mPrest Systems

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mPrest Systems
Industry Software, Aerospace, Defence, IT
Founded 2000
Headquarters Petah Tikva, Israel
Key people
Natan Barak (CEO)
Products C4I, mCore, mClient
Number of employees
51 - 200

mPrest Systems is a private Israeli company, producing C4I applications. It serves commercial companies as well as military and law enforcement agencies.[1]

It is the developer of the Battle Management Control (BMC) system in Israel’s Iron Dome system, a mobile air defense system designed to intercept all kinds of short-range rockets,[1] and of its weapons control system[2] The BMC is informally known as "Iron Glow"[3] mPrest is 50% owned by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, the prime contractor of Iron Dome.[1] Its Chief Executive Officer is Natan Barak, a former director of C4I for the Israel Navy.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Opall-Rome, Barbara (October 1, 2009). "Training under fire". Training & Simulation Journal. Retrieved April 8, 2011. 
  2. ^ Eshel, David (Aug 27, 2009). "Counter-RAM Systems Target Rockets". Aviation Week. McGraw-Hill. Retrieved April 8, 2011. 
  3. ^ "ИЗРАИЛЬ. Начало производства системы ПРО "Айрон Дом"" (PDF). ГосНИИАС. 42: 5. 2009. Retrieved April 8, 2011.