A private Israeli company specializing in the development, installation and maintenance of command and control systems.
The company developed a sensor-based intrusion detection system for the Israeli military that is installed in the Jerusalem ‘Seam Zone’ area, the area annexed by the Separation Wall. According to the company’s website, the system underwent two years of extensive testing by the Israeli military. The system is marketed to clients by ELSEC, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems.
Additionally, the company developed and provided a wireless-based control systems for Israeli military storage facilities for tanks, armored vehicles, jeeps and launchers.
The company also develops and installs computerized systems that detect malfunctions in electric systems, air conditioning systems, refrigerators and incubators. According to a map on the company’s website, such systems are installed in Maale Adumim and Ariel settlements in the occupied West Bank.
In September 2015, E.D.I.G Industries & Installations, an affiliated company, signed an agreement with Treatec 21 Industries to establish a purification plant to serve the settlements of Nokdim and Kfar Eldad in the occupied West Bank and to provide maintenance services for a period of five years. The project was commissioned by the settlement regional council of Gush Ezion for the amount of 5.9 million NIS.