Liam Galin joins BriefCam as CEO to take charge of the company’s growth strategy and maintain its position as a video analytics market leader and innovator. Bringing over 20 years of leadership experience at international technology companies in various market segments, Liam is passionate about building connections between the Market, Technology, and People, in constant pursuit of innovation and new ways of approaching everyday challenges. From privately held to NASDAQ and LSE-traded companies and small startup teams as well as global companies of over 300 employees, Galin has over twenty years of experience leading and scaling international tech companies in various market segments. His leadership portfolio ranges from early-stage, product-market fit exploration to mature companies with international sales of over $300 million in the aggregate.
Before joining BriefCam, Galin served as founder and CEO of Whatify and Chairman and CEO of Flash Networks, which was acquired by Volaris Group. He holds M.Sc. and B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University.
Professor Shmuel Peleg holds more than 20 US patents which have formed the basis for the establishment of numerous, successful high-tech companies. He was twice awarded the Hebrew University Kaye Innovation Award for his work. Professor Peleg has been a faculty member at the Hebrew University since 1980, serving as the chairman of the School of Computer Science from 1989 to 1991, and has held visiting positions at the University of Maryland, New York University, and the Sarnoff Corporation. He has published over 150 technical papers in computer vision, has served as chairman of multiple prestigious computer vision conferences, and co-founded the Computer Vision Foundation. Prof. Peleg received his BSc degree in mathematics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his MSc and PhD degrees in computer science from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Michal joined BriefCam in 2011 after serving as Vice President of Finance at ImageID and, following its acquisition by Zetes industries, as Vice President of Finance of the Zetes ImageID Innovation Center. Previously, she held a management position at Rozenblum-Holtzman accounting practice. Ms. Hillel holds a BA in Economics and Accounting and an MA in Law from Bar Ilan University, and is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel.
Hagy brings more than 24 years of experience in software development and a proven track record of engineering leadership, delivering enterprise-grade platforms and solutions. Hagy provides both technical and management expertise in Cloud/SaaS, imaging, billing and customer care products. Previously the CTO for BackPack.io and Tradesmarter Holdings, he led worldwide development teams from successful product design through deployment. Prior to that, Hagy served as Head of Software Applications and Development for Zetes, ImageID Innovation Center, where he had full responsibility for designing, developing and testing its entire line of software solutions. Hagy holds a degree in ADP and Computer Engineering from Tel-Aviv University.
Igal brings 25 years’ experience in Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Video Technologies, and System Architecture to further drive innovation, product vision, strategy, and roadmap execution at BriefCam.
In addition to his successes as CTO and VP R&D at NICE Systems, VP Products at DVTel and HTS, Director of Innovation Garage at Tyco/JCI, and most recently, head of Computer Vision for Autonomous Systems with Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. Igal is the holder of over a dozen patents in video surveillance, analytics, and related fields.
Igal holds an M.Sc. Electrical Engineering as well as a B.Sc. with honors Electrical Engineering, Tel-Aviv University.
Michal Ramot joins BriefCam with 20 years of Human Resource management experience, leading HR organizations globally, defining and implementing strategic organization processes, overseeing change management, and partnering in integration processes following M&A activities. Michal holds a BA in Social Work from Tel Aviv University, an HR Management diploma from the Technion, and has completed a post-graduate Tel Aviv University program for group guidance. Michal also holds a mediator diploma from the Gume institute.