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A Public Israeli company, Provider of integration services for security, safety & Homeland Security such as Intruder Movement Detection, Radar/Sonar, Security Fence, Biometrics and Smart Cards, Video Surveillance, Video Analysis, Situation Management Solutions, Fire Detection, Surveillance Drones, Drone Detection and Obstruction, Security Planning a Consulting, System Integrators and Training. In addition, the company offers safety & fire detection, electromechanical systems, automation, control & solar energy (PV).

The majority of the group clients are government bodies and state-owned defense companies such as Raphael and Israel Aerospace Industries. Additionally, the company is an authorized exporter of military equipment and defense knowledge, and provides to militaries around the world.

Services to the Israeli military

The company regularly provides services for the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) such as works at Israeli military bases and IMOD facilities.

Orad provided the entire fire detection and automatic extinguishing, designated network, and a command & Control center for the Israeli military “City of Training Bases”, an Israeli military training campus in the Naqab.

For more on development and military projects in the Naqab see Who Profits Dynamic Report Tools of Dispossession in the Naqab


ORAD provides photovoltaic solar energy solutions through its fully-owned subsidiary, SolarPower.

In 2018, SolarPower, along with several other companies, won a tender for the IMOD for the construction of photovoltaic (PV) installations on roofs in Israeli military bases and defense facilities. The tender includes the installation of approximately 30 megawatts of solar systems for 5 years. In addition, SolarPower provided 600 solar light poles for the IMOD.

Services to Settlements

SolarPower provides and carries out installations of solar systems in settlements in the occupied West Bank.

In 2018, SolarPower installed solar systems at the Mateh Binyamin settlement council in the occupied West Bank. The systems were installed on the roofs of schools and educational institutions throughout the council in the amount of about 900 kilowatts.

The company installed solar systems for Compost Or which operates a recycling facility near the settlement of Masua in the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.

The company also installed its solar systems in the settlements of Ariel, Elkana, Neria (Talmon) in the occupied West Bank.

The company also supplied Siemens traffic control systems for the Israeli Apartheid roads 5 and 443 in the occupied West Bank, where only Israelis are allowed to travel.  

The Wall

Company’s technological systems were installed in fences as part of the construction of the Apartheid Wall.

Surveillance in East Jerusalem

The company's CCTV cameras were deployed in the Old City in occupied East Jerusalem, as part of the Jerusalem Municipality's Safe City project, in which dozens of Orad cameras were deployed throughout the city for 24/7 surveillance.

Services to the Israel Police

The company provides Biometric systems of various types to the Israel Police and Israeli border crossings using fingerprint, iris, palm and veins and facial recognition in combination with video management and analysis systems.

In 2018, the company was contracted, with an exemption from tender, to be the sole supplier of maintenance of fire detection systems for the Israeli Police for NIS 150,000 for six months.

Services to the Israeli Prison Service (IPS)

In December 2022, the company won a tender for the provision of maintenance and installation services of fire and smoke detection systems, and automatic gas fire extinguishing systems in the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) units.

In 2020, the company was contracted by the IPS to be the sole supplier of maintenance service, repairs and changes to Siemens’ fire alarm system from January 2021 until the end of 2023.

In 2018, the company was contracted by the IPS to provide annual maintenance service, repairs and changes to Siemens’ fire detection and extinguishing systems in the IPS until the end of 2020.

The company provided the IPS with a range radar, control system and a night vision system for Ktzi'ot Prison, where Palestinian prisoners are incarcerated and held under administrative detention.