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greenrock.fi

Founded Year

1990

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Green Rock

Provider of environmentally-friendly water filters. The company provides waste water treatment equipment which filters all outgoing water, specializing in small-sized treatment plants. The company's treatment systems can be used, for example, at resorts in areas where clean water is scarce to convert waste water into water that can be used for irrigation or toilet water. [Keywords: cleantech, water, treatment processes]

Green Rock Headquarter Location

Automaatiotie 1

Oulunsalo, 90460,

Finland

358 8 8192 200

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Green Rock Patents

Green Rock has filed 4 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Air pollution control systems
  • Chemical processes
  • Polymers
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

5/31/2018

9/8/2020

Polyolefins, Polymers, Thermoplastics, Chemical processes, Air pollution control systems

Grant

Application Date

5/31/2018

Grant Date

9/8/2020

Title

Related Topics

Polyolefins, Polymers, Thermoplastics, Chemical processes, Air pollution control systems

Status

Grant

Latest Green Rock News

Eurosatory 2022: IAI launches new tactical sensor system

Jun 14, 2022

14 June 2022 IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said. IAI launched Green Lotus, a new multisensor situational awareness system, at Eurosatory 2022. (Janes/Olivia Savage) Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has launched ‘Green Lotus' – a multisensor system for tactical air and ground situational awareness – at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris. According to the company, Green Lotus is a multimission multisensor system designed for tactical low-tier air and ground surveillance, force protection, ground-based air defence (GBAD), counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM). Asher Abish, regional director for marketing and sales for Elta Systems, told Janes that the system is developed for mobile and stationary forces, and has an array of IAI-ELTA active and passive sensors capable of automatically detecting, tracking, classifying, and identifying aerial targets, UASs, and very low radar cross-section targets. A modular ‘plug-and-play system', it can be tailored to specific customer requirements, Abish said. Some of the core sensors that can be integrated on the platform include Othello, a launch-detection system; Storm Guard, an X-band radar; Green Rock, an S-band tactical C-RAM and air-defence radar; and a Multi-mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (MOSP) for long-range reconnaissance and targeting, Abish said.

  • When was Green Rock founded?

    Green Rock was founded in 1990.

  • Where is Green Rock's headquarters?

    Green Rock's headquarters is located at Automaatiotie 1, Oulunsalo.

  • What is Green Rock's latest funding round?

    Green Rock's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Green Rock?

    Investors of Green Rock include Teknoventure Management Oy and Head Invest.

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