Dan Sugar, Co-founder & CEO of NEXTracker, the biggest solar tracker systems manufacturer for power plants, met this week in the HILTON hotel Tel Aviv with the leading Solar developers and EPC companies of the Israeli market during a conference that was organized by Orad. During the lecture Dan Sugar reviewed the technological and organizational advantages and strength of NEXTracker. He also spoke passionately about the willing to become more involved in the Israeli solar PV market. From left to right: Dan Sugar Co-founder & CEO NEXTracker, Nava Akkineni Vice President Emerging Markets, Nir Peleg Solar Power Manager, Marco Garcia co-founder & chief commercial officer and Yossi Gofer-VP sales marketing &BD Orad.Read More >
ORAD, through its subsidiary, Solarpower, has started building hybrid microgrid systems for the African and Israeli markets. The systems are based on a combination of solar systems, batteries and generators which together can provide an optimal electricity supply to places not connected to the national electricity infrastructure.
This system, designed to manage the manpower system in routine and emergency situations, has been installed in a Jerusalem hotel. One of the prestigious Jerusalem hotels has recently installed a new system for management and routine and emergency decision-making, the ORAD's OSM system. This new system is installed in all the cell phones of the employees, the managers and the guards in place, and provides control of the human element routinely and in emergency events.
A new development for the ORAD DROM system - The system, which can locate miniature multirotor drones and UAVs from a distance of kilometers, take control of them, land them or shoot them down if necessary, has been redeveloped and will be unveiled at the ISDEF Exhibition under the name of DROM.2.