wireless communication, Telecommunications, cellular, CPUs, graphic engines, imaging, aeronautical, space, RF, analog and mixed signal. Verisense also has unique expertise in Safety applications development for the Avionics industry (DO-254).
In recent years we expanded our business to serve also the FPGA industry. While we provide our customers all aspects of FPGA development, we have been able to illustrate to many of them the value of using advanced ASIC verification methodologies also in the FPGA world. Using this methodology we can provide complete correct-by-design FPGAs, complete coverage reports, and a virtually effortless and predictable bring-up.
The disciplines and methodologies used in the ASIC world lend themselves well to the Avionics DO-254 process for certifying FPGAs and ASICs for use in airborne systems. For the last few years we have been working with multiple customers on a number of DO-254 FPGA design and verification projects. Having gained in-depth insights into this market and its technological challenges, Verisense has developed a set of solutions including hardware testers for DO-254 FPGA certification.
Mr. Tzvika Shaked brings over 20 years of comprehensive management experience in operations and complex hardware design projects.
In his current position at Inomize, Tzvika manage Verisense activity and the operations of the Inomize-Verisense group.
Prior to founding Inomize in 2007, Tzvika has co-founded Siano Mobile Silicon, and established the HW development group.
Earlier in his career, Tzvika worked at Modem Art and Motorola Communication.
Tzvika holds B.sc degree from Ben-Gurion University
Mr. Udi Barel has 30 years of experience in the semiconductors industry and has proven record in direct and matrix R&D team management, leadership of world-wide, multi-discipline teams to first time success. Udi led the execution of breakthrough projects, multi-cores, high speed, highly integrated SoCs and was responsible for all design aspects, from architecture to physical implementation, including support for production.
Udi began his career at Motorola Semiconductor Israel (now NXP) as a designer of Communication IPs for Motorola Integrated Communication Processors, led the development of many Power Quicc Pro and QorIQ devices (PowerPC based architecture) as well as development of LS2 devices (ARM based architecture). Udi was the site manager of the southern branch of Freescale Israel located in Omer Industrial Park, managing the Netcomm R&D team that was responsible for IP and SoC development, worked closely with customer to align definition to requirements.
Udi Barel holds EMBA from Tel-Aviv university and BSc. in Electrical Engineering from the Thecnion, Israel
Mrs. Shuli Kochav Lev brings more than a decade of experience in business relationships, human resources, and logistics.
Shuli has proven abilities in development and preservation of human resources and managing training programs for new engineers. Shuli developed, established, and directly executed operating policies to support overall company policies and objectives.
Shuli helped facilitate the 2017 merge between Inomize and Verisense.
In her last position, Shuli was the HR & Admin Manager of Verisense, had overall responsibility for the contact with customers and suppliers, recruited engineers, increased employee retention and was responsible for revenue and sales growth.
Shuli holds a BA degree, specializing in Human Resources, from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and an MBA, specializing in Organizational Behavior, from Bar Ilan University.
Verisense is holding a training for new engineers at least once a year. This has been successfully done for the last 10 years. The training plan is composed of about 3-month plan, which takes place at Verisense premises in Jerusalem.
The junior engineers are given frontal lectures, exercises and self-training programs. The company team leaders are accompanying the engineers through this learning process as well as being there for any technical and engineering questions which may arise. They are also helping the junior engineers with solving the exercises.
In addition, the team leaders are providing the engineers lectures on some real use cases which they encounter and other technical data such as introduction to AMBA bus and system design, verification flow and ASIC/FPGA design flow.
Special attention is given also to Linux familiarity and Perl scripting to make the transition to the real world of engineering easier and faster.
Detailed plan of the training is below:
Introduction to chip design
Verilog- practice & project
Perl + project
Introduction to FPGAs
Self-learning and exercises
Specman / System Verilog
After that training, the junior engineers are grouped with an experienced engineer (~4-6 years of experience) and that engineer becomes their team leader for several projects thereafter.
Graduate of Electrical Engineering / Computer Science / Physics / Economics or Practical Engineer for a unique training course in the field of hardware development
Inomize-Verisense a chip development company will provide a unique 3-month training course in the field of Design and Verification. Graduates who complete the course successfully and subject to the company's needs at the time will be able to become employees and integrate into a variety of leading and advanced hardware development positions in the high-tech market.
The course will take place at the company's offices in Netanya and will demand availability of 9 hours per day during 5 days per week. The work is suitable for residents of the central and northern regions.
A graduate who successfully completes the course and will work in our company will receive the full amount back after three months of work.
Education: B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering / Computers / Physics / Economics or Practical Engineering. (minimum score 85)
Also suitable for a discharged soldier who is a graduate of a technological unit within the framework of his military service.
Technology-oriented persons that are attracted to hardware development.
With a high level of learning ability and a desire to integrate into one of the hottest fields in the semiconductor industry.
Ability to work in a dynamic work environment.