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  • Oct-29-2020

      DeTect’s radar-activated obstruction lighting system is the most widely used ADLS in the world with over 40 systems in the US, Canada and Germany

  • Jul-08-2020

     COVID-19 UPDATE (as of July 7, 2020): All DeTect locations in the US, Canada and the UK remain open under expanded internal safety controls and procedures.

  • Mar-23-2019

      COVID-19 NOTICE: DeTect is following all WHO and CDC Guidelines and has implemented internal controls that include staff working virtually from home where possible; deferral of non-essential travel (project work is considered essential); limitation of visitors to our facilities; and, expanded office and personnel hygiene policies and procedures.

  • Sep-24-2019

      The P.E.I. Energy Corporation says it has invested about $500,000 in new radar equipment to track migratory birds around wind turbines.

  • May-06-2019

      DeTect announced today a partnership with Los Angeles based Drone Defend who will supply and support DroneWatcher for the greater Los Angeles and Las Vegas  With Dangerous Misuse of Drones on the Rise, Drone Defend Quickly Becoming Counter-Drone Security Leader

  • Apr-06-2019

      DeTect’s DroneWatcher wins prestigious Counter Terror Award for the most innovative use of technology designed and developed for the purpose of protection against UAVs / hostile drones at this year’s SCTX show!  Article – Dronewatcher – Counter Terror Business Awards 2019

  • Feb-05-2019

      Avitas Systems, a GE venture, has announced that it was awarded a significant and precedent-setting permission from the US Federal Aviation Administration to operate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS, or drones) over 55 pounds at low altitudes beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) in Loving County, Texas for industrial inspection using a DeTect HARRIER Ground-based Sense-and-Avoid radar system. Avitas Systems used AiRXOS’ waiver and exemption service for system design, safety mitigation, testing, analysis, and validation support in obtaining the BVLOS permission.  Avitas Systems was also supported by Shell Air Transport – Americas and DeTect. (link to full story)/https://www.aviationtoday.com/2018/10/19/ge-owned-avitas-granted-first-large-commercial-bvlos-waiver/

  • Dec-13-2018

      DeTect’s Panama City Florida Headquarters operations offices and manufacturing facility have relocated to its new, expanded facility located at 2817 Highway 77 (Panama City, Florida 32405) and will resume full operations after Hurricane Michael as of January 1.  We thank all of our customers for their patience during our recovery period over the past months. Please contact us through the main phone line at 850-763-7200 or at contact@detect-inc.com with any questions or for more information.

  • Nov-28-2018

      DeTect’s Panama City Florida Headquarters operations offices and manufacturing facility will resume full operations after Hurricane Michael as of December 3 in our new, expanded facility. We thank all of our customers for their patience during our recovery period over the past month. Please contact us through the main phone line at 850-763-7200 or at contact@detect-inc.com with any questions or for information.

  • Nov-01-2018

      DeTect’s Panama City Florida Headquarters operations offices and manufacturing facility have now resumed partial operations after Hurricane Michael and we expect to return to full operations within the next 10-14 days. Please contact us through the main phone line at 850-763-7200 or at contact@detect-inc.com  The US DoD AHAS system has resumed full system operation.  Please contact the AHAS Team with any questions or requests at ahas@detect-inc.com

  • Sep-23-2018

      For US DoD AHAS users, the full system is being brought back on line and should be operational in the next 48 hours.  The back-up cloud site has limited capabilities and can be accessed through www.usahas.com or http://usahas.com – the site may load slowly; we are working to improve the load rate.  Contact us for interim support at contact@detect-inc.com or 210-529-2440

  • Oct-19-2018

      DeTect expects to resume limited office and manufacturing operations in its Panama City Headquarters locations around Monday. October 22. Our branch locations in London and California and remote and evacuated staff are also continuing to support operations.  The DeTect main phone line is still down due to internet outages. Please call us on this temporary number 850-890-8847 or email us at contact@detect-inc.com, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  Thank you for your understanding and patience.

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