A private Israel-based global provider of monitoring and control solutions for the defense, security, utility and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) sectors.
The company developed the C4I system for Iron Dome, the Israeli air defense system developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The C4I system is responsible for the air awareness picture building, target classification, calculating interception programs and controlling launch and interception processes. The system was declared operational in 2011, and has been deployed both within the Green Line and in the occupied Syrian Golan.
The company markets its command and control applications as “battle-proven technology” based on its role in the development of Iron Dome. Through collaborations with companies such as Netafim, an Israel-based global provider of irrigation technology, and Foresight Autonomous Holdings (NASDAQ and TASE: FRSX), a publicly traded Israeli technology company, the company adapts its military technology for commercial use.
The company developed an Information Grid project for the Israel Electric Company (IEC) known as the Sarig HaMeyda (Hebrew: Information Tendril) system.
The system controls IEC operational and strategic sites and enables central and dispersed command over various security systems, including CCTV cameras and electronic fences. The mPrest platform connects tens of thousands of sensors across 600 IEC sites and mobile assets and aggregates and analyzes data in real-time.
The project, intended to control all IEC sites, was completed in January 2017. In 2019, the IEC declined a Freedom of Information request submitted by Who Profits regarding the specific locations in which the system is installed.
In July 2018, the IEC announced that it contracted the company without tender for a period of two years for the maintenance of the system.
The Israeli state-owned military corporation Rafael Advanced Defense Systems holds a 39.63% stake in mPrest.
Preferred stock shareholders include Vector Limited, Angeleno Investors III, GE Ventures, Ourcrowd International Investment II, Ourcrowd (Investment in mPrest), Ourcrowd (Investment in mPrest II), Ourcrowd (Investment in mPrest III), Hermetic Trust (1975).
CEO: Natan Barak
Southern Company (NYSE:SO), New York Power Authority, Mekorot – Israel’s National Water Company, Foresight (NASDAQ and TASE: FRSX), Vector, Netafim, UMS Group, San Diego Gas & Electric, Bezeq, Reliance Industries Limited
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