Exhibit 99.1






Powering The Industrial Internet ONDAS HOLDINGS INC. COMPANY PRESENTATION January 2019







Disclaimer This presentation includes forward-looking statements regarding Ondas Holdings Inc. (together with its consolidated subsidiaries, including Ondas Networks Inc., the “Company”), its business and prospects. This forward-looking information is based on assumptions and expectations which, while considered reasonable by the Company and its management as of the date of this presentation, are subject to risks, uncertainties, and other factors that may cause actual results and performance to materially differ from results or performance expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements, including those risks set forth under the heading “Risk Factors” and elsewhere in our Current Report on Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) on October 4, 2018, as amended on October 22, 2018, and in our other filings with the SEC. The Company assumes no obligation to update the information in this presentation, except as otherwise required by law. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. The statements, information and estimates contained herein are based on information that the Company believes to be reliable as of today’s date, but the Company cannot assure you that such statements, information or estimates are complete or accurate. 2







Management Team & Board of Directors Management Team Entrepreneur with over 20 years of global banking and investing experience Eric Brock Previously Portfolio Manager at Clough Capital Partners and Chairman and CEO investment banker at Bear, Stearns & Co. MBA from University of Chicago and BS from Boston College Co-Founder, over 25 years of experience in wireless communications Stewart Kantor Business development, marketing and finance at AT&T Wireless, BellSouth International, and Nokia Networks President and CFO MBA from Wharton and BA from Columbia University 20 years of international experience building ecosystems for startups and high growth companies Suresh Palliparambil Held senior leadership positions in sales, development, and operations Chief Revenue Officer at NXP Semiconductors, DHL, and Datalogic MBA from MIT Sloan, MS from University of Central Missouri and BE from Osmania University Over 30 years of experience in Communications sector Past experience includes engineering and product development Guy Simpson management roles at Catapult Chief Operating Officer Honors in Computer Science from University of Hertfordshire Co-Founder, over 30 years of experience in Communications sector focusing on systems design and development Menashe Shahar Multiple patents at top-tier system integrators and service providers Chief Technology Officer including WorldCom, Nortel and ADC Telecom BSC & MSC in electrical engineering from Tel Aviv University Board of Directors Eric Brock Chairman and CEO Stewart Kantor President and CFO Richard Cohen Richard M Cohen Consultants Derek Reisfield Independent Consultant Richard Silverman Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC 3







Investment Highlights 1 Disruptive Software Defined Radio Platform Enabling connectivity for mission critical industrial applications (“MC-IoT”) and wireless services 2 IP Forms Core of IEEE 802.16s Wireless Broadband Standard Key enabling solution for massive industrial IoT investment cycle 3 Industrial IoT End Markets are the Foothills of an Investment Boom Huge market for private networks; spending shift towards next-generation solutions 4 Seasoned Team with Experience Developing Innovative Technologies and Creating New Markets Over 130 years of combined finance, management, and technology experience 4







Ondas Networks Ecosystem Next-Generation Critical Infrastructure Mission Critical Secure, Private Providers Industrial Applications Broadband Network Smart Grids Oil & Gas Smart Pipes FullMAX MC-IoT Transportation Platform Smart Fields Smart Machinery Utilities IEEE 802.16s Standard Customers benefit from standard-based network solutions which ensure interoperability and allow for price and secure competition in a multi-vendor ecosystem 5







Company Overview Ondas enables connectivity for mission-critical industrial applications (the MC-IoT) In September 2018, the Company was acquired by Zev Ventures Incorporated (“Zev”) whereby Zev changed its name Overview to Ondas Holdings Inc. and its trading symbol to “ONDS” Founded in 2006, the Company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA with 38 full-time employees and has a long-term relationship with Lekha Wireless. Ondas is Lekha’s largest customer with 30+ Lekha employees dedicated to Ondas Design, develop, manufacture, sell and support FullMAX, a multi-patented, state-of-the-art, point-to-multipoint, Software Defined Radio (SDR) system for secure, licensed, private, wide-area broadband networks Customers purchase FullMAX system solutions to deploy wide-area intelligent networks (WANs) for smart grids, smart pipes, smart fields and any other mission critical network that needs internet protocol connectivity Ondas FullMAX A FullMAX wireless network is less expensive to build compared to traditional LTE networks given its ability to use Platform lower cost radio spectrum (non-traditional LTE bands) with much greater coverage Adoption of low-cost edge computing and increased penetration of “smart machinery” and sensors is driving demand for next-generation networks for IoT applications such as those powered by FullMAX Ondas IP forms core of IEEE 802.16s wireless standard; standardized solutions preferred by customers Cisco and Gartner forecast that there will be billions of connected IoT devices installed by 2020, many of them deployed for industrial applications Wide Area IoT spending, including low power WAN deployments will reach $33.0 billion for carriers and infrastructure vendors by 2022, growing 2.5x from 2017(1) Massive Market Global spending communications by the electric utility on sector is projected to grow over 15% annually and reach Opportunity $15.4 billion by 2021(2) Spending on oilfield communications is expected to reach $4.5 billion by 2022, representing annual growth of 7.9%(2) US railroad sector is expected to spend $10.6 billion in aggregate by 2020 to implement Positive Train Control (PTC) functions as required by federal regulations(3) (1) Dell’Oro Group estimates. 6 (2) MarketsandMarkets. (3) The Statistics Portal.







FullMAX Unrivaled Wireless Networks for the Industrial Internet System of wireless base stations, fixed and mobile remote radios and Base Station supporting technology designed to enable highly secure and reliable industrial-grade connectivity for truly mission-critical applications Software-defined architecture provides unmatched radio spectrum agility Low cost solution for both fixed and mobile wireless broadband applications Low tower intensity lowers capital and operating expenses Remote Radio Highest value use of underutilized, inexpensive low frequency radio spectrum FullMAX forms the core of the new IEEE 802.16s wireless standard Ondas’ IEEE 802.16s compliant equipment is designed to optimize performance of unused or underutilized low frequency licensed radio spectrum and narrower channels Disruptive Technology MC-IoT requirements and network architecture differ dramatically from consumer-oriented public networks AVAILABLE Wide Field Area coverage RELIABLE Company-controlled WAN SECURE Air-gap to Public Cloud Low latency, high upstream capacity Control high value assets remotely Licensed spectrum, limits interference Monitor remote assets / environment Enable M2M automation Company-defined encryption protocols 7







FullMAX 1000x Greater Coverage 5G Coverage = 2.8 square miles 1,000 5G Cells = $50 Million 4G LTE Coverage = 28 square miles 100 4G LTE Cells = $10 Million Single FullMAX = 2,800 square miles 1 FullMAX Super Cell = $100K 8







FullMAX Core, Tier 1 Wireless Solution 9







FullMAX Software Defined Radio (SDR) Hardware Platforms Venus Jupiter Mars General Availability Now Expected Availability Q1 2019 Expected Availability Q1 2019 Compact Indoor Enclosure Primarily Base Primarily Base Station Application Station Application Operates as a Base Station or Remote (X12 ARM) Increased Processing Power (X12 ARM) Increased Processing Power for Radio remotes to 100 Watts) 1000s of Very High TX Power (up Narrowband or Broadband Operation MIMO (enhanced coverage, up 1x2 2x2 to 2x MIMO (enhanced coverage) Mobile and Fixed throughput) List Price: ~$18,000 / unit Channel Sizes 12.5 kHz up to 10 MHz List Price: ~ $15,000 / unit List Price: $2,000 / unit Neptune Tungsten General Availability Now Expected Availability Q2 2019 Primarily Remote Radio Application Mobile Low Cost / Compact Remote Radio & Fixed Single Board Design Dust, Water, Shock, and Vibration Resistant High Volume IIoT Radio Drones and Mobile Installation List Price: To Be Announced List Price: $5,500 (remote) List Price: $17,000 (base station) Note: List prices include hardware and software configuration; base station pricing scales relative to number of remote radios supported. 10







Competitive Landscape FullMAX radios are IEEE 802.16s compliant and offer significantly more functionality if required by customer applications Ondas Private Licensed Industrial Internet Requirements FullMAX 802.16s NB-IoT LP-WAN(1) 4G / 5G Narrowband (2) Mission Critical Yes Yes No No No Yes Private Network Option Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Licensed Spectrum Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Dedicated Channels Yes Yes No (In Band LTE) Yes Yes Yes Base Station Range 30+ Mile Radius 30+ Mile Radius 3 Miles 1/2 mile 3 Miles / 1 Mile 30+ mile radius Dedicated Dedicated Worldwide Not Limited (typical VHF / Frequency Range Support 30 MHz to 6 GHz Not Limited 900 MHz Worldwide Bands Bands UHF) Channel Bandwidth 12.5 kHz to 10 MHz 100 kHz to 1.25 MHz 180 kHz 125 kHz 5 MHz, 10 MHz + 25 kHz / 50 kHz Duplexing TDD / FDD / HD FDD TDD Half Duplex TBD FDD FDD Peak Downlink Data Rate Up to 20 Mbps Up to 4 Mbps Up to 250 Kbps Up to 230 Kbps 10 Mbps / 30 Mbps + 75 Kbps Peak Uplink Data Rate Up to 20 Mbps Up to 4 Mbps Up to 250 Kbps Up to 200 Kbps Up to 3 Mbps + 75 Kbps Base Station Power Up to 200 Watts Not Limited 50 Watts 1 Watt 50 Watts Up to 100 Watts Remote Transmit Power Up to 200 Watts Not Limited Up to 200 mW Up to 200 mW Up to 200 mW Up to 100 Watts 10 ms end to end 10 ms end to end 1.6 seconds to 10 Round Trip Latency 1 to 2 seconds (Varies) 10 ms to 2 seconds 10 ms to 100 ms configurable configurable seconds Quality of Service Highly Flexible Highly Flexible Limited Limited Limited Limited Multiple including Multiple including Security Limited Limited Limited Limited proprietary proprietary Fixed and Mobile Yes / Yes Yes / Yes Yes / No Yes / No Yes / Yes Yes / Yes (1) Service providers include LoRa Alliance, Sigfox, Ingenu, etc. 11 (2) Service providers include GE MDS, 4RF, Freewave, Ruggedcom, etc







Many Industries, All Critical Applications Electric Utilities Transportation (Highway / Rail) Field Area Networks Autonomous Vehicles Grid Automation Train Monitoring & Control Water / Wastewater Utilities Security Pump / Valve monitoring and control Border Security Intelligent Fences / Walls Oil & Gas Fields and Pipelines Commercial / Industrial Drones Intelligent monitoring and control of fields Secure reliable control channel and video and pipes Rig-to-Shore, Rig-to-Rig monitoring and control Defense Markets Mobile Airport Communication Air Drones / Sea Drones Terminal / Field Automation Ship to Shore 12







FullMAX High Value Connectivity Solution 13







IEEE 802.16s Standards-based Solution Technical specifications: Not frequency specific any VHF/UHF Supports narrow channels (100 kHz to 1.25 MHz) Multi-megabit throughput TDD allows flexible Downlink / Uplink ratio (10:1 1:10) Band AMC Reuse Benefits of standards-based solution scalable, future-proof network IP-based network provides interoperability with other critical network elements Encourages development of ecosystem and vendor competition ensuring price integrity and high levels of after-market service and support Interest in IEEE 802.16s is growing across Industry and globally; wide adoption to help foster eco-system of vendors and applications Optimized for ‘upstream’ data requirements, replace legacy proprietary NB solutions Drives the high performing, next-generation Industrial Internet 14