An Israeli company specializing in control and automation technologies for electromechanical systems and infrascuctures. Supplied metal detectors to military checkpoints in the West Bank and Involved in the Jerusalem light rail project, which connects Jerusalem with the illegal settlements around it.
The group engages in the design, manufacture, integration, and marketing of electro-mechanical and control systems.
A subsidiary of the group--Afcon Control and Automation--has supplied CEIA metal detectors to Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied Palestinian territories, such as the Hebron Machpela Cave Checkpoint, the Beit Iba checkpoint, and the Erez Terminal in Gaza, as well to checkpoints in the occupied Jordan Valley.
In 2009, Afcon supplied services to the Jerusalem light train project, which connects the settlement neighborhoods in occupied East Jerusalem with the city center.
The company also supplies services to the Israeli Army, Israeli prison service, and the Israeli police.