TEL AVIV, Israel, March 08, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Arbe Robotics Ltd. (Nasdaq: ARBE) (“Arbe”), the global leader in next-generation 4D Imaging Radar solutions, today announced that Kobi Marenko, Chief Executive Officer, will be participating at the 35th Annual ROTH Conference on Monday, March 13, 2023 in Dana Point, CA.
Kobi Marenko will hold one-on-one investor meetings during the day. Please contact your Roth salesperson to schedule a meeting.
For more information regarding this event, please visit Arbe’s events page here.
About The 35th Annual ROTH Conference
This year’s event will consist of 1-on-1 / small group meetings, analyst-selected fireside chats, thematic industry panels, and company presentations by executive management from approximately 400 private and public companies in a variety of growth sectors, including: Business Services, Consumer / Health & Wellness, Healthcare, Resources: Oil & Gas / Metals & Mining, Technology, Media & AgTech and Sustainability / ESG. To learn more and submit a registration request, visit https://ibn.fm/Roth2023Registration.
Arbe (Nasdaq: ARBE), a global leader in Perception Radar Chipset Solutions, is spearheading a radar revolution, enabling truly safe driver-assist systems today while paving the way to full autonomous-driving. Arbe’s imaging radar is 100 times more detailed than any other radar on the market and is a mandatory sensor for L2+ and higher autonomy. The company is empowering automakers, tier-1 suppliers, delivery robots, commercial and industrial vehicles, and a wide array of safety applications with advanced sensing and paradigm-changing perception. Arbe is a leader in the fast-growing automotive radar market that has a projected total addressable market of $11 billion in 2025. Arbe is based in Tel Aviv, Israel, and has an office in the United States.
Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
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These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: (i) unanticipated delays or difficulties in connection with the evaluation of Arbe's products in evaluation and test programs; (ii) Arbe's ability to have products manufactured for it by its third party supplier that meet Arbe's and its customers quality standards and delivery requirements; (iii) Arbe's ability to leverage its existing relationships and secure orders resulting from the test programs; (iv) Arbe's ability to meet its projected revenue level and its ability to operate profitably; (v) Arbe's ability to meet its timetable both to achieve full production and to meet the delivery requirements of its customers; (vi) the development of safe autonomous vehicles that include Arbe's radar systems; (vii) Arbe's expectation that it will obtain orders from Tier 1 suppliers and automakers that would build the radars based on its Chipset solution; (viii) the effect of inflation and supply chain issues on Arbe's cost and its development schedule, including Arbe's ability to obtain semiconductor products when needed and at a reasonable price; (ix) Arbe's ability to price its products in a manner to enable it to operate profitably; (x) Arbe's expectation that radars are crucial to the automotive industry and in the not to distant future will be deployed in nearly all new vehicles as a long range, cost-effective sensor with the fewest environmental limitations; (xi) Arbe's belief that the Arbe Radar Chipset and Lynx Surround Imaging Radar herald a breakthrough in radar technology that provide Tier 1 suppliers and automakers with the ability to replace the current radars with an advanced solution that meets the safety requirements of Euro-NCAP and NHTSA for autonomous vehicles at all levels of autonomous driving; (xii) Arbe's ability to develop or have access to the latest developments relating to radar and autonomous driving vehicles; (xiii) the ability of its Tier 1 customers to successfully market radar systems using Arbe's radar to automobile manufacturers; (xiv) Arbe's ability to attract and retain highly skilled personnel and senior management, including research and development, sales and marketing personnel; (xv) Arbe's ability to develop and market products based on its radar technology for uses outside of the automotive industry; (xvi) accidents or bad press resulting from accidents involving autonomous driving vehicles, even those using radar products from other companies or based on other technology and the effect of any accidents with vehicles using Arbe's radar system; (xvii) the failure of the markets for Arbe's current or new technologies and products to materialize to the extent or at the rate that Arbe expects; (xviii) unexpected delays or difficulties related to the development of Arbe's technologies and products; (xix) the effect of laws and changes in laws that have an effect on the market for or the requirement for autonomous vehicles; (xx) Arbe’s belief that an increased demand for autonomous vehicles and the transition to mass production of Level 2 and higher autonomous vehicles, requiring advanced systems for automatically integrating vehicles in traffic and preventing traffic accidents, are expected to increase the demand for products in our field of activity; (xxi) Arbe’s belief that any requirement on the part of insurance companies that radar systems be installed as a condition for issuing insurance policies is expected to increase the demand for Arbe’s products; (xxii) the effect of COVID-19 and any new variants or any pandemics or multinational epidemics and actions taken by governments, and industry to address the effects of the pandemic and the corresponding macroeconomic uncertainty including the effects of the decision of the government of the People’s Republic of China to change from the zero-COVID policy; (xxiii) changes or inaccuracies in market projections; (xxiv) changes in Arbe's business strategy; and (xxv) the risk and uncertainties described in "Risk Factors," "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations," "Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements" and the additional risk described in Arbe's Annual Report on Form 20-F, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, on March 31, 2022 and in Arbe's prospectus dated June 22, 2022, which was filed by Arbe with the SEC on June 23, 2022, and its prospectus dated July 11, 2022, which was field by Arbe with the SEC on July 19, 2022, as well as other documents filed by Arbe with the SEC. 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